Information Week: ACM Updates Code of Ethics for Computer Pros

Does your company’s most recent software development project make you feel uncomfortable? The ACM is helping technology workers and leaders navigate tricky ethics questions. Google plans to end its work on Project Maven, a US Department of Defense drone imaging and AI program. Google told employees about the decision in early June after several employees […]

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Bemidji Pioneer: Bemidji P.E.O. Chapter AT presents scholarship

Bemidji P.E.O. Chapter AT recently presented a scholarship to Stephanie Harvowski. Harvowski will be a senior studying pre-medicine at Bemidji State University. Pictured from left to right are scholarship committee members Donna Dickinson, Beth Eriksen and Sandi Oman; recipient Harvowski; and committee members Connie Jacobson, Joy Buchholtz and Jan Burger.

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Bemidji Pioneer: HIGHER ED NOTEBOOK: New BSU prof to be on legal ed board

BEMIDJI—Charles MacLean, an incoming faculty member in Bemidji State University’s department of criminal justice, has been appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court to a three-year term on the state’s Board of Continuing Legal Education. The board has supervisory authority over the state’s rules governing Minnesota’s continuing education and professional development requirements for practicing attorneys. It […]

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Bemidji Pioneer: Two Spirit Awareness Day held on BSU campus

BEMIDJI—About 50 people showed up to Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center on Wednesday at the fifth-annual Two Spirit Awareness Day, and the resource center’s second. Before that, about a dozen people waving rainbow flags marched from the Chief Shaynowishkung statue to the resource center. They were lead by Arnold Dahl-Wooley, a Two Spirit […]

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