Top cybersecurity students from Minnesota State colleges and universities are invited to this intense week-long program to develop advanced and innovative skills in cyber defense, vulnerability analysis and testing, security operations and forensics, and application security.
Read the impressive biographies of the 32 accomplished high school women being honored April 18 at the 2017 Minnesota Aspirations for Women in Computing Awards.
Two Minnesota students named national winners and six named national honorable mentions as program sees continued growth.
Key leaders and partners talk about the beginnings, and the future, for Advance IT Minnesota … a Center of Excellence in the Minnesota State college and university system.
Aspirations Awards in the News: Twin Cities Radio and Podcast highlight the Minnesota Aspirations for Women in Computing Awards
Broadcast 10/23/16: Devan Sayles, Advance IT Minnesota’s Russell Fraenkel and Asmita Sarma, senior, Wayzata High School, discuss the 2016-17 Minnesota Aspirations for Women in Computing Awards. (24:40 Podcast).
WDIO TV Duluth airs story about Kirsi Kuutti, a past award winner and former student at Duluth East, now a UMD student who also works with NASA.