Forsyth Tech’s Free Community Computer Clinic a Big Success

More than 100 Computers Serviced in Five Hours, including One with 3,200+ Viruses

(Winston-Salem, NC) – Forsyth Tech’s first-ever Computer Diagnostic Clinic that was held earlier this month is being called a huge success. In the five hours the free clinic was open, more than 100 people brought their PCs, Macs and laptops to the Technology Building on the college’s Main Campus. Nearly 40 computer technology faculty and students diagnosed and fixed problems, including minor repairs, virus and spam removal, and file system clean up.
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Forsyth Tech Nanotechnology Students Selected As Finalists In National Science Foundation Innovation Challenge

Team Proposes Energy-Efficient Solar Greenhouse

The National Science Foundation (NSF), in partnership with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), has named a team of Forsyth Tech nanotechnology students one of 10 finalists in the second annual Community College Innovation Challenge (CCIC). This is a federally funded program that encourages students to develop skills for innovation and entrepreneurship by developing and presenting STEM solutions to real-world problems in the areas of food, energy and water.
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Our view: Forsyth Tech opens its doors wider

It may not seem like a big deal to some — especially if they’re not the studious type — but Forsyth Tech’s recent extension of lab hours to meet some students’ schedules isn’t just a convenience for them, it’s a sign of an educational institution that evolves to meet its students’ needs. We need more efforts like this.

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