Course Info Session: Designing for Defense, Spring 2021

Graduate students and upper-level undergraduates are invited to attend two upcoming info sessions for “Designing for Defense” in spring 2021. 

D4D is an award-winning, DoD-sponsored national service program at CU. CU D4D has some of the highest FCQs on campus, sending students on paid travel to the Pentagon and Fort Bragg, and providing paid internship opportunities for D4D students with corporate partner SAP. 

In D4D, interdisciplinary teams of high-performing engineering and business students work closely with the military to solve real-world national security challenges.  We hope you will consider applying!

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DETAILS: "Designing for Defense" (CYBR 5550, CSCI 5550, ASEN 5519)

In D4D, students get to work on real-world national security challenges, in close coordination with national security agencies and local technology mentors.  Previous sponsors include the Army, Navy, Air Force, Special Operations Command, the Joint Staff and NORAD. 

Co-taught by engineering and business faculty, interdisciplinary student teams apply Lean Startup entrepreneurship techniques to develop business concepts to solve contemporary national security challenges. For most students, this will be the closest they get to their national security community in their lifetime.

Dial-In Information

Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Virtual Event