Getting on track

The three planned tracks for the Cyber Services program include:

    * Scholarship track: Open to schools with computer-aided education/ Internet-aided education (CAE/IAE) certification or equivalent programs.

    * Faculty development: To help CAE/IAE schools conduct activities for faculty teams from non-CAE/IAE schools to develop expertise in information assurance.

    * Institutional development: To help non-CAE/IAE schools develop institutional capacity in information assurance.

The final solicitation is expected to be available in August on the National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education Web site.

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