Nine HBCUs to Get Software in First Round of Microsoft Award
Roach, Ronald, Black Issues in Higher Education
The Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund TMSF) has announced that nine of its 45 member colleges and universities will be receiving new Microsoft software for technology upgrades, which is part of a $15 million software grant from the Microsoft Corp.
The schools, which are public historically Black colleges and universities, are scheduled to receive the software this month. The schools will be awarded a combined total of $2.4 million in Microsoft software in the first round of schools selected in a competitive process by the Thurgood Marshall Technology Initiative Advisory' Committee.
"Our partnership with Microsoft has enabled TMSF to address …
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Publication information: Article title: Nine HBCUs to Get Software in First Round of Microsoft Award. Contributors: Roach, Ronald - Author. Magazine title: Black Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 20. Issue: 16 Publication date: September 25, 2003. Page number: 44. © 1999 Cox, Matthews & Associates. COPYRIGHT 2003 Gale Group.
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