The University of Memphis is proud to announce that formal agreements have been made with the following schools for shared curriculums, lectures, and teaching materials. We hope that this is the first step of many towards significantly greater exposure and recognition for the Information Technology capabilities of the participating schools and surrounding businesses.
We hope that continued interest will be maintained by the Mid-South area and our efforts can encourage the growth of not only the students but also the private sector as a result of a supply of NSA certified graduates entering the job market.
High School students will be introduced to the concepts of Cybersecurity, Ethical Hacking, Coding and more in this weeklong camp.
A series of professional development workshops that focus on Cybersecurity, Secure Coding, and More.
Online courses that focus on various aspects of Cybersecurity. These FEMA funded courses are free for all users. Our most recent course, Cyber Identity and Authentication will be available soon.
Here is a list of job postings from the Whova Community Board of the 2018 SEC Academic Conference: Job listing
Research opportunity with the U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Details can be found here.
Currently Engaged Schools
In an effort to expand the influence of the program we are trying to involve as many schools as possible. Each school in the program has the potential to collaborate with the University of Memphis in future proposals and grants. In addition the University of Memphis will share teaching materials with partners, offer video-lectures, investigate articulation, and promote the continuation of undergraduate and graduate students to pursue a B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. degree with available scholarships in IA.
Understand that this is not an exhaustive list, if you would like to be included here or begin discussions about a collaboration please contact Dr. Dipankar Dasgupta for details.