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  • Report: Global IT Revival Has Begun

    A comeback has begun for the global IT tech sector, according to a quarterly economic report released Friday by Forrester Research.

  • NSF Grant Connects Grad Students with Middle Schoolers

    In an effort to promote science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education in K-12, the National Science Foundation has awarded Dartmouth College a $2.5 million grant to bring together graduate students with middle school teachers.

  • Teachers Become Researchers in Siemens STEM Program

    The Siemens Foundation has announced the 20 teachers from throughout the United States who it has selected to participate in the Siemens Teachers as Researchers (STARs) program. The two-week professional development course allows participants work in small groups, in collaboration with scientists from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, to conduct practical research related to current scientific issues.

  • Partnership Looks To Simplify Campus Security

    Heartland Campus Solutions, a manufacturer of products and solutions related to campus I.D. cards, and security solutions provider Ingersoll Rand, maker of Schlage brand credentials and card readers, have announced a partnership aimed at consolidating student access security on college campuses.

  • Pano Logic Updates Desktop Virtualization Device

    Pano Logic has updated its desktop virtualization system to provide support for Microsoft Windows 7, tighter integration with VMware View VDI management tools, and additional end user controls.

  • SAS Broadens Free Access to Academic Analytics Tools

    Business software maker SAS, whose initial product was conceived in a university, is seeking to expand its footprint in the education market.