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Programs and Initiatives

Promoting the Common Good

Regis University computing faculty are actively involved in programs and activities that connect with and influence the community. These initiatives promote and facilitate technical education, improved organizational performance, IT employment opportunities and a better quality of life.

Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

This two-day event simulates a business cyberattack scenario, affording college students the opportunity to test the cyber security skills, knowledge and abilities against industry experts. Eight university teams receive real-world experience in a controlled environment.

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Porter-Billups Leadership Academy

Instructor Mai Vu teamed up with PBLA teacher Steve Guydo to offer cybertech classes as part of the curriculum.

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The National Center for Women and Information Technology

Regis University received a $10,000 gift from the National Center for Women and Information Technology to support the recruitment and retention of women in computer science and other related degrees via the Learning Circles Project.

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Enterprise Systems Engineering Summer Internship

This program gives students selected from Denver Public Schools an opportunity to work with faculty for six-week paid engagement.

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TechNation Careers

In partnership with Regis University, TechNation works toward bringing social change for refugees and immigrants living in the US through technical training and job placement. Their unique program is in partnership with major corporations and refugee resettlement agencies to address the income disparity for this international population.

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