- UA IT Employees Mentor Pima County Middle School Students When middle school students wanted to know about careers in information technology, the University of Arizona’s Office of the Chief Information Officer volunteered to show them. Earlier this semester, the Office of the Pima County School Superintendent asked for employers for their Career Shadow Program. This was an ideal opportunity for the Office of the CIO to participate in building the pipeline for future IT professionals. [Read More]
- New WiFi Network for Campus Visitors Launches Next Week On April 22, University Information Technology Services will introduce UAGuest, a new wireless network that will change the way campus visitors access the Internet by requiring a username and password. [Read More]
- STEAMworks: Students Explore a World of Innovation Testing the efficiency of your baseball swing and exploring the virus-killing X-Terminator Drone were just a few of the more than 50 hands-on exhibits featured at STEAMworks on April 14 in the Student Union’s Grand Ballroom to inspire students to pursue studies and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). [Read More]
- iSpace Fosters Big Ideas From a small room can come very large ideas. Mix in some high-end tech services and a wide variety of geniuses, and the chances for innovation are all the better. This is the notion fueling the iSpace, a newly realized collaborative working environment at the University of Arizona Science and Engineering Library. Designed to provide cross-disciplinary interaction, the iSpace is the result of a collaboration among Innovate UA, the College of Humanities, and the UA Libraries. [Read More]
Digital course materials are a growing trend in higher education. Growing numbers of students and faculty in higher education are taking advantage of digital media’s greater interactivity, customization of educational content, and opportunities for social collaboration.
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As I wrap up my incredible journey here at UA for a new role at Rutgers University, I am reminded of the old adage, 'nothing is constant except change.' During my tenure our IT community has experienced many changes and made tremendous progress, all of which I am proud to have been part of.