Please join us for a dialog moderated by former Director of National Intelligence, Hon. J. Michael McConnell, VADM, USN (Ret.), along with national policy makers and leaders from Congress and the Executive Branch on closing the U.S. cybersecurity talent gap. Addressing this gap must become a top national priority that mobilizes government, the private and public sectors, and our educational institutions.

Just confirmed: General Paul Nakasone, USA, Commander, U.S. Cyber Command, and Director, National Security Agency

Date: Thursday, November 29, 2018
Location: Russell Senate Office Building, Room 325, Washington, DC
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Cost: Free

Good networking and goodwill were in full display at the 7th Annual NIU Homecoming Brunch at the Patton Club on scenic and historic Fort Myer in Arlington, VA on Sunday, 4 November 2018. Alumnus Chris Tomney ’93, (RADM, USCG Ret) provided keynote remarks that were “light, tight, and engaging” according to his classmate and alumni relations director, Tom Van Wagner. NIU President Dr. Scott Cameron provided a campus update to the crowd that included alumni, current and former faculty, current students, friends and family. Alumni Association President Mike Nienhaus ’07 had the final word as he closed the event by encouraging alumni to volunteer to help the organization – which is already nearing 500 members – grow into an alumni network “second to none.” (Photo by Kathy Bowles)

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