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Engineering Dean Gets Creative With His LEGO City
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Engineering Dean Gets Creative With His LEGO City

Dennis Livesay, dean of the College of Engineering at Wichita State University, has constructed a 75-square-foot LEGO city in his basement over the last six years...

'Curiosity' Gets the Best of Computer Science Students
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'Curiosity' Gets the Best of Computer Science Students

Southern State Community College computer science students Mary Mundt and Jake Williams recently built a one-quarter scale replica of NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover...

Virginia Plans to Create 31,000 New Computer Science Graduates
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Virginia Plans to Create 31,000 New Computer Science Graduates

Virginia will produce 31,000 technology graduates in computer science and related fields over the next 20 years by expanding a program that originally sought to...

Math Looks The Same In The Brains Of Boys And Girls, Study Finds
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Math Looks The Same In The Brains Of Boys And Girls, Study Finds

Girls start out with the same math abilities as boys, according to a study of 104 children ages 3 to 10 that found similar patterns of brain activity in boys and...

EduSense: A Feedback Loop for Higher Education Instructors
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EduSense: A Feedback Loop for Higher Education Instructors

EduSense, a real-time sensing system developed by Carnegie Mellon University researchers, creates a feedback loop that provides university instructors with detailed...

College Job Market Will Continue Its Decade-Long Growth
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College Job Market Will Continue Its Decade-Long Growth

The job market is strong for college graduates for the 10th consecutive year, according to Michigan State University's "Recruiting Trends 2019-2020" survey of U...

Why the U.S. Is Still the Leading Destination for CS Graduate Studies
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Why the U.S. Is Still the Leading Destination for CS Graduate Studies

The U.S. has long been home to many top institutions that specialize in computer science, making it an attractive option for international students.

Online Gamers Provide Real-World Lessons in Critical Teamwork
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Online Gamers Provide Real-World Lessons in Critical Teamwork

Vast amounts of gaming data are informing models that provide insight on the composition and performance of teams.

These Researchers Are Trying to Build a Better Blockchain
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These Researchers Are Trying to Build a Better Blockchain

A growing number of academics turned entrepreneurs is trying to build new blockchains from the ground up to address the mismatch between the innovation's excitement...

High School Interns Embark on Scientific Careers
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High School Interns Embark on Scientific Careers

Twelve high school students collaborated with scientific research teams at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as part of an internship program this past summer...

Trump Administration's Denials of H-1B Visas Are Being Overturned at Record Rate
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Trump Administration's Denials of H-1B Visas Are Being Overturned at Record Rate

A record number of the Trump administration's denials of H-1B visa applications have been overturned on appeal, suggesting that the administration has been wrongfully...

Protecting Data, Recruiting Students to Cybersecurity
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Protecting Data, Recruiting Students to Cybersecurity

Cyber Defense Competitions are one of many events Doug Jacobson of Iowa State University uses to attract students to cybersecurity studies and careers.

MIT Announces Framework to Guide Negotiations With Academic Publishers
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MIT Announces Framework to Guide Negotiations With Academic Publishers

MIT  has developed a principle-based framework to guide authors' negotiations with scholarly publishers.

China's Efforts to Lead the Way in AI Start in Its Classrooms
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China's Efforts to Lead the Way in AI Start in Its Classrooms

A growing number of classrooms in China are equipped with artificial-intelligence cameras and brain-wave trackers. Many parents and teachers see them as tools to...

Turing Fellowships Look to Keep U.K. at Forefront of AI
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Turing Fellowships Look to Keep U.K. at Forefront of AI

The first five recipients of Turing AI Fellowships have been announced by The Alan Turing Institute, the U.K.'s national institute for AI and data science

Computer Science Classes Break Down Cultural Barriers, Study Shows
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Computer Science Classes Break Down Cultural Barriers, Study Shows

Computational education can break down cultural barriers by fostering collaboration, dialogue, and understanding, a new study says.

Tufts Wins Grant for K-2 Coding Education
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Tufts Wins Grant for K-2 Coding Education

Tufts University and Norfolk Public Schools will create a computer science curriculum and train teachers for young children under a $4 million U.S. Department of...

Asia-Pacific Universities Make Progress on Computer Science
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Asia-Pacific Universities Make Progress on Computer Science

Universities across the Asia-Pacific region have made great strides in teaching and research on computer science, according to the latest Times Higher Education...

Computer Scientist Will Kick Off Teaching and Learning Week
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Computer Scientist Will Kick Off Teaching and Learning Week

E-learning expert Ricky Kwok, the University of Hong Kong's Associate Vice-President (Teaching & Learning), will deliver the keynote address at The University of...
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