Learn, hack, fix, and explore cyber security.
DSU GenCyber is a Cyber Security camp designed for 6th - 12th Grade STEM teachers. Participants will engage in hands-on education sessions with DSU professors, alumni, and current students as well as other industry professionals.
The camp's main purpose is to educate and excite middle and high school STEM teachers and help them to incorporate cyber security in the classroom.
Participants do not need any prior background or experience in security or computers to attend.
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June 19th - 23rd
Summer 2017 on the DSU campus in Madison, SD. Register late afternoon on Monday the 19th and wrap up around 5pm on Friday the 23rd.
2017 Goodies and Gear
If you're flying in for the camp, Sioux Falls, SD (FSD) is the closest airport. It's about 45 miles away. Let us know your flight plans, and we'll help arrange ground transportation to and from campus!
You will be in the DSU dorms Monday - Thursday night. I know for many it is hard to be away from home for 5 days, but we will keep the days and evenings busy with learning and activities.
FREE! Yes, we said free! Just get registered so we can plan on your participation in the camp!
Dakota State has recently applied for a grant from the National Security Agency (NSA) and National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop and host a cyber security camp. The grant will allow DSU to host 50 middle and high school STEM teachers on-campus for the camp at no cost to the teachers.
We're also going to load you up with some epic gear from the camp! All sorts of goodies will be yours to keep and use in your classroom.
Graduate and Continuing Education credit will be available.