The university’s cybersecurity program was chosen because of its proven track record as a Minority-Serving Institution for its work in preparing a diverse population of students for cybersecurity and computer science careers.
Vincent Nestler (information and decision sciences) talks about the benefits of CSUSB students participating in the Cyber Halo Innovation Research Program, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) continued to be a source for news media covering the recent wave of hate- and extremist-related violence.
Vincent Nestler (information and decision sciences) discussed the work CSUSB’s Cybersecurity Center is doing to prepare students to fill jobs in the profession, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviews on topics related to hate crimes and recent mass shootings.
Barbara Sirotnik (information and decision sciences), Vincent Nestler and Jesus Canelon (also information and decision sciences) and Yunfei Hou (compuer science and engineering) were included in recent news coverage.
The Cyberlab gives students a 24/7 virtual high-tech workspace for building and testing networks, research, forensics and cloud-based training.
The open house, which is free, is geared toward students, their families, faculty and counselors. It will be held from 6-8 p.m. Friday at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration.
Vincent Nestler (cybersecurity), Mike Chao and Bree Putman (biology), Kaitlyn Creasy (philosophy), Larry Hygh (communication studies) and Mildred D. Henry (education, emerita) were included in recent news coverage.