The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Wayne State University will celebrate the groundbreaking of its new Advanced Technology Education Center At noon Wednesday, July 24, at 14601 E. 12 Mile Road in Warren.
Wayne State University computer science alumnus Nick DeNardis is quickly becoming a nationally renowned expert on institutional Web presence in higher education. Fortunately for WSU, he opted to stay and lead online communication efforts at his alma mater.
Microsoft Corp. CEO and Michigan native Steven Ballmer received an honorary doctorate degree in computer science from Lawrence Technological University Friday morning in a special university convocation.
Social media like Twitter that offer instant reaction to news events has recreated the Greek ‘agora’ shared meeting space and complemented the traditional news media in unexpected ways, Twitter’s CEO said Friday.
Within the “envelopes” of commercial and residential buildings rests the promise of major, new energy efficiencies in the built-environment, according to University of Michigan researchers.
Associate Professor C.J. Chung of Lawrence Technological University knows from personal experience how dangerous it can be to fall and not be able to get assistance. Last year he suffered a painful fall when he was recovering from a bone infection that had greatly reduced his ability to walk.
Hairong Wei is a molecular biologist who turned to his other passion — computer science — to remove a major research roadblock. The Michigan Technological University professor’s cross-disciplinary efforts have produced a new computer-based tool for rapidly and accurately identifying the regulatory genes that work together to control a biological process or trait.
Google Inc., the world’s biggest Internet-search service, received more than 75,000 job applications worldwide last week, setting a record for the company as it embarks on a hiring spree.
Kettering University will begin to offer a bachelor of science degree in bioinformatics in summer 2011, a hybrid field where biology, computer science and statistics merge to form a single discipline.