UHM CyberCorps SFS Home

 News and Events

  • We will hold an information session about the NSF UHM SFS at 4pm to 5pm at Holmes Hall 485 on March 5th, 2019 (Tue). Please join us if you are interested.

  • We are always interested in recruiting new students. Please send your resume and unofficial transcripts to Prof. Yingfei Dong at yingfei@hawaii.edu for UHM SFS related questions.
  • UHM SFS Scholars
    • Fall 2018
      • Troy Carson, ICS, senior
      • Tyler Chong, ICS, junior
      • Michael Serai, ICS senior
      • Dylan Tokita, EE MS
      • Matthew Troglia, EE PhD

    • Spring 2017
      • Isaac Lee, EE junior
    • Fall 2017
      • Elena Barbour, EE MS
      • Garrett Johnson, EE MS (graduated in May 2018)
    • Spring 2017
      • Dallas Greene, ICS junior 
    • Fall 2016
      • Jason Castiglione, EE PhD
      • Mark Nelson, ICS PhD
  • 10/22/2018 Please send your questions/application files in electronic formats (PDF or Word) to yingfei@hawaii.edu. Application Deadline is set to March15th, 2019. 
    • The evaluation will start right after the deadline. If the application package is not complete (e.g., missing recommendation letters), the application may not be considered
  • 05/11/2018 Congratulations! Mr. Garrett Johnson, our first graduate! Master in Electrical Engineering.
  • 04/30/2018 Welcome five new SFS scholars joined UHM CyberCorps program!
  • 02/16/2018 We will host an SFS information session at 5pm-6pm on Feb 23rd (Friday) at Post 302. Interested students please take this opportunities to know some details of the SFS program and our UHM activities.
  • 01/09/2018 SFS Job Fair at DC.

  • 11/28/2017 Please send your questions/application files in electronic formats (PDF or Word) to uhm.sfs@gmail.com. Application Deadline is set to March16th, 2018.  The evaluation will start right after the deadline. If the application package is not complete (e.g., missing recommendation letters), the application may not be considered.  
  • 11/02/2017 Please participate the NSA CodeBreaker Challenge if you are interested in our program. 
    • https://codebreaker.ltsnet.net/challenge
  • 09/10/2017 For new applications, please directly contact with Prof. Yingfei Dong for UHM SFS related questions at yingfei@hawaii.edu
  • 03/31/2017 Due to many requests, the application deadline is extended to April 15th, 2017. In order to be considered for this year scholarship, please make sure you have all application documents submitted on time.
  • 02/26/2017 Please ask your references directly send signed-and-scanned letters (in PDF format) to yingfei@hawaii.edu.
  • 02/02/2017 Please send your files in electronic formats (such as PDF or Word format) to yingfei@hawaii.edu by 12pm on March 31st, 2017 (tentative deadline).  The evaluation will start in April. If the application package is not complete (e.g., missing recommendation letters), the application may not be considered.  
  • 01/04/2017 NSF CyberCorps SFS Award Ceremony
  • 12/15/2016 We are awarded with a new 5-year SFS grant from 2017 to 2022 (supporting about 6 students per year). We are looking for new applicants. Application information will be available here soon. Please contact with Prof. Yingfei Dong at yingfei@hawaii.edu for more details. 
  • 12/01/2016. NSF Site visit lunch meeting at H240C at 12pm.
  • 11/22/2016:  Potential candidates. NSF will visit us on Dec. 1st, 2016. We will organize a student lunch meeting with the NSF director to meet potential candidates. Please send your CV and transcripts to Prof. Dong, if you are interested. 
  • 08/12/16: Please send your files in electronic formats such as PDF or Word format by 12pm Aug. 15th. Consider mails may not be on time. The evaluation will start asap. If your files are late, you may miss the opportunity. 
  • 07/27/16: A seminar is scheduled at 4pm at Holmes Hall 389 on Aug 8th, 2016. We will introduce the SFS details.  
  • 07/27/16: Please email your applications to yingfei@hawaii.edu. In the meantime, we really like to meet each applicant in person for a short chat.
  • UH SFS Related Information and Updates will be at this Site. 
  • The tentative deadline is coming soon. Please submit your application documents before this date.

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