NSF and NSA Grant to Support Cyber Security Training for Teachers


JSU has been awarded a $98K grant from the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation to create a cyber security training camp for middle and high school teachers.

Twenty-five science, mathematics, computers, technology and social studies teachers will be accepted into the one-week program, to be held July 11-15. Registration and participation in the program are completely free.

The program is under the direction of Dr. Guillermo Francia, III, with co-directors Dr. Gretchen Richards and Dr. David Thornton. Dr. Alicia Simmons is serving as the program evaluator, while Jay Snellen is serving as senior instructor. 

Additional information, including the schedule and registration instructions, is accessible here.