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TCP Program moving to Department of Computer Science

June 16, 2020

TCP will retain its identity and continue to offer an MS, BAM and certificate in Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy, as well as serving PhD students already in the program.

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It’s Not the Plane, It’s the Payload: A 21st-Century Solution for Armed Overwatch

June 8, 2020

Vincent Wroble, a research assistant for TCP, recently published an article for RealClear Defense on U.S. Special Operations Command's plans for a new armed overwatch program.

5 PhD and 53 MS students commenced from the TCP Program on May 15, 2020.

TCP Newsletter - June 2020

June 2, 2020

Celebrating our 2020 graduates, staff spotlight of TCP's advisor Harrison Sloan, student recognition for fellowships and awards, summer 6th-12th grade camps, upcoming events, DNA hacking and other news, and internships and fellowships.

Harrison Sloan, a TCP faculty member

Faculty Spotlight - Harrison Sloan

May 31, 2020

Harrison Sloan is a Graduate Admissions and Academic Advisor in the CU Boulder TCP Program. TCP's Garrett Schumacher discussed Harrison’s professional background and experience in the TCP program with him, and he had some great insights to share.

Irena Stevens

Irena Stevens wins 2020 CU Boulder Graduate School Summer Fellowship

May 25, 2020

Irena Stevens, a PhD student in the TCP program, has been unanimously nominated by TCP faculty and selected for the 2020 CU Boulder Graduate School Summer Fellowship to complete her dissertation on how wireless permitting processes can be improved to streamline deployment of small cells in the Rights of Way while achieving compromise with local policy goals.

Rahil Gandotra, a PhD in TCP student

TCP PhD Student Rahil Gandotra recognized for outstanding teaching

May 14, 2020

Rahil Gandotra, a TCP PhD student, was recently awarded the prestigious Marinus Smith Award. Each year, a group of campus-wide faculty and staff members are selected for the award because of their positive impact on students.

MS in TCP students penetration testing a DNA sequencer

DNA: Goldmine for Hackers?

May 12, 2020

Genetic data is some of the most valuable personal information we have. But protections and assurances around its collection and storage lag behind those built into consumer products, like Social Security numbers. Shifting that dynamic to favor user security is a problem that students in the Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy Program are exploring as part of a graduate capstone project funded by GeneInfoSec.

Faculty named senior fellows and distinguished advisors as Silicon Flatirons

TCP Newsletter - May 2020

May 5, 2020

Student spotlight of Kathleen Crone, TCP students' plans for summer jobs, internships and fellowships, students' high-ranking results in a recent NSIN online cybersecurity challenge, TCP faculty named senior fellows and distinguished advisors at Silicon Flatirons, and the latest news and upcoming events relevant to tech, cyber and policy at CU Boulder.

Roni Mukherjee, Jasmine Bascom, Zhang Liu, and Shannon Brunston

TCP Students Keeping Busy Over the Summer with Internships, Jobs and Fellowships

May 1, 2020

With the end of Spring classes in sight and summer vacation just around the corner, the TCP program checked in with some of our students to find out what their plans are for their break from classes. From internships to full-time jobs, our students will be keeping busy this summer!

Kathleen Crone

Student Spotlight - Kathleen Crone

April 28, 2020

Kathleen “Kat” Crone, Esq. is a non-degree seeking student who is enrolled in the TCP program’s Introduction to Cybersecurity course (CYBR 5300). Recently, TCP had the pleasure of chatting with Kathleen and learning more about her experience as a non-traditional student and how she is applying what she has learned in the TCP program to her career.

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