Industry News

Gwynedd Mercy University in Gwynedd, Pa., is expanding its use of Teachscape this fall as it launches the Accelerated Executive Doctorate in Educational Leadership program. Teachscape’s professional learning tools will be used by undergraduate, graduate, master and doctoral faculty and students as an integral part of the university’s clinical teacher preparation program.

5/19/2014

Milton Security Group, Inc., the premier manufacturer of the ICEGuard and Edge 7200 adaptive network security appliances and network management solutions, announced the release of an integration system between their Cloud Authentication & Security and Microsoft Office 365 for Education.

5/16/2014

The Education Division of the Software & Information Industry Association showcased some of the newest and most innovative products in the education tech market, and recognized the best among them as part of the Innovation Incubator program.

5/16/2014

UBM Tech, the global media business that brings together the world's technology communities, announced the donation of 414 Netbooks through the UBM LLC Foundation to Nassau Community College, a unit of the State University of New York, and its Center for Veterans Affairs, in order to assist student veterans in reaching their educational goals.

5/16/2014

The University of Houston has signed a deal with a group of investors to commercialize technologies created by its faculty, boosting the UH Energy Research Park as a focal point for entrepreneurial activity in the Houston region.

5/16/2014

Bellin College, in Green Bay, one of Wisconsin’s leading nursing schools, has selected Three Rivers Systems Inc.’s “disruptive” CAMS Enterprise academic ERP to help ready the institution for anticipated growth.

5/15/2014

Cal State L.A. unveiled the university's first-ever mobile application, pledging to provide students and visitors alike with a better campus commute, a better campus conversation, and a better campus experience.

5/15/2014

The University of Maryland unveils Deepthought2, one of the nation's fastest university-owned supercomputers, to support advanced research activities ranging from studying the formation of the first galaxies to simulating fire and combustion for fire protection advancements.

5/15/2014

Silent Knight by Honeywell released the SK-F485C Wire to Fiber Converter, designed to allow new and existing Silent Knight systems to increase wire runs between fire alarm control panels and power supplies, while providing a major boost in surge protection.

5/15/2014

Regent University Professional and Continuing Education is increasing growth and enhancing offerings by partnering with Destiny Solutions to implement its enterprise software system, Destiny One.

5/14/2014

Ericom Software, a global leader in application access and desktop virtualization solutions, announced that North Greenville University has selected Ericom PowerTerm WebConnect with HTML5 access technology to provide students, faculty and staff with browser-based access to hosted Windows applications.

5/14/2014

Northeastern University in Boston is improving student safety in a big way by rolling out online door access control on 8,000 doors in its 36 residence halls and other facilities. The online security system replaces labor-intensive offline and key-based locks, better protecting students and improving efficiency.

5/14/2014

Cengage Learning, a leading global educational content, technology, research and services company, and Matchpoint Careers announced a partnership to provide higher learning institutions with access to Matchpoint’s Career Positioning System.

5/14/2014

The Bosch Community Fund, Robert Bosch LLC’s U.S.-based foundation, has awarded $75,000 to South Carolina's Coalition for Mathematics and Science as part of a five-year commitment to promote community awareness and engagement in STEM education activities through the Coalition’s Lowcountry and Upstate STEM Collaboratives.

5/13/2014

Common Application has long promoted as its purpose “to serve students by facilitating and simplifying the college application process.” This purpose was directly contradicted, however, by the processing catastrophe of Fall 2013 during which Common Application provided zero live support staff to answer applicants’ questions.

5/13/2014

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