The University has been awarded a five-year SFS-Scholarship grant from NSF starting from January 1, 2017. The project is to strength the national cyber security workforce. For the detail information, please visit the scholarship website (http://www.tuskegee.edu/sfs_program.aspx), or contact Dr. Fan Wu (email@example.com).
Tuskegee University participated in 2016 Black Enterprise TechConneXt Hackahthon competition, which just took place in San Fransisco, CA during Oct. 8 - Oct. 11, 2016. The golden tiger team members include Joshua Silas (Freshman, EE), Madison Helmstetter (Junior, CS), Deasia Little (Senior, CS) , Jaylin Brown (Senior, CS, Team Leader), The team advanced to top 3 and made the presentation to the event. We learned the lessons including teamwork, product design and development, etc. The basic cyber contents, including secured wireless communication, software security design, etc. .
This workshop will be held at Tuskegee University on July 30, 2015 and is intended to promote mobile security in education, to enhance student learning experience, and to foster collaboration among faculty in Information Assurance (IA)/Cyber Defense (CD) field.
This workshop is intended to promote cryptography in education, to enhance student learning experience, and to foster collaboration among faculty in Information Assurance (IA) field.
The second Summer Digital Forensics (CSI) Camp was held in Computer Science Department at Tuskegee University between June 25 and June 29 in 2012. Twelve students from local high schools attended the second CSI Camp.
The first Summer Digital Forensics (CSI) Camp was held in Computer Science Department at Tuskegee University between June 27 and July 01 in 2011. Seven students from local high schools attended the first CSI Camp.
On September 18th 2010, Tuskegee University's Computer Science Department hosted the first Saturday Technology Boot Camp for high school students in the surrounding area.