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    Pursue a Cybersecurity Career with this Generous NSF CyberCorps Scholarship


    Apply now for Michigan Tech’s 2021-22 cohort of Cybersecurity Scholars and jumpstart your cybersecurity career!

    The deadline to apply is June 1, 2021.

    This generous scholarship opportunity provides up to three years of tuition and annual stipend.

    Then, following completion of your degree, you’ll work in a cybersecurity-related position for a federal, state, local, or tribal agency for up to three years– a period equal to the length of your scholarship.

    See full guidelines, requirements, and application information on the SFS website: mtu.edu/sfs.


    Eligible Degree Programs

    1. BS in Cybersecurity (CyS)
    2. BS in Computer Network and System Administration (CNSA)
    3. BS in Computer Science (CS)
    4. BS in Software Engineering (SE)
    5. BS in Computer Engineering (CpE)
    6. BS in Electrical Engineering (EE)
    7. BS in Management Information Systems (MIS)
    8. MS in Cybersecurity

    Ready to apply? Visit mtu.edu/sfs

    Questions? Email sfs@mtu.edu


    The Michigan Tech SFS Program

    The SFS program at Michigan Tech involves multiple programs and departments, including the College of Computing and its departments of Applied Computing and Computer Science; the College of Engineering’s Department of  Electrical and Computer Engineering; and the College of Business’s Management Information Systems B.S. program. 

    “The U.S. is facing a significant shortage of well-trained and well-prepared cybersecurity professionals,” said Dr. Yu Cai, professor of applied computing and the principal investigator of the grant. “This new scholarship will continue to develop Michigan Tech’s national and international reputation as a leader and innovator in cybersecurity education, research and outreach activities.”

    The five-year, $3.3 million NSF grant provides up to three years of full scholarship support for 20 Michigan Tech undergraduate and graduate students.


    About the NSF Scholarship

    Protecting worldwide digital infrastructure has become an urgent focus of industry and government. And employment in this sector is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years.

    In response, the National Science Foundation CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service (SFS) program was introduced as a nationwide program to recruit and train the next generation of information technology professionals, industrial control system security professionals, and security managers.


    Start Your Cybersecurity Career with this Generous CyberCorps Scholarship


    Apply now for Michigan Tech’s 2021-22 cohort of Cybersecurity Scholars and jumpstart your cybersecurity career!

    The deadline to apply is June 1, 2021.

    This generous scholarship opportunity provides up to three years of tuition and annual stipend.

    Then, following completion of your degree, you’ll work in a cybersecurity-related position for a federal, state, local, or tribal agency for up to three years– a period equal to the length of your scholarship.

    See full guidelines, requirements, and application information on the SFS website: mtu.edu/sfs.


    Eligible Degree Programs

    1. BS in Cybersecurity (CyS)
    2. BS in Computer Network and System Administration (CNSA)
    3. BS in Computer Science (CS)
    4. BS in Software Engineering (SE)
    5. BS in Computer Engineering (CpE)
    6. BS in Electrical Engineering (EE)
    7. BS in Management Information Systems (MIS)
    8. MS in Cybersecurity

    Ready to apply? Visit mtu.edu/sfs

    Questions? Email sfs@mtu.edu


    The Michigan Tech SFS Program

    The SFS program at Michigan Tech involves multiple programs and departments, including the College of Computing and its departments of Applied Computing and Computer Science; the College of Engineering’s Department of  Electrical and Computer Engineering; and the College of Business’s Management Information Systems B.S. program. 

    “The U.S. is facing a significant shortage of well-trained and well-prepared cybersecurity professionals,” said Dr. Yu Cai, professor of applied computing and the principal investigator of the grant. “This new scholarship will continue to develop Michigan Tech’s national and international reputation as a leader and innovator in cybersecurity education, research and outreach activities.”

    The five-year, $3.3 million NSF grant provides up to three years of full scholarship support for 20 Michigan Tech undergraduate and graduate students.


    About the NSF Scholarship

    Protecting worldwide digital infrastructure has become an urgent focus of industry and government. And employment in this sector is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years.

    In response, the National Science Foundation CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service (SFS) program was introduced as a nationwide program to recruit and train the next generation of information technology professionals, industrial control system security professionals, and security managers.


    Undergrad Summer Lab Positions: Autonomous Driving Research


    Dr. Xiaoyong (Brian) Yuan, Applied Computing and Computer Science, is seeking several hourly paid undergraduate students to work in the areas of autonomous driving.

    The project is funded by MTU Research Excellence Fund (REF) and expected to begin in summer 2021 (7/1/2021).

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Passion for research in autonomous driving and machine learning
    • Solid programming skills in C, Python, Java, or related programming languages
    • Familiar with Linux OS

    To Apply

    To apply, please send a resume and a transcript to Dr. Yuan (xyyuan@mtu.edu).

    Dr. Yuan is a member of the Data Sciences and Cybersecurity research groups of the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC).