1st National Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference (April 11-12, 2014)

With the support of National Science Foundation Award#1303441, the Women in Cybersecurity conference (WiCyS) is an effort to bring together women (students/faculty/researchers/professionals) in cybersecurity from academia, research, and industry for recruitment and retention of women in this field. Any individual or organization interested in supporting recruiting and retention efforts for women in cybersecurity is encouraged to participate.

More here: 1st National Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference – Nashville, Tennessee, April 11-12, 2014

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Cybersecurity Research Experience for Undergraduates in Science and Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park

College Park is looking for Cybersecurity Scholars for the 2014 summer research experience for undergraduates (REU) program at the University of Maryland.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 14, 2014

The Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland is seeking applications for Scholars to become integral members of team-based research projects in cybersecurity coordinated by faculty in the Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2). Students majoring in engineering, computer science, math, and physical science are strongly encouraged to apply. View the list of 2014 projects here: http://www.wie.umd.edu/undergrad/cs-scholars/cs2014-projects.

Teams conduct research from June 2 through August 1, 2014. The program offers multiple tiers of mentorship and training in team skills and project organization, as well as addressing issues of concern to women and minorities in science and engineering. Each Scholar receives a $4,500 stipend, $300 food allowance, and housing. Funding is available for transportation.

For additional information to access the online application, please review the Cybersecurity REU website at http://www.wie.umd.edu/undergrad/cs-scholars or contact Cristin Caparotta (ccapa@omiacs.umd.udu or 301-405-6735).

This program is funded by the National Science Foundation and the Clark School of Engineering