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HBCU National Security Research & Development Summit
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The HBCU National Security Research & Development Summit is sponsored by Howard University & CRC .

Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU's) National Security Information Technology (IT) and Research & Development (R&D) Summit is sponsored by Howard University's Vice President of Research Dr. Bruce Jones. The Summit is a one-day forum to connect HBCU leadership with National Security leadership. The event is designed to exchange ideas on ways HBCU's can participate in the National Security Community - from student educational opportunities in Research & Development, to Information Technology, Cyber Security, and Technology Transfer. The program is designed to help principal investigators, researchers, post-docs, students, and administrators gain a better understanding of National Security trends and requirements 5-10 years out so HBCU's can create strategic plans to support the National Security communities' needs in Information technology and R&D. The program is also designed to prepare the next generation of students to enter the workforce as employees, entrepreneurs and researchers at these institutions to satisfy the long term strategic needs of HBCU's mission to educate and the National Security Communities' mission to protect this country

Location: Founders Browsing Room & Channing Pollock Room (102H)
Sponsor: University Office of Research
Contact: Pamela Clarke
E-Mail pamela.a.clarke@Howard.edu
202 806 6933
Apr 2019
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