In partnership with NC State Centennial Campus, EdScoop featured an article about the IBM Quantum Computing Hub located on NC State’s campus. EdScoop reaches higher education leaders and technology directors with news driving technology and digital learning in K-12 and higher education, featuring policy/decision makers at the federal, state and local education levels. The outlet highlights developments on blended learning, privacy and security issues, virtual schools, federal and state policy, and new educational technology.
This article is a direct result of Wake County Economic Developments national media campaign and hits on key messaging for 2019 - focusing on highlighting tech and innovation in Wake County. The national media campaign is a strategic partnership with the City of Raleigh to help highlight and promote awareness of Raleigh and Wake County. To date, the campaign has secured 86 articles since 2014.
Not only does this article highlight the importance of training the future workforce, but it also touches on the strength of the Research Triangle region. “Set in the tech-heavy Research Triangle Park in Raleigh, NC State is positioned to take advantage of corporate partnerships locally. The university boasts more than 70 corporate and government partnerships, including its deal with IBM.”
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