News Update :: Tuesday, July 18, 2006

News

Georgia Tech, Bryn Mawr, Microsoft Form Institute for Personal Robots in Education

An eclectic partnership of Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, Bryn Mawr College, and Microsoft Corp. has been formed to open the Institute for Personal Robots in Education (IPRE)...

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UC Santa Cruz Introduces Major in Computer Game Design

The University of California at Santa Cruz announced last week it will offer a new major in computer game design, which would be the first in the UC system...

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MIT’s Freshman EE-CS Majors Down by Half Over Five Years

The percentage of freshmen declaring a major in electrical engineering and computer science at MIT is now roughly half of what it was five years ago...

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NC State, SAS Launch Graduate Program in Data Analytics

North Carolina State University chancellor James Oblinger and Jim Goodnight, chief executive offer of business intelligence software vendor SAS, last week announced a joint project to develop...

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U Maryland to Run Unified Teaching, Learning System

The University of Maryland said it will launch its first single, campus-wide set of integrated applications for teaching, learning, and knowledge sharing...

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Contracts, Deals, Awards

Michigan State to Manage Non-Credit Programs with CMS

Michigan State University has licensed Jenzabar's Non-Traditional System (NTS) to help manage...

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Tokyo Institute Deal Weds Logical and Physical ID Manager

The Tokyo Institute of Technology acquired a number of security and authentication solutions in order to expand and simplify its Web-based services offerings and authentication systems...

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