CS Receives Grant from the Department of Defense
Computer Science faculty, Hossain Heydari, Brett Tjaden, and Steve Wang received a large grant from the Department of Defense Information Assurance Scholarship Program (DoD-IASP).
The grant covers a scholarship for one graduate and one undergraduate computer science student and includes: tuition, books, a stipend, and a paid summer internship. Interested students (especially sophomores) should contact Dr. Heydari for more information.
The DoD grant also covers a week long Cyber Defense Boot Camp for 20 high school technology teachers from all over the country and will be held at JMU in early summer.
- April 1
Mr. Mitchell Ruebush from Capital One presents: Node.js: Enough to be Dangerous
- April 9
Support WIT at Sweet Bee
- April 10 & 13
- April 20
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Workshop on Cyber Intelligence
Festival Conference & Student Center
- June 15-19
GenCyber: Cyber Defense Boot Camp for High School Technology Teachers
- Spring 2015 Course Schedule
- Spring Newsletter (PDF)
- Fall 2015 Schedule (PDF)
- Curriculum Change FAQs (PDF)
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