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Prospects Look Good for Graduates in Technical Subjects
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Prospects Look Good for Graduates in Technical Subjects

Despite a rising unemployment rate in the U.K., students with degrees in technical subjects, including computer science and engineering, are finding their job prospects...

Nearly 10% of Lateral Hires Occur Via Social Networking Sites
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Nearly 10% of Lateral Hires Occur Via Social Networking Sites

Social networking sites are emerging as an important source of new hiring talent for technology companies. HR managers are increasingly investigating networking...

Friend This: Scientists Will Find Research Partners on National Network
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Friend This: Scientists Will Find Research Partners on National Network


Solving the It Graduate's Dilemma
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Solving the It Graduate's Dilemma

The World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C's) new global information technology (IT) education-focused body used the WE Rock event at Australian Web Week to learn what...

IT Jobs Will Expand Globally by Nearly 6 Million in 4 Years
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IT Jobs Will Expand Globally by Nearly 6 Million in 4 Years

IDC predicts that by 2013, jobs in information technology (IT) will expand by 5.8 million worldwide, and that 75,000 new businesses will be created during that...

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Northeastern Launches Online Master's Degree Program in Information Security

Northeastern University is launching an online graduate degree program in information assurance (IA). The program, which will train students to tackle identity...

Hacker Dojo Sparks Ideas and Tinkering
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Hacker Dojo Sparks Ideas and Tinkering

A typical evening at the Hacker Dojo in Mountain View, CA, sometimes looks like chaos — two friends cobbling together a robot out of chips, circuit boards and servo...

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$1.25 Million Grant to Develop Teacher Training Institute

The U.S. National Science Foundation has given Arizona State University a five-year, $1.25 million grant to create the Modeling Institute, which will pool university...

Educational Alliance Gets Grant to Help Students With Disabilities Earn STEM Degrees
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Educational Alliance Gets Grant to Help Students With Disabilities Earn STEM Degrees

A $3 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation will help the Alabama Alliance for Students with Disabilities in science, technology, engineering,...

IBM and ACM-Icpc Announce 'battle of the Brains' Software Competition
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IBM and ACM-Icpc Announce 'battle of the Brains' Software Competition

Student computer programmers from universities around the world will battle for a spot to attend the World Finals of the 34th annual ACM-International Collegiate...

It to Create 2.8 Million Jobs in the Asia Pacific By 2013
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It to Create 2.8 Million Jobs in the Asia Pacific By 2013

Nearly three million jobs are expected to be created by the Asia-Pacific region's information technology (IT) industry by 2013, according to a new IDC study, which...

Program Aims to Boost Interest in Technical Careers
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Program Aims to Boost Interest in Technical Careers

Michigan State University (MSU) is creating a program that will better prepare high school students for careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics...

It Sector to Create 5.8 Million New Jobs By 2013
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It Sector to Create 5.8 Million New Jobs By 2013

The global information technology (IT) sector will create 5.8 million new jobs and 75,000 new businesses over the next four years, according to a new Microsoft...

Department of Homeland Security on Lookout For It Security Pros
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Department of Homeland Security on Lookout For It Security Pros

The Obama Administration has granted the Department of Homeland Security approval to hire as many as 1,000 cyber-security experts during the next three years. Officials...

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Computer Science Education in the States

When the Kansas Board of Regents decided to eliminate computer science courses from the core student requirements, ACM and the CSTA intervened, sending the Board...

The Secret to Job Search Success: Planning and a Positive Attitude
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The Secret to Job Search Success: Planning and a Positive Attitude

The most important assets for today's job seeker are a positive attitude and the ability to develop and execute a job search plan. According to a new study from...

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Georgia Tech Broadens, Diversifies Computing Education

Georgia Computes!, a statewide program aimed at expanding the pipeline of computer science students and teachers at all education levels in Georgia, received a...

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Iits Strike Partnerships With Global ­niversities

Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are launching projects along with global universities to offer students and faculty more opportunities for collaborative...

Computer Science Jobs Attract More Students
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Computer Science Jobs Attract More Students

Kent State observed a 35 percent increase in the number of students declaring a computer science major this fall in comparison with the same period last year. The...

Louisiana Tech Receives Grant to Advance Women in Engineering, Science
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Louisiana Tech Receives Grant to Advance Women in Engineering, Science

The U.S. National Science Foundation's ADVANCE program has awarded Louisiana Tech University $736,500 for a four-year initiative called "Creating a Culture of Success...
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