Tech News Summary:
- Rogers State University is hosting “Tech Day on the Hill” on February 16, allowing students to explore technology-related programs, with seminars on game development and AI, drone flight safety and skills, and cybersecurity.
- The event is open to students of all ages and backgrounds and is free to attend, but early registration is recommended due to limited space.
- In addition to Tech Day on the Hill, RSU also offers other campus visit events during the spring semester, including Saturday Tours, Future Educators Day, Psychology and Sociology Day, and Hillcat Preview Day.
Riverside State University (RSU) hosted a Technology Day event on campus, showcasing the latest cutting-edge innovations and hosting exciting live demonstrations.
The event, held in the university’s state-of-the-art technology center, featured a wide range of exhibits and demonstrations highlighting the innovative work being done by RSU students and faculty in the fields of computer science, engineering, and technology.
One of the main attractions of the day was a series of live demonstrations of the university’s latest research projects and prototypes. Students and faculty presented projects ranging from artificial intelligence and robotics to virtual reality and advanced cybersecurity solutions.
Visitors were able to interact with the demonstrations and learn more about the work being done at RSU in fields like 3D printing, drone technology, and sustainable energy solutions.
In addition to the demonstrations, the event also included panel discussions and talks by industry experts, highlighting the impact of technology on the future of various industries and how RSU is preparing its students to thrive in the rapidly evolving tech landscape.
“Technology Day is a wonderful opportunity for our students to showcase their talent and creativity, and for the community to see the exciting work happening here at RSU,” said Dr. Karen Smith, Dean of the College of Engineering and Technology. “We are proud to be at the forefront of technological innovation and to demonstrate the impact of our research on society.”
The event was well attended by students, faculty, and members of the local community, and received positive feedback for its engaging and informative presentations.
Overall, the Technology Day was a resounding success, with attendees leaving inspired by the cutting-edge innovations on display and the promise of a bright future for technology at RSU.