Intel Labs University Collaborations Office, the National Science Foundation and the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) invite you to attend the Summer 2013 Security Curriculum Workshop, which brings together members of academia, industry and government to improve security education in the undergraduate computer science curriculum. This two day event will feature talks by representatives of industry and government, review of information security curriculum content created thus far, and demonstration of modules that can be integrated by non-security computer science faculty into their classes. To motivate the adoption of information security content, a microgrant program for instructional staff and faculty who wish to infuse their classes with these modules will also be announced.
If you are an instructor or professor at an accredited university and are interested in integrating information security content into the general computer science courses you teach, GTISC may be able to sponsor your travel to this event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and include a link to your university webpage with your request.
Suggested hotels for those attending this workshop is as follows.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Hillsboro/Beaverton
15525 NW Gateway Court
Beaverton, Oregon, 97006 USA
Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Beaverton
15520 NW Gateway Court
Beaverton, Oregon, 97006, USA
When & Where
Georgia Tech Information Security Center
Founded in April 1998 after the Sam Nunn Information Security Forum, the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) is a multi-unit, campus-wide organization at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At GTISC, dozens of associated faculty members from various colleges and schools across campus collaborate to pursue the center's mission of security research and education.