As data breaches come fast and furious, so too does the need for special analysts to counter them. And thanks to a new cybersecurity certificate program at College of Marin in the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, everyone—from IT technicians seeking a skills upgrade, to college-bound computer lovers—now has the perfect opportunity to gain a valuable credential.
To get the most out of any dataset, you first must have a clear sense of what you want to accomplish with it. What questions are you trying to answer? What problems are you trying to solve? This was one of the points Todd Oldham of Monroe Community College emphasized in an Emsi webinar this […]
In support of its efforts to help DC prosper, Graduate School USA received two grants with a combined value of over $1.1 million from the Office of the State Superintendent for Education (OSSE), in partnership with the Department of Employment Services (DOES).
The Monroe Community College Foundation received a $320,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase to expand upon the college’s Measuring Middle-Skill Occupational Gaps Within the Finger Lakes Economy report—a cutting-edge, comprehensive, online document that uses labor market data to measure skills gaps in the Rochester, New York, region. The report will be transformed into an online database.
In the final part of our case study on Fayetteville Technical Community College, we see how they’ve brought data to bear on their county’s workforce and economic development efforts, and look at what their plans for the future look like.
Farm to Bistro, a new program at Tompkins Cortland Community College, is designed to help culinary sustainable farming and wine marketing students understand the full breadth of the food system – from seed to plate. The program exists, in part, because TC3 was able to use data gathered from Emsi’s Analyst tool to win over $2 million of grant money from the state of New York.