~Camps give students the opportunity to learn at a top cybersecurity program and at the only accredited architecture school in northern New England.~
NORWICH UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS
March 29, 2016
Norwich University is offering two summer camps led by standout Norwich faculty, alumni and students for rising high school juniors and seniors.
The first program, GenCyber@NU, is a free, U.S. government-sponsored camp for cyber security and cyber defense. In it, students will be provided the hardware and software to build a mini computer, which they will keep at the end of the program. The week-long, pre-college program, to be held from July 17-23, is designed for students interested in information security, digital forensics, cyberattack defense, and personal online protection.
The camp is funded by a grant from the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation and is FREE for attending students. All expenses for the week-long program, including tuition, room and board, field trips, and other program fees are covered at no cost to GenCyber@NU participants.
Applications are due April 15. Interested students should submit a letter of interest, a letter of recommendation and an unofficial high school transcript via email to email@example.com. For more information, go here: http://profschools.norwich.edu/business/gen-cyber-camp/.
Norwich University undergraduate and online graduate programs are consistently ranked among the best in the nation for cyber security education and are certified by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security as Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE). Norwich University has been a member of the National Science Foundation’s Cyber Corps Scholarship for Service program since 2002.
The second program is facilitated by Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art, which will hold a Summer Design Academy from July 10-16. During the week-long program, students will grapple with design thinking and explore the communication of their ideas through various media and hands-on projects.
Workshops, lectures, demonstrations and off-campus experiences complement daily design studios. Students will gain a broader view of the field while developing skills and portfolio materials to add to their college applications. Students will also be advised on the college admission and portfolio-building processes.
Local designer and Norwich alumnus Joshua Chafe of Truex Cullins in Burlington, Vt. will join School of Architecture + Art faculty to provide design guidance and critique as students learn to design and build full-scale structures and spaces during studio time.
The cost, including room and board, is $750. Applications will be accepted through April 25. For more information, go here: http://profschools.norwich.edu/architectureart/summer-camp-front-page/
The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) is the sole agency authorized to accredit U.S. professional degree programs in architecture. Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art is the only NAAB accredited architecture school in northern New England.
About Norwich University
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