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New Program Manager Hopes to Make a Degree in Cyber More Accessible

by Tim Brunicardi

Mark D. Riley is Hocking College’s new Cyber Security Program Manager.

Riley was born at Clark Air Base in The Philippines and raised in Athens, Ohio. A graduate of Alexander High School, Riley went on to earn both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Ohio University.

Franklin University's Cyber Defense Program Recognized by Homeland Security

by Tim Brunicardi

Franklin University was recently recognized by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) through the academic year 2024.   

Stubbornness & Persistence Takes Student from Farmer to Computer Science Major

by Tim Brunicardi

When Southern Ohio native Andrea Chatfield moved to Athens in 2012, her ambition was to become an organic farmer. Then, three years later, an unexpected shoulder injury led her to a pivotal crossroads moment in her life.

The Benefits of Getting a College Degree in the Computer Science Industry

by Tim Brunicardi

While there are many self-taught people who enter the computer science industry without a degree, there are many advantages to having one which could ultimately make the difference between getting a job and having a career.

G-Tech Summit Prepares Students To Be Future Ready

by Tim Brunicardi

The G-Tech Summit, which will take place on August 6 at Genoa Area High School, will be the third annual G-Tech Summit. This event is a personalized learning opportunity for all educators. The summit will focus on the following topics:

Cisco Partnership Offers Hocking College Students Several Benefits

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College currently has a professional partnership with Cisco Networking Academy. For over 20 years, this academy has been providing programs that promote both IT and career-building skills to over 7.8 million students in 180 countries.

April 6-14 is National Robotics Week

by Tim Brunicardi

It's currently National Robotics Week (RoboWeek) which involves a series of events and activities during the month of April designed to celebrate the significance of the U.S. robotics industry. This is also an opportunity to recognize the tremendous social and cultural impact robotics has made on our society.

How Tech Clubs Are Teaching Students Valuable Life Skills

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

According to an article on Education Dive, tech clubs in public schools are helping students obtain essential business and leadership skills.

New Program Matches Employers to Qualified Veterans

by Tim Brunicardi

Thanks to the new Talent Bridge for Veterans program, service members and veterans will have an easier time transitioning into the civilian workforce.

Shortage of Computer Science Classes Causes Competition Among Students

by Tim Brunicardi

New York Times article The Hard Part of Computer Science Class? Getting a Seat. reveals that a record-number of students across the U.S. aren’t able to secure a seat in computer science classes.

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