The School of Business announced today that software company UiPath is donating $16.4 million in software licenses to help business students learn about robotic technology in classroom assignments and activities. With the donation from UiPath, undergraduate and graduate School of Business students will have a unique ability to gain a deeper understanding of how to create and use RPA robots.
“This game-changing contribution of RPA software and support from UiPath will be a valuable complement to the school’s focus on the future of work, and will help our students gain insight into new models for business,” said Maury Peiperl, dean of the School of Business. “The opportunity for students and faculty to work with innovators like UiPath is of immense benefit to all involved.”
Read more this gift in an article featured on Mason’s website, “UiPath Donates $16.4 Million in Software for Mason School of Business Students"