Why Latinx students may take longer to graduate-
According to the Joint Economic Committee the highest percentage of individuals in the labor force are the Latinx community at 62%. However, just 17-20% of the Latinx community attends college. Latinx in STEM researcher Dr. Noemi Mendoza Diaz hopes to change this.2
Virtual internships keep students on track for graduation-
As COVID-19 spread, businesses moved to remote operations or closed doors completely. Some were forced to revoke internship offers made to college students who were counting on the opportunity to fulfill degree requirements.
Technology Management Welcomes 3 New Faculty-
The College of Education and Human Development would like to welcome three new faculty members in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development. Dr. Bin Mai, Dr. Noemi Mendoza Diaz and Dr. Michael Workman will teach courses in technology management starting fall 2018.
A&M Designated As A National Center Of Academic Excellence For Cyber Defense-
The technology management program received another boost from the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. Texas A&M was recently designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) for Cyber Defense both in education and research.
Technology Management Lab Now Home To Cisco Networking Academy-
The Technology Management Lab in the College of Education and Human Development now houses the only Cisco Networking Academy in the Bryan/College Station area.
New Minor Prepares Students To Defend Against Cybersecurity Threats-
The minor, offered beginning in the 2016-17 academic year, will give students a wide range of class options from programming to forensic investigative sciences.
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