Fully Enrolled: Esports and Video Game Programs Power Up on Campus
15 Mar 2022
The digitizing of the economy is pervasive, whether you’re performing quality control in an automated manufacturing plant; undergoing a medical procedure; operating a container crane at a backed-up West Coast port; launching fabrication of a 3D-printed prototype; or putting the finishing touches on a breakthrough architectural design.
Could using our own digits, senses and synapses in the pervasive playing of video games deliver a competitive advantage to a world hungry for IT skills, systems thinking and interdisciplinary creativity? Video game development and competitive esports programs at colleges and universities around the world are counting on it.
How States Lure the Big FishMar 14 2022
Governors Greg Abbott of Texas and Laura Kelly of Kansas are covered extensively in this issue as the winners of the 2021 Governors’ Cups — the former for total qualified capital investment projects last year and the latter for total per capita projects. The governors of the other ranking states...
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas started off strong in the first month of 2022 with gains of 29,000 total non-agricultural jobs in the first month of 2022, exceeding the previous record employment level set in December 2021 by reaching more than 13 million jobs, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday...
New Business Openings: February 2022Mar 11 2022
New business momentum continues apace in Grapevine! The City issued Certificates of Occupancy for almost a dozen new businesses last month, for a variety of users that range in service type from Restaurant and Retail to Office space for medical weight loss, real estate, and a very exciting digital consignment service...