CERIAS has partnered with the Executive Women’s Forum to offer a research assistantship (RA) to an outstanding student from a historically underrepresented minority.
The goal of the EWF Assistantship program is to encourage an increase the number of women and other underrepresented minorities studying information security, assurance, privacy, resiliency or risk management. The CERIAS/Executive Women’s Research Assistantship recipient, known as “EWF Fellow,” will conduct research with a CERIAS affiliated faculty member and will have the opportunity to be mentored by an EWF participant who is at a senior level in the information assurance field.
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EWF Founder, Joyce Brocaglia, with the
2017 EWF Research Assistantship Recipient, Priyam Biswas