Industry News

Video Mount Products (videomount.com), a leading provider of mounting solutions for the security, commercial, residential, and pro audio/video markets, will showcase the new ERWEN-12E and ERWEN-15E 19-inch wall rack enclosures during 2014 ISC West, held in Las Vegas, Nev. from April 2-4 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, booth 1046.
3/5/2014
This appointment comes on the heels of the College announcing the restructuring of its academic divisions to better align programs with potential career and transfer tracks for students, as well as aid in the retention of students.
3/5/2014
The Approval Board, which will review and approve plans for tax-free areas submitted by private universities and colleges, builds on the progress made in implementing this groundbreaking initiative created by Governor Cuomo to jumpstart the economy by attracting businesses, drawing new private sector investment and generating jobs.
3/4/2014
Kaplan University has launched its Center for Excellence in Financial Services to provide individuals with news, trends and best practices in such high demand disciplines as accounting, investment and wealth management, financial planning, real estate, risk management and insurance.
3/4/2014
Stamats, the nation’s leading higher education research and marketing firm, announced the acquisition of The Thorburn Group, a brand agency serving consumer icons such as Disney, Harley-Davidson, Target and Porsche.
3/4/2014
Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences has received a multimillion dollar IBM (NYSE: IBM) Supercomputer that will place NSU’s research at the forefront of computational biology, data mining, graphic visualization and software engineering.
3/4/2014
Simone Hairston, a senior majoring in dietetics at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, was among 20 juniors and seniors from universities across the country to win the "Agriculture as a Career," USDA Essay Contest.
3/3/2014
Take the Vision K-20 Survey to monitor your school or district’s progress toward digital education goals! All who take this survey are entered to win one of twenty $25 Amazon gift cards. This survey provides all educators (teachers and administrators) with a chance to see how they measure up to national averages and provides SIIA with important data on the state of digital technology in schools.
3/3/2014
Montgomery County Community College was honored for its ongoing commitment to student access and success during the annual Achieving the Dream Strategy Institute in Orlando, Fla. The College was one of two institutions presented with the sixth annual Leah Meyer Austin Award by Achieving the Dream.
3/3/2014
Stanford University has launched a new course on decision-making for professionals, a hybrid experience that combines the technological advantages of online learning with novel experiences and face-to-face conversations with experts on the Stanford campus.
3/3/2014
A faculty team at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology has been awarded $999,998 in funding from the U.S. Department of Defense – Army Research Lab through a subaward from the University of Alabama.
2/28/2014
With the installation of LED fixtures, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville's Thompson-Boling Arena is one of the first in the world to feature lights that are smaller, brighter and up to 85 percent more efficient than conventional arena metal halide lights.
2/28/2014
Historical contributions, local foods, and farming for the millennial generation are the centerpieces of the 2014 celebration of small-scale agriculture in North Carolina, sponsored annually by The Cooperative Extension Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
2/28/2014
Prosthetic human bodies have taken a backseat and actual human cadavers now have competition as medical students at Mesa, Ariz.-based A.T. Still University (ATSU) can now sit in a purpose-designed $500,000 classroom and have practical “virtual” contact with simulated human anatomy.
2/28/2014
Texas A&M University is primed to provide Aggie players and fans with the largest video display in all of college football at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas. Daktronics of Brookings, S.D., will design, manufacture and install the 47-foot high by 163-foot wide LED video display, the first display at the college level to feature 1080 resolution, prior to the start of the 2014 season.
2/27/2014

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