FACT Newsletter – March 11, 2016

Email Folder “Clutter” has Your Canvas Notifications!

If you or your students are using Office 365 (mail.nmsu.edu), a folder has been added called “Clutter.” A default setting is that Canvas notifications are sent to “Clutter” and must be changed by the individual users. Please let your students know.

NSF Grant Helps Launch New Cyber Infrastructure Support at NMSU

NMSU has received a $398,691 grant from the National Science Foundation to enhance cyber infrastructure support for research projects spanning many disciplines at NMSU. Research in science, technology, engineering and math education disciplines has become increasingly dependent on the availability of effective CI solutions related to software, high-performance computing, networking, big data storage, sensor networks, etc. NMSU will be using the NSF funding in conjunction with other institutional resources to establish new cyber infrastructure support function. In partnership with the provost’s office, research faculty, the Faculty Advisory Committee on Technology and others, this new support function will be implemented by NMSU’s chief information officer.

Of note – the Cyber Infrastructure Architect is a new role at NMSU and the job posting is at https://jobs.nmsu.edu/postings/24676. If you know anyone who should apply, please let them know!

For more information, contact Brian Ormand, ICT project manager, at 575-646-0325.

Have a great weekend!
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FACT


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