Math & Cybersecurity Summer Camp

Program Contact:

DP Adhikari, Ph.D.
adhikari@maryu.marywood.edu
Center for Natural and Health Science (CNHS) building, Room 339

(570) 348-6211 ext. 2375

Administrative Assistant:

Marcie Gaughan
mgaughan@marywood.edu
Center for Natural and Health Science (CNHS) building, Room 350
(570) 348-6265

Samantha Wigley

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Class of 2019

At Marywood, I earned a Bachelor’s degree in both Computer Science and Information Security, with a minor in Math. I am currently working as a web/software developer and a business analyst. The Computer Science program encouraged me to not only work hard but to also have a passion for the material. The small class sizes allows students to have an interactive experience, in part creating a eminent learning environment. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with my professors and fellow classmates at the university.

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The 2016 Summer Camp in Mathematics and Cybersecurity

  • Interested in computers and cybersecurity?
  • Love Math?
  • Curious how math can be applied to the real world?
  • Don't know what to do with all the free time you have in the summer?
  • Want to have fun?

Join the Mathematics and Cybersecurity Summer Camp at Marywood, and you will

  • Find other like-minded geeks and nerds (such as your instructors)
  • Learn what makes your internet communication secure and what makes it not secure
  • Learn how mathematics is connected to cybersecurity
  • Build computer programs for data encryption and decryption
  • Enjoy some intense and awesome fun for two weeks!

The summer camp will be held at Marywood University and taught by expert Mathematics and Computer Science faculty with doctoral degrees.

  • Dates: Aug 1st through the 12th 2016 (Monday through Friday for two full weeks)
  • Hours: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (lunch provided at no additional cost)
  • Grades: 10, 11 and 12 (for next academic year)
  • Cost: $350 per student

A field trip is also scheduled on Aug. 5th to the Museum of Mathematics in New York("the coolest thing that ever happened to math") (no additional cost and attendance is optional).

The camp is limited to 20 students maximum. To ensure your spot, make sure you send in your application as early as you can.