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Clemson Receives Siemens Software Bundle to Support STEM Students

Siemens has provided Clemson University access to the company’s $357.2 million product lifecycle management software bundle in an effort to bolster student employment in the manufacturing industry. The company said Monday the bundle will include its LMS, NX and Femap softwares and Fibersim and Tecnomatix portfolios to support undergraduate and graduate studies at Clemson’s college of …

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Lockheed to Support Troops, Veterans Through United Services Organization’s Orlando Facility

Lockheed Martin will offer support to service members, veterans and their families through a new 3,400-square-foot facility that United Services Organization unveiled at the Orlando International Airport in Florida. Lockheed said Wednesday it will support the new USO welcome center in Orlando through its employee volunteers. The company said it offers assistance …

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AT Kearney to Back Research, Education Programs at American University Cyber Governance Center

A.T. Kearney will sponsor cybersecurity research and education programs at American University’s Kogod Cybersecurity Governance Center in an effort to publicize governance in computer network defense initiatives. Global consulting firm A.T. Kearney said Monday it will work with the KCGC to promote cybersecurity breach preparation, prevention, detection and response practices. KCGC works to provide collaborative, objective and …

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Lockheed Martin Unveils Sports Scholarship Program for Injured, Disabled Veterans

Lockheed Martin has launched the Fighting Spirit Scholarship program designed provide sports-related scholarships for injured and disabled veterans. The company said Tuesday it will sponsor scholarships to Able Flight’s flight school and Warrior Sailing Program’s basic and advanced training courses for two veterans. One of the veterans will attend Able Flight’s six-week flight program at Purdue University’s …

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