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Models for Information Assurance Education and Outreach: A Report on Year 2 Implementation


"Models for Information Assurance Education and Outreach" (MIAEO) is an NSF-funded, three-year project to support hands-on explorations in "network security" and "cryptography" through Research Experience Vitalizing Science-University Program (REVS-UP) at California State University, Bakersfield. In addition, the program incorporates components of curriculum development for undergraduate students and public forums for community members. During the second year of grant operation, MIAEO supported completion of five research projects in the "Information Assurance" domain. The hands-on exploration occurred during a four-week summer section and involved two professors, two university student assistants, two K-12 teachers, and 18 high school students. Besides evaluating the REVS-UP impact, this report includes assessment of compelling evidence in program development across the levels of "Intended Curriculum", "Implemented Curriculum", and "Attained Curriculum". Feedback from the community outreach events has been gathered to show significant improvement of service outcome over last year. The report concludes with four recommendations to sustain the program effectiveness in the third year. The following are appended: (1) Poster Presentations of Five IA Research Projects; and (2) ISPS Speaker Event.


Wang, J. Models for Information Assurance Education and Outreach: A Report on Year 2 Implementation. Retrieved April 25, 2019 from .

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