Gencyber Workshop for Teachers
GenCyber: Cybersecurity Exploration
Summer Workshop for
Spend two days at RIT this summer to explore cybersecurity challenges
and develop lesson plans for your students!
A stipend of $750 will be provided for completing the summer workshop and developing a lesson plan to incorporate cybersecurity into their teaching; out of town teachers may use the stipend for overnight stay. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and coffee/tea will be provided on both workshop days.
Overview of Cyber First Principles and Cybersecurity; a set of collaborative, hands-on fun activities including password hacking, live malware handling and smartphone protection; and a discussion of diverse technical and non-technical careers in cybersecurity available for students with different interests and backgrounds. The materials are designed so that a background in computer programming is not required for students, and instructors will be able to use a just-in-time approach to code development when needed in an activity.
RIT faculty in computing security, software engineering and computer science, with RIT’s cybersecurity students; and consulting high school teachers.
At Rochester Institute of Technology’s main campus in Henrietta, New York.
Application: (Note that: as of May 13, 2015, the workshop is full. If you want to be on the waitlist, please email us)
Please send a statement of interest, along with your name, contact information, and teaching background to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you promptly. Note that there are only a limited number of seats in the workshop.
GenCyber teacher workshops and student camps are sponsored jointly by the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency.