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UNO Designated Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations by NSA

Professor of Computer Science Golden Richard heads up the University's information assurance and cybersecurity.  The first university in Louisiana to achieve the designation.

UNO Designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations by NSA

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UNO Receives $1.5 Million Grant from Howard HughesUNO Receives $1.5 Million Grant from Howard Hughes Medical Institute

The grant is aimed at helping research universities improve persistence of students studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

UNO Professor to Chair Transportation Committee of National BoardAmerican Academy of Forensic Sciences Honors Two UNO Faculty

Professor of Computer Science Golden Richard III, and Assistant Professor of Computer Science Irfhan Ahmed received the Outstanding Research Award

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UNO Professor to Chair Transportation Committee of National Board

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John Renne, director of the Merritt C. Becker Jr. UNO Transportation Institute, has been named committee chair of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, for three years.

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UNO Transportation Institute Partners with Port of New Orleans

UNO Transportation Institute Partners with Port of New Orleans

The Merritt C. Becker Jr. Transportation Institute embarks on a partnership with the Port of New Orleans to perform  freight research, create educational opportunities and advance workforce development.

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GE Capital Partnership to Develop a Stronger Technology Workforce

GE Capital Partnership to Develop a Stronger Technology Workforce

GE Capital, the University of New Orleans and Louisiana Economic Development officials to launch GE Capital's SWEAP, in January 2014, which aims to develop a stronger technology workforce in New Orleans.

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