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Future Events:

1) ISSA - Chattanooga Chapter April Special Event, the UTC InfoSec Panel has Dr. Joseph Kizza, Dept. Head Computer Science and Engineering, Dr. Li Yang, Ms. Kathy Winters, Dr. Farrah Kandah, and Dr. Mina Sartipi

2) Dr. Li Yang will serve on Panel of Women in Cyber Security in April 2014. 

3) Summer faculty workshop on “Teaching Cryptography through Hand-on Learning and Case Studies” in summer of 2014 in Southern Illinois University. 

4) Summer faculty workshop on Mobile Security in summer 2014 in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. 

5) Summer faculty workshop on Browser Security in summer 2015 in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. 

 

Past Events

1) Summer faculty workshop on “Teaching Cryptography through Hand-on Learning and Case Studies” in summer of 2011 in Chattanooga, TN. The workshop was sponsored by a collaborative NSF project on “Teaching Cryptography through Hand-on Learning and Case Studies” with Southern Polytechnic State University and Tuskegee University (HBCU) from 2010-2014 (DUE #0942581). Developed curriculum and teaching materials are directly shared among collaborative institutions. We had 19 participants from 13 different institutions such as Garrett College (2-year), University of Maryland University College (4-year). 

2) Summer faculty workshop on Cryptography in Tuskegee University in summer of 2012. We had 22 participants from 10 different institutions including both two-year (Ivy Tech Community College and Fountainhead College of Technology), HBCU (Morehouse College), and four-year institutions (Auburn University and University of Georgia).  Hands-on labs and case studies on cryptography were shared and distributed during the workshop.  

3)  Summer faculty workshop on “Teaching Information Assurance through Case Studies and Hands-on Experiences” in summer of 2012.  The workshop was sponsored by a collaborative NSF project on “Developing Faculty Expertise in Information Assurance through Case Studies and Hands-on Experiences” with collaboration from North Carolina A&T (HBCU) and University of North Carolina at Charlotte from 2011-2014 (DUE #1129444). Developed curriculum and teaching materials are directly shared among collaborative institutions. We have 18 participants from 18 different institutions including HBCUs (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Tuskegee University, Prairie View A&M University, Hampton University) and HIS (Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico). 

4) Summer faculty workshop on hands-on security at the North Carolina A&T University in the summer of 2013 with 18 participants from 18 different institutions. Hands-on labs and case studies in areas of Security Management, Network Security, Attack/Defense and Security Architecture and Systems, Web Security, Secure Software Engineering, Cryptography, Access Control, Security Ethics, and Digital Forensics are shared with participating institutions. 

Check back in August for a listing of our Fall and Spring showcases for Middle and High Schoolers

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