Briefings for faculty, staff and students to learn about the proposed National Cyber Intelligence Center are scheduled for May 3 and 4 in University Center 116.
At noon May 3 and 8 a.m. May 4, Terry Schwartz, interim provost, Martin Wood, senior vice chancellor, University Advancement, R. “Dan” Dandapani, dean, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and Army Lt. General (Ret.) Ed Anderson, executive director of strategic military, science, space and security initiatives, Office of the Chancellor, and interim NCIC director, will present an update on the cyber intelligence center and answer questions.
Drinks and cookies will be provided for the May 3 meeting and coffee and doughnuts for the May 4 event.
Faculty and staff are invited to attend to learn about the center under development with university, state and local support.