Faculty honored at ATMAE conference
Amy Frank, director of community college and military outreach for the Department of Technology Systems, was awarded the ATMAE Excellence for Women in Technology, Management and Applied Engineering Award at the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering’s annual conference. The award, created in 2011, recognizes women who have achieved 10-plus years of significant accomplishments in industry or academia in the field.
Jeanne-Marie Lawrence, teaching instructor in the Department of Technology Systems, was awarded the Rudsill Award at the conference and was inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau International Honor Society for Technology.
Two graduate students, Tolulope Awojana and Nicholas Hempenius, of MS Network Technology in the Department of Technology Systems attended the conference to compete in the student poster competition.
The poster titles of Awojana and Hempenius were “Web Applications Attack and Defense In Game Based Learning Systems” and “Cybersecurity Competitive Labs as a Service (CLaaS): A Game-Based Interactive Learning System,” respectively. Both researches were supervised by Dr. Te-Shun Chou and based upon work supported by the Secure & Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) Program of the National Science Foundation. Awojana won first prize and Hempenius won second place.