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The Secure teacher Education on Cybersecurity by Utilizing Research Experiences (SECURE) was a six-week research experience for Brazos Valley high school teachers and community college faculty. This Research Experiences for Teachers program provided an opportunity for the teachers and faculty to gain new knowledge and insights about engineering research in the area of cybersecurity. Participants discovered the necessary tools and research to build new classroom curriculum related to cybersecurity at their respective institutions. The program goals were the following:

  • Increase cybersecurity curriculum offerings
  • Encourage more students to explore cybersecurity careers
  • Increase exposure to the broad range of cybersecurity applications

Eligible Participants Were:

  • Secondary math, computer science, and career and technical education teachers from Allen Academy; and the Bryan, College Station and Navasota independent school districts
  • Engineering, math and computer science faculty from Blinn College (Bryan campus)