This project addresses ways to improve the national shortage of talent to meet the economic and national security threats posed by cyber attacks, which is expectd to worsen as potential students migrate away from information technology fields.
Team members will use the dataset created for this project to conduct analyses that strengthen collective understanding of how resources influence armed conflict. Professor Asal will assist in the research leading to publishing a paper on the topic.
Mathias Vuille will use high-resolution, precisely dated and quantitative reconstruction of the South American summer monsoon to improve understanding of its sensitivity to past and future changes in radiative forcing.
The Center for Human Services Research proposes to conduct an evaluability assessment of the Youth and Police Initiative, a program run and operated by the North American Family Institute, which aims to reduce delinquency and violence amongst at-risk youth.