Cybersecurity is the most rapidly expanding field as more and more of our personal data becomes available online. The need to protect this data and thus protect Americans is the foundation for forming our new CyberGym program. Within the CyberGym, undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to participate in research at the forefront of the cybersecurity field.
Despite the recent drumbeat talking down the value of college education over cost, the statistics are clear: Pricetag notwithstanding, a college degree still provides a range of advantages that those without a degree generally don’t enjoy.
Digital Original: UA-Little Rock engineer with Star Wars ties directs Emerging Analytics Center, bringing human touch to virtual worlds
Well, we’ve seen it in Sci-Fi movies and even children’s cartoons, but one virtual project nearing the completion at the University of Arkansas Little Rock is showing that future might be closer than we think.
Google Grant Allows UA Little Rock To Provide Free Cloud-Based Cybersecurity Labs for Arkansas Students
A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has received a $10,000 Google grant that will help provide free cloud-based cybersecurity labs for junior high and high school students in Arkansas.