Berks to hold Computer Networking and Cyber Security Day for high schoolers

Penn State Berks will hold a Computer Networking and Cyber Security Day for Reading High School students from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, May 2. Approximately 20 students will attend the workshop in Room 209 of the Gaige Technology and Business Innovation Building, where they will be exposed to a day of activities related to computer networking and network security.  
 
Abdullah Konak, associate professor of information sciences and technology, and Sadan Kulturel-Konak, associate professor of management information systems, organized the first Computer Networking and Cyber Security Day in the spring of 2012, and it was well received by the students.
 
This event is made possible by a National Science Foundation grant, the Howard O. and Jean Beaver Endowment for Community Service, and the partnership with the Penn State Educational Partnership Program (PEPP) at Penn State Berks.
 
The Penn State Educational Partnership Program (PEPP) is an early-intervention collaboration between Penn State Berks and the Reading School District. The mission of the program is to enhance academic preparedness and motivation levels in its Reading School District participants to pursue higher education. 

For more information on Computer Networking and Cyber Security Day, contact Kulturel-Konak at 610-396-6137 or sadan@psu.edu.

Contacts: 

Dr. Sadan Kulturel-Konak

Work Phone: 
610-396-6137

Dr. Sadan Kulturel-Konak, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems, Penn State Berks

Last Updated April 25, 2013