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The SFS Summer Research Study at UMBC: Project-Based Learning Inspires Cybersecurity Students [article]

Alan Sherman, Enis Golaszewski, Edward LaFemina, Ethan Goldschen, Mohammed Khan, Lauren Mundy, Mykah Rather, Bryan Solis, Wubnyonga Tete, Edwin Valdez, Brian Weber, Damian Doyle, Casey O'Brien (+2 others)
2018 arXiv   pre-print
As part of a pioneering program at UMBC to extend SFS scholarships to community colleges, the study helped initiate six students from two nearby community colleges, who transferred to UMBC in fall 2017  ...  May 30-June 2, 2017, Scholarship for Service (SFS) scholars at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) analyzed the security of a targeted aspect of the UMBC computer systems.  ...  Thanks also to programmer Ray Soellner (UMBC) for bravely attending daily briefings. This project was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under SFS grant 1241576.  ... 
arXiv:1811.04794v1 fatcat:stswmg7n4rgyziik7s5rudzzcy

The INSuRE Project: CAE-Rs Collaborate to Engage Students in Cybersecurity Research [article]

Alan Sherman and R. Chong and J. Springer and R. Verma
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We explain how we conducted our project-based research course, give examples of student projects, and discuss the outcomes and lessons learned.  ...  Since fall 2012, several National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research (CAE-Rs) fielded a collaborative course to engage students in solving applied cybersecurity research problems.  ...  This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under a variety of grants including an Eager grant (1344369), supplements to several SFS and other grants In addition to the student coauthors  ... 
arXiv:1703.08859v1 fatcat:lrx2oaofmjartc7wzghybbwjm4

Experiences and Lessons Learned Creating and Validating Concept Inventories for Cybersecurity [article]

Alan T. Sherman, Geoffrey L. Herman, Linda Oliva, Peter A. H. Peterson, Enis Golaszewski, Seth Poulsen, Travis Scheponik, Akshita Gorti
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The CATS Project is creating and validating two concept inventories---conceptual tests of understanding---that can be used to measure the effectiveness of various approaches to teaching and learning cybersecurity  ...  The Cybersecurity Concept Inventory (CCI) is for students who have recently completed any first course in cybersecurity; the Cybersecurity Curriculum Assessment (CCA) is for students who have recently  ...  We thank the many people who contributed to the CATS project as Delphi experts, interview subjects, Hackathon participants, expert reviewers, student subjects, and former team members, including Michael  ... 
arXiv:2004.05248v1 fatcat:xhrhzx25wreafj5gapyvzaa3om

2013 Legislative Testimony

Freeman Hrabowski
unpublished
., a two-year course of study for each major area of study offered at UMBC. By following this recommended course of study, community college students can effectively prepare for transferring to UMBC.  ...  Innovative seminars at both the community colleges and the university will focus on disciplinary content, helping students learn how to find academic resources at the community colleges and UMBC, and student  ... 
fatcat:cwbfhhtexne7nlgpg62wcncbwa

Experiences and Lessons Learned Creating and Validating Concept Inventories for Cybersecurity [article]

Alan T. Sherman, Geoffrey L. Herman, Linda Oliva, Peter A. H. Peterson, Enis Golaszewski, Seth Poulsen, Travis Scheponik, Akshita Gorti, Maryland Shared Open Access Repository
2020
The CATS Project is creating and validating two concept inventories—conceptual tests of understanding—that can be used to measure the effectiveness of various approaches to teaching and learning cybersecurity  ...  The Cybersecurity Concept Inventory (CCI) is for students who have recently completed any first course in cybersecurity; the Cybersecurity Curriculum Assessment (CCA) is for students who have recently  ...  We thank the many people who contributed to the CATS project as Delphi experts, interview subjects, Hackathon participants, expert reviewers, student subjects, and former team members, including Michael  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2vkl6-okyy fatcat:e3dqypoldvgkpdaxebeswvxeha

Columbia Gateway Innovation District: Alternative Future Visions

Aaron Goldbeck, Ashlee Green, Chris Davis, Derek Lombardi, Jereme Stark, Kevin McGowan, Maha Tariq, Mahsa Vatandoost, Molly Carpenter, Pranita Ranbhise, Pranjali Rai, Thomas Green (+1 others)
2016
The Columbia Gateway Project is a comprehensive report on future development for the Columbia Gateway site in Columbia, MD.  ...  This report charts the next steps to enhance the viability and explore the economic possibilities of the area. This report lays out key issues and goals for impending planning efforts.  ...  The UMBC Training Center, located within the ovular area formed by the loop road, offers courses in cybersecurity, IT, project management, HR, leadership and innovation, engineering, global studies, big  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2707wp9j fatcat:vg72nafounfqtcvgujg2vxhavm