Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants, from the Plain Dealer
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Foundation has approved two grants to launch the foundation’s new Digital Excellence Initiative.
About $200,000 will go to Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University to establish an “Internet of Things” collaborative and $250,000 for DigitalC’s ReStart program. The goal is to strengthen research and workforce development.
The Cleveland Foundation’s new Digital Excellence initiative will invest in efforts that create a more connected community, support digital skills development, improve digital civic engagement, elevate regional digital leadership, and encourage technology innovation for social good.