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Interface Web School graduate Alyssa Wilson wants more people to know tech is cool

“I feel like Interface lit the fire in me to be more aggressive with accomplishing what I want in my life,” says Alyssa Wilson, a graduate of the Interface Web School. After a career in visual publications and graphic design, Alyssa now works as a software development engineer at Fiserv, which provides technology solutions to […]

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Top seven jobs for introverts

Are you an introvert, or an extrovert? The terms date back to Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, who came up with them in the 1920s, and influence how we view ourselves and others in social situations. Introverts are often thought of as quiet, reserved, and introspective people who may have a preference for written over verbal […]

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Students and Industry Work Together at MCC’s Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology

If you hate sitting in a chair eight hours a day learning, you’ll love the Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology at Metropolitan Community College. That’s a message Dr. Thomas Pensabene uses to entice potential students to check out MCC’s advanced prototype design degree, which is offered at the center. “No two days are the […]

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Benefits of a workplace mentorship program

No matter what size of business you’re involved with, developing the talents and skills of your existing workforce is a critical part of your long-term company’s success. In most cases, it’s more efficient, less costly, and more productive to better train the employees you have than to try to replace them with new hires. The […]

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Former Husker and NFL Pro Tony Veland Scores Touchdowns for Tech

Not everyone can be an athlete, but everyone can learn. That’s the advice one-time Nebraska Husker Tony Veland has. Veland, Director of Community Engagement for AIM Institute, played for the University of Nebraska from 1991 to 1995, first as a quarterback, then as a free safety. After graduation, he was drafted into the NFL. He […]

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Digital Citizenship in a Flood

The worst flood in recent memory hit Nebraska this month, causing over $1.3 billion in damages and forcing at least 4,000 people to evacuate their homes. Although traditional news outlets reported on the devastating event, social media coverage quickly outpaced traditional coverage. People’s timelines and newsfeeds became saturated with images of calamity: floodwaters rising to […]

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Women in Tech: Noni Williams

Whenever someone would ask Noni Williams what she wanted to do with her interest in math and technology, she would start to answer honestly. She wanted to be the problem solver she saw herself as when she was the little girl at the front of the classroom, scratching out algorithms and bad poetry in her […]

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