University of Louisville to Launch Partnership with IBM

The University of Louisville and IBM will launch a new digital-skills academy this fall, the first of its kind from IBM.

U of L President Neeli Bendapudi said at a news conference Wednesday morning that IBM will provide faculty and software, curriculum and cloud technology valued up to $5 million for the academy, check out blue spruce maids. But she believes the impact of this academy will far exceed those numbers.

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