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Keith Cronk – Harding University

Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, has been in operation since 1924. With remote campus locations in North Little Rock, and Memphis, Harding is a private Christian liberal arts and sciences institution and home to approximately 6,000 students. Harding is a big believer in the importance of global education and is widely recognized for its international […]

Ken Brown – Frontline Education

EBay, Equifax, JPMorgan Chase: all have suffered massive data breaches, resulting in millions of stolen records—and identities. Among such giants, health care and finance companies have become particularly vulnerable, with data and dollars being compromised by evermore sophisticated hackers. For the typical school district technology leaders, such ills might feel a world away. After all, […]

Kenneth J. Thompson — Baltimore City Public Schools

The Baltimore City Public Schools are demonstrating that career readiness begins long before college by giving all students, elementary through and high school, access to the technology tools, courses and certifications that will prepare them for future careers in the digital world, some that don’t even exist yet. With 85,000-plus students enrolled the district is […]

Kevin Miller – Missouri Employers Mutual

If a workers’ compensation insurance company tries to greatly decrease the amount of claims filed by its clients by encouraging them to be safer at work, won’t the agency eventually put itself out of business? “I think [the industry has] a long way to go before that happens,” says Kevin Miller, the CIO of Missouri […]

Kirk Langer – Lincoln Public Schools

For about as long as there have been personal computers, educators have been finding ways to incorporate them in the classroom. In 1975, for instance, Apple began donating its Apple 1 computers to public school systems to get students engaged with technology. As these and other devices became more sophisticated, so did their integration into […]

Kirk Nugent – Oakwood University

Think of that most noble pursuit of missionary work, and what roles come to mind? For sure, those of pastors, doctors, nurses and agriculturists, all willing to immerse themselves at personal sacrifice, in some of the world’s most undeveloped regions. But don’t overlook the contributions that a technology professional can make, reminds Kirk Nugent from […]

Kristin Lowland Lanzi – Achaogen

Plenty of pharmaceuticals are put to market with the promise of improving people’s lives. Rarer still, are the medicines good enough to actually save lives. With plazomicin, the San Francisco-based Achaogen is chasing the latter. A next-generation antibacterial, designed to treat a host of serious drug-resistant infections (a huge issue in hospitals), the drug proved […]

Kristine Bewley – Red Clay Consolidated School District

It’s not a revelation that technology is a powerful tool that engages students, but Kristine Bewley has been awed by just how true it is. Now equipped with Chromebooks, students in grades 3 through 12 at Red Clay Consolidated School District are “super involved” in their curriculum; they take initiative, go out and do their […]

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— Katie Patterson, Director of Marketing, Alliant Technologies

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