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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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Industry Body Forming to Address IT Graduate Skills

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is creating the Open Web Education Alliance (OWEA), a new body designed to help ensure that educational institutions around...

American Graduate Programs With Overseas Partners Are on the Rise
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American Graduate Programs With Overseas Partners Are on the Rise

International joint- and dual-degree programs are becoming more numerous in Europe, but interest also is rising in the United States, according to presenters at...

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Government Should Help Widen Cyber Knowledge

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security should be doing more to recruit top cyber security talent and develop a highly skilled workforce of cyber security workers...

Sept. 15, 1947: Association for Computing Machinery Gets Whirring
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Sept. 15, 1947: Association for Computing Machinery Gets Whirring

The Association for Computing Machinery was founded on September 15, 1947. Interest in the infant field of computer science was growing in 1947. Building on advances...

Why High Tech Needs Women Executives
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Why High Tech Needs Women Executives

Joyce Brocaglia, founder of the Executive Women's Forum, takes a closer look at the opportunities available for women in high tech and explains why gender diversity...

HR Execs Predict Best Careers
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HR Execs Predict Best Careers

John Challenger, CEO of global outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas, identifies the emerging career opportunities that have the highest potential...

Moving Toward a New Vision of Education
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Moving Toward a New Vision of Education

Researchers from the University of Basque Country have finished a 10-year study examining the effects of information and communications technologies (ICT) in the...

World's Talent Opts to Leave USA
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World's Talent Opts to Leave USA

The United States will lose many skilled workers over the next five years as 100,000 immigrants from India and 100,000 immigrants from China return home, warns...

Georgia Tech Turns Unemployed Tech Workers into Computing Teachers
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Georgia Tech Turns Unemployed Tech Workers into Computing Teachers

Through a recent $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, the Georgia Tech College of Computing will mitigate the stress of joblessness for unemployed...

Social Networks Provide New Lessons in Learning
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Social Networks Provide New Lessons in Learning

University of the People  is hoping to use the power of social networks to expand education. The non-profit, California-based endeavor comes from Israeli entrepreneur...

IT Hiring Expected to Grow Over Next Three Months
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IT Hiring Expected to Grow Over Next Three Months

There are encouraging signs about job growth emerging from the Canadian technology industry. According to a new survey from Sapphire Technologies Canada and IBM...

Tech Ed: Women in IT
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Tech Ed: Women in IT

Microsoft developer Catherine Eibner recently hosted a Women in IT workshop at the annual Microsoft Tech Ed IT Forum in Queensland, Australia. It was the first...

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Hewlett-Packard Funds Purdue Work to Develop New Teaching Model

Purdue University has received a Hewlett-Packard grant to develop and test a new teaching approach designed to improve the academic success of underrepresented...

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Cyber Security and Laws, a Draw Among Youth in Hyderabad

An increasing number of students in India are drawn to learn cyber security as they foresee a bright future in this upcoming field. With information technology...

Can Video Game Testing Spark Interest in Computing Among Black Youth?
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Can Video Game Testing Spark Interest in Computing Among Black Youth?

Betsy DiSalvo with Georgia Tech's College of Computing is betting that young African American males' interest in video games can be tapped to generate a greater...

Computer Games Make You More Efficient at Work
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Computer Games Make You More Efficient at Work

The Volvo Group has developed a computer game to teach the principles of lean production, a concept designed to increase the efficiency of working processes. In...

Mobile Phones Are Key to Learning of the Future
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Mobile Phones Are Key to Learning of the Future

In a speech entitled "Learning in a Technology Enhanced World," Open University of the Netherlands professor Marcus Specht will argue that mobile phones are one...

Computer Science Lacks Women, Minorities
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Computer Science Lacks Women, Minorities

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that few students are enrolling in computer science courses, particularly women and minorities. The BLS ranks...
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