VIRGINIA IS AMERICA’S TOP STATE FOR BUSINESS, ACCORDING TO CNBC EXCLUSIVE STUDY CNBC Special Correspondent Scott Cohn Revealed America’s Top Five States for Business Today on CNBC ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., July 10, 2019—CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today unveiled the results of its thirteenth annual list of America’s Top States for Business with Virginia taking
Introducing the Commonwealth Commercialization Fund The Commonwealth Commercialization Fund, or CCF, was launched on July 1, 2020 to foster innovative and collaborative efforts in Virginia. Combining two legacy state programs, the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF) and the Virginia Research Innovation Fund (VRIF), CCF seeks technologies with a high potential for economic development and
From Washington Post: More students are learning on laptops and tablets in class. Some parents want to hit the off switch.
More students are learning on laptops and tablets in class. Some parents want to hit the off switch. This is a great article from the Washington Post from back in February. It highlights parent concerns over schools and their technology decisions. Many schools struggle in this area for many reasons, but parents are now asking
A Look At Growing Up In A 21st Century Digital World For the first time in history, mental illness and suicide have become one of the greatest threats to school-aged children. Many parents still view dangers as primarily physical and external, but they’re missing the real danger: kids spending more time online and less time
Article from Richmond-Times Dispatch Bob Stolle, a former top state commerce official and member of a prominent Virginia political family, has been named the new president and CEO of the Center for Innovative Technology. Stolle, who previously has served as senior vice president of policy and regional initiatives at CIT, will succeed Ed Albrigo, who
Innovate Lynchburg is excited to champion this new program from T-Mobile in our region. Because of COVID-19, many schools are completely online or are hybrid. In an effort to help close the homework gap, T-Mobile is giving school districts free internet access and mobile hotspots for 10 million eligible households. In addition to this,