22 Jun 2007
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WSUV grant brings computer games to classrooms
The National Science Foundation has awarded nearly $150,000 to Scott Wallace, assistant professor of computer science at Washington State University Vancouver, and Andrew Nierman, assistant professor of computer science at the University of Puget Sound, to develop computer game-based curricula for undergraduate computer science courses.
The grant is for two years, and will also involve several undergraduate student assistants.
S1 IT Solutions joins VMware’s VIP Partner Program
S1 IT Solutions has joined VMware’s VIP Partner Program as an Enterprise level partner. Partnering with VMware will highlight S1’s capability to execute complete server virtualization and consolidation implementations. S1 IT Solutions is headquartered in Boise, with a regional office in Vancouver.