The security ambassadors program will identify faculty  from our workshops and the Build-a-Lab program who can acquire a leadership role in teaching with and disseminating the injection modules. These faculty – primarily from community colleges – will be encouraged to submit to conferences and hold workshops.

Provisions:

  1. Two faculty/year from community colleges will participate in the program
  2. A total stipend of $500 (spread over two years)
  3. Help (if needed) in developing conference posters, papers, and/or workshop proposals on secure coding
  4. Partial travel support for a regional conference to hold a secure coding workshop

Expectations of ambassadors:

  1. In Year 1 – the Security Ambassador will be expected to hold a secure coding workshop in their home institution
  2. In Year 2 – the Security Ambassador will be expected to hold a secure coding workshop/present paper at regional conference (with travel support)
  3. The Security Ambassadors will be expected to work on secure coding education in the future

To apply for the program it is required that faculty first participate in the Build-a-Lab program. Please contact the program PIs if you are interested in being an Security Ambassador.

 

 

 
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