Revitalizing Undergraduate Education in Enterprise Computing
Marist College has been awarded a $400,000 two-year grant from the National Science Foundation to build an academic and industry community to "Revitalize Undergraduate Education in Enterprise Computing." Founding members include 8 additional universities and 9 industry partners.
Pictured above from left to right are the Co-Principal Investigators:
Suk-Chung Yoon, Widener University; Chu Jong, Central New Mexico Community College; Cameron Seay, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; David Douglas, University of Arkansas; Roger Norton, Marist College; Mary Ann Hoffmann, Marist College; Angelo Corridori, Marist College; Eitel Lauria, Marist College
To improve undergraduate education in large systems and graduate a new generation of talent that will provide industries with the ability to secure, sustain, and grow their operations.
Filling the skills shortage will stabilize a vulnerable technology environment before the problem reaches crisis proportions.