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28
Sep
2021

Nearly $3 Million NSF Cyberinfrastructure Center of Excellence Pilot Aims to Advance Research Capabilities and Support Systems for HBCUs and TCUs

Professional and career development, access to cyberinfrastructure resources, and building communities of practice are key priorities for this NSF-funded CI CoE pilot WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 28, 2021 – Supported by a nearly $3 million Cyberinfrastructure Center of Excellence (CI CoE) Pilot program grant over two years from the National Science…

27
Sep
2021

In the Media: Q&A with Internet2’s Rob Vietzke Published in Campus Technology

Rob Vietzke, Vice President, Network Services Next month marks some major milestones for the Internet2 member community, including the culmination of our transition to the fifth-generation Internet2 network.  Campus Technology recently interviewed VP of Network Services Rob Vietzke to learn about the Next Generation Infrastructure (NGI)—from…

27
Sep
2021

Highlights from the HBCU Technology Conference 2021: Doing Together What We Can’t Do Alone

By Maya Gurarie, Digital Experience Specialist

Collaboration, innovation, and adaptation are some of the themes addressed at the HBCU Technology Conference 2021 on Sept. 28th and 30th. This conference is the first of its kind, dedicated to the unique challenges Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) face in keeping up with technical advancements…

24
Sep
2021

The Internet2 NET+ Program Celebrates 10 Years!

By Tara Gyenis, Internet2 NET+ Program Development

Join our conversation as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Internet2 NET+ Program. Kevin Morooney, Vice President of Trust and Identity and NET+, is moderating a panel with some active members of the NET+ community: Sarah J. Christen, Director of IT Infrastructure, Cornell University, NET+ Cloud Services Technology Architecture…

23
Sep
2021

The Internet2 Community Anchor Program Launches its Second Annual Distance Learning Scholarship Program

By Stephanie Stenberg, Director of the Internet2 Community Anchor Program

The Internet2 Community Anchor Program (CAP) has launched its second annual distance learning scholarship program intended to give K-12 teachers free, one-on-one distance learning programs for their classes through the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC). Any teacher from a K-12 school that is…

22
Sep
2021

Security Scene: September 2021 Edition

By Adair Thaxton, Internet2 Cyberinfrastructure Security Engineer

Happy September! The trees are starting to turn, and I’m anxiously awaiting the cooler weather. I hope everything is settling down with the new school year! Anvil published an article about how a malicious DHCP server in the WAN can take advantage of “smart” routers and…

22
Sep
2021

Save the Date and Submit a Proposal!

By Glenn Lipscomb, Associate Vice President, Marketing and Communications

TechEXtra 2021: Next Generation Infrastructure & Advanced Networking Event Dec 1-3, 2021 Are you one of the many folks who participated in the Advanced Networking track room at a past Internet2 Technology Exchange event? Are you missing the mix of reports on networking updates and community project “lessons learned” talks?…

14
Sep
2021

Internet2 Mourns the Loss of Miroslav Milinović

Miroslav (Miro) Milinović Internet2 and the eduroam community here and abroad are extremely saddened to hear of the sudden loss of Miroslav (Miro) Milinović. Most recently Miro served as the assistant director of SRCE (Sveučilišni računski centar), but his roots in the international eduroam and…

10
Sep
2021

Extensive, Evolving Threats Require Extended Detection and Response

By Nick Lewis, Internet2 Program Manager

An update on the August 2021 NET+ Palo Alto Networks Community Call As higher education moves into another school year, institutions are bracing for what comes next. And, even as we work to understand the potential long-term impacts of the last 18 months on higher education’s mission, we know one…