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The Millennium@EDU Initiative is a socially responsible action to improve student access to technology.
A new grant program announced this week will seek to better educate a relatively unpersuaded American populace about the realities of climate change.
HP is the first funder of a scholarship that will help female students around the world get a college degree
"If you want to change the world, invest in an adolescent girl."
Verizon uses its technology to promote sustainability and social responsibility.
Innovation is part of an overall need for more corporate social responsibility in the area of higher education.
The university will be able to use the money saved on utilities cost to repay the 10 year loan.
Current projections show worldwide emissions from data centers will quadruple by 2020.
Americans know surprisingly little about religion. Cultural diversity is still an important component of education.
Although crisis-mapping is often associated, as the name suggests, with the crowdsourcing of data during a time of crisis, there are a multitude of ways in which mobile and social technologies can help gather and crowdsource data.
Students spend more time interacting with media outlets than sleeping, working or studying. Teachers take note!