Free virtual cybersecurity camps offered this summer

Augusta University and the Department of Defense are offering two virtual, no-cost or reduced-cost computer science and cybersecurity camps for students this summer, and registration opens May 1.

Dr. Ashley Gess, assistant professor of STEAM education in the College of Education, alongside Dr. Michael Nowatkowski, associate professor with the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, created an initiative called T3C: Building Teacher Confidence in Computer Science/Cybersecurity (CS/CY).

Area educators completing the computer science endorsement at Augusta University will be paired with P-12 colleagues who have already successfully completed certification in CS/CY and together, they will teach a week-long virtual computer science summer camp for students entering fourth through eighth grades in fall 2021. Read the full story.

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