A technology company hopes a philanthropic initiative, aimed at getting more undergraduate and graduate students informed and interested in data-based research, will grow following a successful pilot program at UWM’s School of Information Studies. The Data Intelligence Project will nurture the “next generation of data enthusiasts,” Alation Inc., said in announcing its effort in July. […]
The $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will help expand campus research capabilities and research-related educational opportunities.
“Ethical hacking” – breaking into a computer network to find its vulnerabilities – is an in-demand skill in the growing field of cybersecurity. UWM is trying to help fill the demand by offering a new graduate certificate in cybercrime forensics.
The gift from UWM alumnus and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and his wife, Anu Nadella, will support the university’s efforts to prepare students from underserved communities for careers in computer science, data science and information technology.
UWM is addressing the need for “upskilling” by launching TechEd Frontiers, a workforce development learning platform that offers online, on-demand pathways, or courses, that can advance people in high-demand jobs.
Darian Dixon is a camera operator. It just so happens that the cameras he controls are 140 million miles away.
UWM computer science students and Northwestern Mutual are teaming up on a project that benefits both.
Two decades ago, a newborn Breyley Stephenson needed surgery at Children’s Hospital, and his parents stayed at the Ronald McDonald House. Now, Stephenson is giving back to the charity that helped his family.
A UWM lab where students learn cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence, blockchain and cryptocurrency also has the capacity to fill an important need in southeastern Wisconsin.
You wouldn’t leave your front door open all night when you could lock it. But many people do the equivalent with their internet security, says cybersecurity expert Khaled Sabha.