Who We Are

Socio-Cybersecurity at Norfolk State University aims to infuse cybersecurity within the social science undergraduate curricula through experiential learning. The project is funded by the National Science Foundation, HBCU-UP Targeted Infusion Project.

Who We Are

The main objectives of the project as follows:

1. Integrate cybersecurity into existing undergraduate sociology and criminal justice courses.

2. Host workshops to train social science faculty to teach cybersecurity content.

3. Replicate the modules beyond sociology and criminal justice programs.

4. Create a new socio-cybersecurity course at NSU.

Meet Our Team

Carlene Turner

Carlene Buchanan Turner, PhD.

Associate Professor : Sociology, NSU
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Claude Turner, PhD.

Associate Professor : Computer Science, NSU
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Robert K. Perkins, PhD.

Associate Professor : Sociology, NSU
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Cheryl Hinds, PhD.

Assistant Professor : Computer Science, NSU
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Yuying Shen, PhD.

Assistant Professor : Sociology, NSU
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Jonathan Graham, PhD.

Professor : Computer Science, NSU
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Kianga R. Thomas, EdD.

Associate Professor : School of Education, NSU
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Anthony Joseph, PhD.

Professor : Computer Science, Pace University