North & South Dakota
Ceremony Details: In-person celebration is cancelled due to COVID-19 and respecting personal safety. Watch for a virtual celebration annoucmenet soon
Dakota State University is proud to host the 2019-20 Award for Aspirations in Computing ceremony in Madison, SD. Award recipients were selected for their aptitude and interest in IT and computing, solid leadership ability, good academic history, and plans for post-secondary education.
Dr. Pam Rowland and Dr. Ashely Podhradsky are thrilled to announce our 2020 CybHER Warrior is Diane Janosek, Commandant for the National Cryptologic School, NSA. Diane will be our NCWIT Aspirations Award keynote speaker, inspiring the next generation of young women in cyber sciences. Each year we award a CybHER warrior award, with the last awards going to Cynthia Hetherington, Liza Mundy and Alexis Perez- you can see the list here: https://www.cybher.org/cybher-warrior-awards/. These amazing women are always the keynote at the NCWIT Aspirations Award Ceremony, and we couldn’t be more thrilled that Diane Janosek has accepted our CybHER warrior award this year.
Dakota State University is a leader in technology degrees such as CyberOps, Network Security, Computer Science, Information Systems, and more. DSU has 42 degrees and all have technology components.
Dakota State University Coordinators:
Dr. Pam Rowland, CybHER Institute Director, Assistant Professor Beacom College of Computer and Cyber Sciences, Center of Excellence Coordinator
Dr. Ashley Podhradsky, Associate Dean Beacom College of Computer and Cyber Sciences
Rob Honomichl, Instructor Beacom College of Computer and Cyber Sciences, Teacher Award Promotion
Coordinator Dakota State University Contact: Pam Rowland, CybHER Institute Director
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