The Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier

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    Eelke Folmer

    Gauging any interest from teams at DRI/UNLV to collaborate on one of NSF 10 big ideas. The future of work at the human-technology frontier will bring together NSF research communities to conduct basic scientific research on the interaction of humans, society, and technology that will help shape the future of work to increase opportunities for workers and productivity for the American economy.

    We have several faculty in robotics/cybersecurity to maybe write a proposal in the area of advanced manufacturing/ smart cities. If you are interested in participating please let us know.

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    Meghan Collins

    Hi Eelke,

    We could collaborate on such a project by contributing to the workforce development dimension for cybersecurity. DRI recently launched a middle skills training program in collaboration with SANS. The program involves a SANS certification followed by a semester-long, hands-on internship to apply and practice key aptitudes.

    Let me know if you would like to chat more.

    Meghan

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