Households receiving food assistance are able to spend a high percentage of their normal weekly food budget on other important items.
Benefits go far beyond the obvious practical advantage of time saved on commuting to and from school.
Community colleges offer many ways that students can use their summer to advance their education and career.
Women now represent 42 percent of Seattle University students pursuing STEM degrees.
Advancements in augmented reality/virtual reality have yet to be fully felt, but business are seeing the early waves of disruption.
Important work is being done at the intersection of law and technology.
To help meet hiring demands, many colleges and universities are doubling down on their computer science offerings.
Evidence shows that the methods we use to multitask are significant drains on productivity, and may be stressing our brains more than we realize.
Understanding where bias exists is critical to creating real solutions.
Information technology professionals become the 'trainers' behind the algorithms.
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