Data Science and Engineering

Project>Login Cited in Mainebiz Article

Mainebiz spoke with Tanna Clews, executive director of Educate Maine, about Project>Login, the nonprofit’s collaboration with the University of Maine that aims to attract students to computer technology-related majors and support them throughout their studies. Clews said the initiative to double Maine’s computer science and IT graduates in four years could serve as a model […]

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WLBZ (Channel 2) Interviews Onsrud About Project>Login

WLBZ (Channel 2) spoke with University of Maine Engineering Professor Harlan Onsrud about Project>Login, an initiative that aims to attract students to computer technology-related majors and support them throughout their studies. Onsrud spoke about the importance of working with local businesses, such as Eastern Maine Health Systems and Cianbro, to offer internships and opportunities for […]

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Media Covers Cyber Defense Competition

Channel 5 (WABI), Channel 2 (WLBZ) and the Bangor Daily News reported on the 2013 Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition at UMaine over the weekend where 10 teams competed by defending against computer hacking attempts made by national cybersecurity professionals. The media spoke to event organizer George Markowsky, associate director of the UMaine School of […]

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Press Herald Reports on Project>Login Promotion at Portland Event

The Portland Press Herald reported that Michael Dubyak, chairman, president and CEO of South Portland-based WEX Inc., and chairman of the business-led nonprofit Educate Maine, promoted Project>Login at the Portland Community Chamber’s monthly Eggs & Issues event Wednesday. Project>Login, led by Educate Maine and the University of Maine System, is a new initiative designed to […]

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News Reports on Weekend’s Cyber Defense Competition

The Bangor Daily News spoke with George Markowsky, associate director of the UMaine School of Computing and Information Science, about the three-day 2013 regional Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition that begins Friday, March 8. Ten teams will compete in UMaine’s Neville Hall by defending against computer hacking attempts made by national cybersecurity professionals. Markowsky, who […]

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News Reports on New Maine, IT Initiative

A Bangor Daily News article about a new Project>Login initiative designed to attract more students in Maine to information technology programs at the University of Maine and other colleges and universities in the state included comments from University of Maine President Paul Ferguson, Harlan Onsrud, a UMaine professor of computer science and information technology, and […]

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BDN Quotes Ferguson about Project>Login

In a Bangor Daily News article about a project linking UMaine computer science students to potential employers, President Paul Ferguson was quoted as saying, “Partnering with Project>Login offers even more opportunities for our graduates to help Maine’s economic development.”

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Project>Login Holds Campus Networking Reception for Students, Maine Businesses

UMaine students interested in IT internships and jobs after graduation are invited to a Project>Login networking reception from 5–7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 25, in Room 3, Wells Conference Center. The reception is an opportunity for students majoring in computer science and computer engineering to meet IT professionals and leaders of some of the Maine companies […]

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