May 27, 2017

UAT Supports AZ Tech Council in Hosting 2016 Fall Chief Science Officer (CSO) Institute

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High School STEM Students to Participate in Chief Science Officer Training In collaboration with the Arizona Technology Council, University of Advancing Technology (UAT) will host the 2016 Fall Chief Science Officer (CSO) Institute on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, bringing together high school students interested in STEM for a day-long training session. In the second year of hosting this event, UAT welcomes 150 high school student leaders to its technology-infused campus for a day of training on how to be effective advocates among their peers and the community for all things STEM. What is a CSO? A Chief Science Officer or…

Welcome New UAT Students – CONNECT Summer 2016

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Welcome new students to University of Advancing Technology! You are beginning your journey of innovation with many other technophiles like yourself. We hope you feel at home here – whether you are moving in to the dorms, UAT Founder’s Hall, commuting to campus daily or attending our campus virtually.  We can’t wait to for you to get settled, get familiar with the campus, meet new friends and learn what it means to be an innovator at UAT. The sky is not the limit, you can take your ideas anywhere with technology! Don’t miss out on any of the action starting the first…

What is Advancing Computer Science?

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Advancing Computer Science (ACS) is the scientific and practical approach to computer science and building software systems. ACS studies the development of building software applications and efficient algorithms that access, process and store information. ACS Professor James Gordon said, “Computer Science is the planning, developing, building and maintaining of software systems, which could include a mobile app, a desktop app, a database app or a fully developed website.” Professor Gordon teaches ACS students emerging programming languages across a variety of platforms including open source and enterprise languages such as: Python, C++, C# and Java. It’s important to give students as…

UAT to Provide Dancers of Ballet Arizona Opportunity in Higher Education

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UAT to Offer Ballet Arizona Dancer Scholarship University of Advancing Technology (UAT) to offer dancers of Ballet Arizona a higher education opportunity to earn a technology degree by presenting the UAT Dancers of Ballet Arizona Scholarship. According to Kenna Draxton, of the Artist Relief Fund, “The career of a ballet dancer is often seen as glamorous and blessed, perfecting an art they love, but the tale that is rarely told is the end of a dancer’s career, which if a dancer is lucky extends only into their mid-thirties.” Typically, the end of a dancer’s career is met with uncertainty of…

Welcome UAT Students | Connect Spring 2016

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Welcome new students to University of Advancing Technology! You are beginning your journey of innovation with many other technophiles like yourself. We hope you feel at home here – whether you are moving in to the dorms, UAT Founder’s Hall, commuting to campus daily or attending our campus online.  We can’t wait to for you to get settled, get familiar with the campus, meet new friends and learn what it means to be an innovator at UAT. The sky is not the limit, you can take your ideas anywhere with technology! Don’t miss out on any of the action starting the first…

Create a jQuery Website in a Day

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jQuery and HTML5 are taking over the web. The combination of both make it so easy to create dynamic websites that look like the heavier Flash websites of the past. Base Creative UK has set up a website with a great tutorial on how to create a jQuery website in less than a day. Using the jQuery Javascript Library, jQuery UI Widgets, and some jQuery syntax, you can create a nice looking website that can be built upon. Check out the tutorial on the jQuery Site In A Day website. Link to this post!Related PostsUAT Alumni Launch Jetstreame Studios Google…

Accelerating Arduino Math

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Performing division operations on a microcontroller (or any processor) is an intensive and cycle-eating process that can drastically slow down your application. Unfortunately, it’s a critical component of dealing with real-world information, such as using a moving average to smooth noisy sensor data. Alan Burlison’s blog post guides us through some of the pitfalls of the division operation, and several clever methods for drastically improving performance while still being able to use the operation. Link to this post!Related PostsBubble Wrap: Pop A Palooza – Now on Google Play UAT Welcomes Southern Colorado Girls STEM Initiative to Future You University UAT to Launch…

TR Tackles Automation and Work Issues

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Technology Review is featuring a series of articles related to businesses integrating humans, robots, and algorithms into their operations. One theme that catches the eye is based on Foxconn’s plans to replace factory workers with industrial robots, a plan that was announced last year. Foxconn’s Chinese operations provides electronics manufacturing services to Apple and other leading tech companies, and services a considerable chunk of the consumer electronics market worldwide. From a business perspective, the benefits of automation are obvious: this is cheaper in the long term since robots can work longer hours than humans, do not ask for wages or…