Tulane News: Tulane University Receives Award to Demonstrate Electric Shuttle Buses for New Orleans Region

A Tulane University initiative to use shuttle buses powered by electricity has been awarded $737,500 by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). The project is one of 55 selected research and demonstration projects that will further new and innovative advanced vehicle technologies with assistance from the EERE’s Vehicle Technologies Office. 

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Silicon Bayou News: Something Borrowed Blooms Wins $50,000 Investment at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week’s IDEApitch

At the culmination of New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW) tonight, three startup finalists pitched in front of a live audience – and a global virtual audience – for a $50,000 investment prize from The Idea Village, producers of the annual festival of innovation. 

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Wonder Women: Celebrating Women in Tech | Panel – March 31, 2021

Join Loyola New Orleans University on March 31st for a panel discussion led by three trailblazing women in tech as they celebrate Women’s History Month. Want to break into tech? Looking for inspiration in your current field? This enriching discussion is a unique opportunity to hear our inspiring and accomplished panelists speak about their experiences in tech and their journey to success in the field. Don’t miss your chance to walk away with some great career advice!

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Silicon Bayou News: New Orleans Entrepreneur Week Names IDEApitch Startup Finalists

Today marks the first day of New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW), a virtual weeklong conference celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship in the Big Easy. Over 60 sessions are scheduled from now until Friday, including a high-stakes pitch competition where three startups will pitch for the $50,000 investment prize from The Idea Village. 

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UX/UI Design Vs. Web Development

Join Thinkful as they break down the specifics that each role entails, along with how to get the skills to be successful in them. They’ll help you determine which one is your ideal next career choice and discuss the range of jobs that will be available to you once you’ve acquired those skills.

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