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Member Webinar - January

  • Fri, January 21, 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • (Pacific time) Online

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  • Faculty or staff at high schools or colleges.
  • Members of the NCyTE Center

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January Member Webinar 

Friday, January 21 - 9:00 am (Pacific Time) 


Career & Technical Education (CTE): Curriculum and resources for teaching cybersecurity in high school 


Join us for a two part discussion on teaching cybersecurity in the high school. Dr. Deanne Cranford-Wesley from North Carolina Central University and Jake Mihevc from Mohawk Valley Community College will discuss teaching cybersecurity across disciplines and an upcoming workshop for high school teachers who want to integrate cybersecurity topics in their classes. The workshop starts February 7th and registration is open

Girls Who Code

Dr. Daniel Voloch and Liza Stark from Girls Who Code will provide an introduction to a girls first educational approach and preview a new self-paced course on cybersecurity that will launch in summer 2022.


Presenters:

Dr. Deanne Cranford-Wesley
ISSA Fellow
Director Cybersecurity, Computer Information Systems Department
North Carolina Central University
dcranfor@nccu.edu

and

Jake Mihevc
Dean of the School of STEM – Transfer
Learning and Academic Affairs
Mohawk Valley Community College

jmihevc@mvcc.edu


James Rice
Assistant Professor, School of Business and Hospitality
Mohawk Valley Community College
jrice@mvcc.edu


and


Girls Who Code

Dr. Danny Voloch

Chief Program Officer

daniel.voloch@girlswhocode.com


with


Liza Stark

Senior Manager, Curriculum

liza.stark@girlswhocode.com





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