Service Projects

Scholarship For Service Program

CSPRI provides government-funded full scholarships to students for study in their chosen major that offer government job experience upon graduation to deepen learning. Sponsors for this Scholarship for Service (SFS) program are the National Science Foundation and the Department of Homeland Security. Learn more about this program under the scholarships section.


National Cyber League

CSPRI is a founding member of the National Cyber League (, created to encourage education-based games for students on a national level that provide competency assessment based on lab and game performance. 



CSPRI supports the National CyberWatch Center (, a network of more than 100 academic institutions focusing on developing a stronger cyber security workforce. It provides outreach to private sector organizations, project and support services for the Mid Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, and Business Development strategies for the Center.


University Seminar Series

CSPRI, in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, has joined a cooperative effort with the School of Media and Public Affairs in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the Institute for International Economic Policy in the Elliot School of International Affairs, and the Law School to present a seminar, Emerging Issues in Internet Freedom and Governance, that covers interrelated areas of international Internet policy that are prominent in public and scholarly debate and will shape the contours of the future global Internet.  Running themes include the tensions between freedom and (cyber)security, privacy and publicity, and commercial development and the public good.  The series events frame the underlying issues and address competing prescriptive measures, such as industry self-regulation and transparency reporting, as well as the technological implications and constraints. Click to see events, schedule, supporting background material, etc.


Cyber Bridges To Building Trust

This project involves a program of academic exchanges, seminars and collaborative research on technical and policy issues related to information and cyber security and privacy and related topics.  This work assists current practitioners, scholars, and the next generation of information and communications technology experts to become more proficient in information security technology measures and to become aware of the importance of various related policy ramifications.  Click here to learn more.


Middle School Girls Cybersecurity Camp

The Middle School Girls Cybersecurity Camp will be held June 19 to June 30th, 2017 at the Mount Vernon Campus of the George Washington University. This is a two-week, all inclusive summer program at the Mount Vernon Campus of the George Washington University in Washington, DC funded by the US National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation. The program is available, without charge, to girls in middle school who have interest in learning about the world in all areas but specifically in science, computers or math as well as developing cybersecurity skills and learning about careers in the cybersecurity workforce. The program includes field trips to the National Cryptologic Museum and the Spy Museum. Moreover, the participants will meet with some of the most prominent members of the cybersecurity field during special guest visits. The girls will also be able to enjoy recreational activities at the Mount Vernon Campus every day.  Details are at