News Update :: Tuesday, September 12, 2006


Most Wired Class Returns to Campus for 'Mob-learning'

A survey of the media habits of college students now returning to campus puts numbers to what’s readily apparent to anyone within a stone’s throw of a college campus...

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Yale Management School Debuts Integrative MBA Curriculum

Yale School of Management opened its academic term by introducing a MBA curriculum that replaces traditional courses in finance and marketing with multidisciplinary courses that provide management education in what school leaders called “a richer, more relevant context.”...

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Carnegie Mellon, Pitt, to Develop Tech for Elderly, Disabled

Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh received $15 million from the National Science Foundation to develop robotics and computer science technologies to help the elderly and disabled live more independently, the Associated Press reported...

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Georgia Tech Device Would Block Unwanted Photography

Georgia Tech researchers have completed a prototype device that can block digital-camera functions in a given area...

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U. Texas at Austin Ranked First in Top U.S. Gaming Colleges

The Global Gaming League, a video game tournament organizer, has named the Top 10 Gaming Colleges...

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Contracts, Deals, Awards

Perot in $200M Deal to Overhaul Fed Student Aid Delivery

The U.S. Department of Education awarded Perot Systems two information technology contracts with a combined value of more than $200 million to outsource data center operations and re-engineer management under the office of Federal Student Aid...

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C.U.N.Y. Making Student Info Available Via Cell Phone

City University of New York’s Baruch College has launched a service that allows students to access...

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