IT Professionals News Archive
First Friday Roundtable on Teaching scheduled Sept. 5
The First Friday Roundtable on Teaching, a collaborative University of Delaware program aimed at highlighting varied approaches of teaching, learning and assessment practices, will hold its first event for this fall on Friday, Sept. 5.
This semester's series will focus on teaching increasingly larger classes. However, topics will still be useful and interesting to all UD instructors so everyone who teaches UD students -- faculty, staff and graduate students -- is urged to attend.
New CATV channels: UD announces switch to Comcast cable television
UD switched CATV providers on Aug. 23. TVs connected to the UD CATV network before Aug. 23 need to re-scan for channels.
MS Office free for UD students: UD participating in Microsoft Student Advantage program
UD is participating in Microsoft Student Advantage program that allows UD students to download and use MS Office at no additional charge while they are enrolled in UD classes.
Third VSCSE workshop
From Aug. 25-26, UD will host its third summer workshop organized by the Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering (VSCSE). The two-day workshop will cover all aspects of visualizing data from a broad variety of domains.
Protecting UD's Data: Secure UD training being rolled out to employees this week
Information security is more important than ever. With everyone more reliant on computer accounts and on data stored on computers, hackers are becoming more determined to steal and misuse that data.
To keep up with this developing information technology landscape, this week the University of Delaware is launching its Secure UD training program.
Kroll changing its website for UD subscribers
Kroll Advisory Solutions has made some changes in its services for UD subscribers.
Secure UD training to be rolled out to employees beginning June 16
Beginning on June 16, UD will roll out the training portion of its new Secure UD information security awareness program.
May IT Activity Report Published
IT Activity Report published with news about the second HPC cluster, Secure UD, and other stories of interest to the campus community.
VSCSE workshops to be offered for UD researchers again this summer
This summer, the University of Delaware will again host workshops organized by the Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering (VSCSE). The workshops will be especially beneficial for those who are investing in the new community HPC cluster as well as for those currently involved in high performance computing.
Researchers invited to participate in second high-performance computing cluster
Building on the success of the Mills High-Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, the University of Delaware is deploying a second community cluster to perform complex computational tasks for researchers in engineering; physical, natural, social, policy and decision sciences; and finance.
The new cluster will give more UD researchers access to HPC resources and will provide faculty with faster compute nodes and more storage than is available on Mills.