IT Students Tour Washington, DC

Undergraduate and graduate IT students joined faculty members last week for a Study Away in DC experience. The trip was hosted by the School of Computing's Dr. Kevin Floyd, associate dean, Dr. Kembley Lingelbach, IT department chair, and Dr. Vicky Sandoval, IT graduate studies coordinator.

MGA IT students at the Macon airport.

Students and faculty stayed at the Catholic University of America, a central location to many Washington, DC area exhibits and attractions.

In addition to sightseeing and traditional Washington, DC experiences, the students toured the National Security Agency, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). The group also learned more about national strategies for cybersecurity at the National Security Agency (NSA) Headquarters in Maryland. 

IT students tour DC.

IT students who attended the trip are:

ITEC 4299: Jovontia Jordan, Amy Mobley, Tilahun Muche, and Brianna Terrell

ITEC 6299: John Joyce

IT students tour the Secret Service Wash Field Office.