CyberScholars

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Challenging the status quo and inspiring young women in tech

As a Cybersecurity and Center for Women in Technology Scholar from São Paulo, Brazil, Priscila de Almeida Feitosa ’22, computer science, found like-minded classmates at UMBC—students who wanted to change the status quo of representation in technology fields. 

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UMBC offers a national model for cyber workforce development, says new report

A recent Business-Higher Education Forum report calls Maryland the “epicenter of national cybersecurity.” It found that the University System of Maryland (USM) has made great progress in increasing the number of students who earn degrees in cyber-related fields, and that programs like those at UMBC can help meet growing demand for cybersecurity professionals.

UMBC Center for Cybersecurity receives funding from T. Rowe Price to support students

“This new collaboration with T. Rowe Price’s security team will provide great opportunities for our students to be exposed to cybersecurity in financial services and prepare them for promising careers protecting critical infrastructure,” says Anupam Joshi, director of the Center for Cybersecurity and chair of computer science and electrical engineering.

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