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    UAT Cyber Warfare Range: A Unique Learning Environment

    Posted on May 23, 2018 9:21:00 AM by Jeremy Bunce in Cyber Security, in network engineering, in Network Security, in technology forensics, in Blue Team, in UAT Cyber Warfare Range, in project-based curriculum, in red team, in systems administration

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    Why You Should Join the UAT Broadcasting Club

    Posted on May 21, 2018 2:57:44 PM by Kevin Albregard in AI, in clubs, in student clubs, in robotics degree, in artificial intelligence, in emerging technologies, in emerging technology, in gaming community, in project-based curriculum, in geek culture, in broadcasting

     

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    Find Fun and Friends at Founder's Hall

    Posted on May 14, 2018 3:47:40 PM by Chandler Emerson in Dorm Living, in dorms, in campus life, in campus tour, in dorm life, in technology college, in what to bring to college, in project-based curriculum, in geek culture

    The University of Advancing Technology (UAT) is a pretty small campus with only two buildings: the main campus building and the dormitory. I discovered a whole new world of UAT when I moved into Founder's Hall, a melting pot of geek culture, where studious hackers, (really) excited robotics students, digital artists and designers gather to talk about the future of technology, crush energy drinks, tackle homework, shoot some pool, game all night, hash out problems and form lasting friendships. 

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    What Makes UAT Unique?

    Posted on Apr 27, 2018 11:41:19 AM by Kevin Albregard in Game jam, in campus life, in dorm life, in project-based curriculum, in geek culture

    The University of Advancing Technology is different. You can tell as soon as you walk in the door just how different it is and how strong the culture is. But what makes it so different from other universities? For me, it's our people—the friendly community of geeks who help each other out, make each other laugh and push each other to innovate and create.

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    Collegiate Cyber Defense Class and the Benefits of Discovery Learning

    Posted on Apr 18, 2018 11:53:30 AM by Jeremy Bunce in Cyber Security, in network engineering, in technology forensics, in Capture The Flag, in ccdc, in project-based curriculum

    The Collegiate Cyber Defense class is a "Choose your own adventure" type of course. Instead of providing a predetermined set of lessons, the instructor encourages students to explore their own interests. The class also encompasses preparation for and participation in a Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC). We play capture the flag, give weekly presentations and mentor other students. 

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    The Lovable Goofball We Call Gose

    Posted on Apr 17, 2018 3:53:12 PM by Kevin Albregard in AI, in coding, in programming, in IoT, in video game programming, in science, in project-based curriculum, in python

    Learning Python this semester has been one of the most engaging educational experiences of my life. Somehow, Professor Gose manages to teach Python—a basic programming language—in the most intuitive way. His lessons are less of a lecture and more of an immersive experience. He constantly engages students and tailors his lessons for different learning styles. That's why Introduction to Python is my favorite class.

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