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Collegiate Subgroup

Discontinued Group:

Due to the recently established new Communities of Interest, this group has been discontinued. This page is provided for historical purposes. 

The NICE Program Office thanks these group members for their commitment and involvement in this subgroup. We encourage members to join one or more of the new Working Groups or Communities or Interest.


Focus:

On topics pertaining to the burgeoning Information Security discipline, including guiding curricular standards, aligning academic pathways to the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework work roles, and stimulating the development of approaches and techniques that can more rapidly increase the supply of qualified cybersecurity workers. View the full Collegiate Subgroup Charter here.


To join this group, email nicewg.collegiate@list.nist.gov with the subject line: “Collegiate Subscribe”, and with your full name and email address in the body of the message. This group meets the second Tuesday of every month at 2:00 pm Eastern Time.

Collegiate Subgroup Co-Chairs: 

University of Houston Logo
Credit: University of Houston

Dr. Denise Kinsey
University of Houston

NICE LeMoyne-Owen College
Credit: LeMoyne-Owen College

Denise Ferebee, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Cybersecurity
Assistant Professor, Computer Science
LeMoyne-Owen College


Active Projects:

 
NICE Collegiate Subgroup Affiliation 2018
  • Cybersecurity Career Pathways - Develop model career pathways for cybersecurity-related positions that can be used in the private and public sectors. These pathways should spell out education, training, and other experiences that align with employers’ skill needs and prepare an individual to be successful in entering or advancing in a cybersecurity career. View the full project charter here
  • Value of Higher Education - Provide research, assessment, and a white paper and/or one-pager on the value of higher education. View the full project charter here

Accomplishments:

  • Presentation on subgroup at the 23rd Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education 

Active Programs:

  • Draft white paper on tools and technologies for students to show their skillsets

Contacts

FOR GENERAL INFORMATION

  • NICE Program Office
    (301) 975-5048
    100 Bureau Dr.
    Gaithersburg, MD 20899
Created April 25, 2017, Updated December 2, 2020