Cybersecurity Camp for Middle School Students
June 7-11, 2021 – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The University of Tulsa, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences is hosting a week long GenCyber Tulsa summer day camp for Middle School Students. The camp’s goal is stimulate student awareness of and interest in cybersecurity topics and careers.
- The GenCyber summer camp is a comprehensive and activity-based program for middle school students entering the seventh and eighth grades in the fall 2021.
- The camp will introduce cybersecurity concepts such as defense in depth, confidentiality, availability, thinking like an adversary and keeping it simple.
- Students are not required to have prior knowledge or experience in cybersecurity, programming or computers.
- Students will learn about network security, cyber ethics, cryptography, block programming, Python programming, gaming and many other interesting topics in current technology.
- GenCyber Camps have been generously funded by a grant from the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation. There is no cost to a student to attend.
- GenCyber Tulsa is a non-residential camp.
For additional information please contact Professor Kimberly Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org
GenCyber Tulsa is limited to 36 participants. Applications will be accepted until Thursday, April 29 at 12:00 pm. Please do not submit multiple entries for the same child – duplicate entries will be deleted.