Transfer Pathways In Cybersecurity Education: Challenging Routes, Promising Practices, Possible Improvements
This paper identifies several varieties of transfer pathways and describes the current state of practice as they relate to cybersecurity degree programs. This paper also identifies some promising or potentially exemplary practices related to transfer pathways, both in general and related to cybersecurity education in particular, and concludes with a proposal for improving the transfer pathway system for cybersecurity education students.
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Cybersecurity Skills Journal Call for Peer Reviewers
Interested in helping raise the capability maturity of the cybersecurity workforce? Become a peer reviewer for the Cybersecurity Skills Journal and participate in a unique, constructive review process in which large peer reviewer panels assist authors in developing their research towards a scholarly rigorous, practically relevant publication.
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Call for Abstracts on Diversifying the Cybersecurity Workforce
Have an idea, thought, or experience you want to share regarding Diversifying the Cybersecurity Workforce? The Cybersecurity Skills Journal invites practitioners, scholars, and educators to explore, propose or report on systematic and rigorous investigations of the contributing causes, mediating or moderating influences, and evidence-based solutions for diversifying the cybersecurity workforce. Submit your proposed manuscripts, and CSJ will help publish them.
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Community College Cyber Summit Call for Proposals
Share your cybersecurity expertise and experience with others! The 2021 Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) is looking for proposals for breakout sessions for its upcoming event Nov. 5-7 at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. Entries can vary in length from half day, one day to one-, two- or three-hours and should fit into one of five tracks: Evidence-Based, Instruction, Practice, Program Development and Student. Proposals are due June 15.

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3CS 2021 Registration is Open
Get ready for loads of workshops and fun at the seventh annual Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) hosted at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, Nov. 5 -7. 3CS is the only national academic conference focused on cybersecurity education at community colleges.This year’s event features Cybersecurity Skills Development Workshops, a multitude of presentations and panel discussions, a Job Fair and Career Exploration, IBM CyberDay4Girls and Hackathons. Participants will also have several opportunities to discover Dayton.
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