NUARI is proud to support The DoD Cyber Institutes in offering students experiential and immersive learning activities incorporating principles of cyber academics, critical thinking, analytical thinking, leadership, and written and oral communication.
The DoD Cyber Institutes continues to grow and expand its outreach as the organization recently established an essential social media presence on LinkedIn and Facebook.
To follow all the latest DoD Cyber Institutes happenings and news, please visit the below organizational social media pages:
LinkedIn – LinkedIn Page
Facebook – Facebook Page
Known as the DoD Senior Military College Cyber Institute, the pilot program formally launched in October 2020 with a $10 million grant from the Department of Defense. Norwich University is the lead institution in a consortium of the six senior military colleges designed to grow the nation’s pipeline of cybersecurity talent, filling crucial work roles in the Department of Defense.
The three grant awards are shared among the nation’s six senior military colleges: Norwich, Virginia Tech, Virginia Military Institute, The Citadel, University of North Georgia, and Texas A&M. The grant funds support academic year 2021-2024 pilot programming.
Jakon is the Senior Marketing and Strategic Communications Specialist for Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI). He develops and executes digital and social media awareness initiatives promoting NUARI's mission of enabling a resilient society through rapid research, development, and education in cybersecurity, defense technologies, and information warfare.More posts by Jakon Hays