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Christina Batcheler

Christina Batcheler Program Operations & Public Relations Specialist Research Partnerships & Grants Initiative, School of Business & Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE), Volgenau School of Engineering George Mason University http://business.gmu.edu/partnerships-grants/ http://care.gmu.edu/ cbatchel@gmu.edu P: 703-993-3746 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030 *For our latest news, please go to our blog at: https://business.gmu.edu/blog/tech/category/research/ *To receive our news via email periodically, please send your email to: cbatchel@gmu.edu. *Follow our tweets at: https://twitter.com/masoncyber *Join our Meetup Group for upcoming events at: https://www.meetup.com/Cybersecurity-Innovation-Forum/

Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) Launches in Virginia

The Commonwealth Cyber Initiative recently launched which is a network that engages institutions of higher education, industry, and government, along with non-governmental and economic development organizations to cyber-related research, education, and engagement. The vision is to build an ecosystem of cyber-related research, education, and engagement that positions the Commonwealth as a world leader of cybersecurity. […]

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NSF Announces New Funding Opportunities Worth $200 Million in Artificial Intelligence Research, AI-Powered Innovation

The National Science Foundation recently announced the creation of a new program that will advance research in Artificial Intelligence (AI). It will also accelerate the development of transformational, AI-powered innovation by allowing researchers to focus on larger-scale, longer-term research. The National Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes program anticipates approximately $120 million in grants next year to […]

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Supporting the Research Interests of School of Business Term Faculty by Rich Klimoski, Professor, Management and Psychology; Director, Faculty Research

The School of Business currently enrolls more than 5,000 students in business education. To meet this demand, it currently employs 120 full-time faculty. This academic year approximately half of this number have been recruited and hired as Term faculty. As such, their primary responsibility is to teach, promote learning and the professional development of our […]

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Scaling Local Government Cybersecurity – Written by Marissa Da Silva on September 26th, 2019

Scaling Local Government Cybersecurity – Written by Marissa Da Silva on September 26th, 2019 With the increasing reliance upon information technology, cybersecurity is strategic imperative for communities across the United States. Unfortunately, many cities don’t have sufficient budgets or expertise when it comes to addressing the cybersecurity challenge. Jean-Pierre (J.P) Auffret, director, research partnerships, School […]

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