Upgrades to the electronic data warehouse have created a more unified, robust view of University information.
A solar-powered charging station gives the community a way to use sustainable energy to charge their mobile devices while enjoying the outdoors.
Special Agent Ed Cabrera, who liaises with Congress and federal agencies to safeguard the nation’s cyber-infrastructure, led the seminar.
Two additional resources that support information technology research and analysis are available to the University community through River Campus Libraries.
University IT recently donated twelve desktop computers to the Mt. Hope Family Center, which will ease the Center’s administration and budget constraints.
Technology upgrades, including a touch panel control system and new computer applications, transform Gavett 244.