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  • Carnegie Mellon Adds Computational Biology Center to Computer Science

    Carnegie Mellon University has become the first institution in the country to add a computational biology department to its School of Computer Science (SCS).More
  • Colorado Launches Collaboration for STEM Career Development

    Seeking to position Colorado as a leader in education to prepare students for careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), three institutions of higher learning and a renowned public school district have collaborated to form the Colorado Academy for the Development of STEM-related Careers (Colorado ADSC).More
  • Purdue Signs Oxygen Education for Online Development Work

    Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN has signed Oxygen Education to help it develop online components for the university's Technical Assistance Program (TAP) Green Enterprise Development Program. Purdue's program provides energy-related classroom-based and online instruction for workforce training.More
  • Utah Valley U Overhauls Digital Signage

    Utah Valley University (UVU) in Orem recently replaced its 15-year-old CRT signage with a new display system consisting of NEC 46-inch LCDs centrally managed with software from Scala.More