The Corbin Independent Board of Education recognizes Liam Rose and Tanner Davis for their work and accomplishments through the Dataseam Registered Apprenticeship.
Corbin seniors Liam Rose and Tanner Davis are getting some real life experience in the IT field.
Dataseam announced today grants from both the United States Department of Labor (USDOL) and the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to provide over $2 million in advanced instructional computing to participating eastern Kentucky schools.
A $750,000 grant was awarded to Dataseam to expand an IT apprenticeship program for up to 23 additional Kentucky counties, paving the way for 136 students to earn certifications.
Students from Williamsburg Independent Schools students participating in the Dataseam Apprenticeship attended a tour of the Morehead State University Space Science Center.
A Louisville-based tech company is expanding its efforts to grow and improve IT workforce through newly-awarded funds from the federal Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC).
Dr. John Trent talks to school technicians about results on DataseamGrid. (Louisville, Ky) – Nearly ten years ago John Trent Ph.D. of the Molecular Modeling Facility at UofL used the combined power of thousands of computers in classrooms across the state of Kentucky to discover potential compounds that stop cancer from growing. The University recently announced…
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The novel coronavirus may have K-12 students in Kentucky’s school districts learning at home, but researchers at the University of Louisville are using the computing power of thousands of computers in classrooms across the state to identify drugs to treat COVID-19. The desktop computers are part of the DataseamGrid, a network of…