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 It was kidís day out, on Saturday Jan. 4th, as Hampton University served as host for the NCAA Basketball Annual Take a Kid to the Game Program, allowing kids 17 and younger to experience the college game-day atmosphere. GO

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The Completive Edge: North Carolina A&T State University is again expanding its graduate-level cybersecurity program. David Arneke

"Job opportunities are abundant; the White House cites estimates of the demand for cybersecurity workers growing 12 times faster than the overall job market"

N.C. A&T will work with 12 other historically black colleges and universities and two national laboratories to dramatically grow the workforce of professionals, researchers and academics prepared to lead the nationís defense against cyber attacks. The project will be funded by the federal Cybersecurity Workforce Pipeline Consortium, a program to spark interest in cybersecurity in students from elementary school to graduate school. The $25 million, five-year program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and its National Nuclear Security Administration. A&T will be involved at the masterís and doctorate levels. Graduates from the other colleges and universities will study and conduct research at A&T. Research will focus on cyber-identity protection and privacy in addition to cybersecurity in general. Link


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Undergraduate research studentUndergraduate Research Gets a Boost A&T Media & Photo
A team of A&T faculty members and administrators has
developed an action plan to advance the development of the universityís undergraduate research program. The plan was created at a conference funded by the National Science Foundation, held last month at the University of San Diego. The plan was created at a conference funded by the National Science Foundation, held last month at the University of San Diego.   The institute provided strategies and best practices to institutionalize undergraduate research and connect undergraduate research with other high-impact practices. Each team developed an action plan for their institution under the direction of experienced facilitators who have successfully developed research programs within their departments, institutions, regions, and at the national level.

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