Group of students collaborating, working on their computers.

Pace Cybersecurity Academic Partnership (PCAP)

The Pace Cybersecurity Academic Partnership (PCAP) aims to establish a pipeline of candidates for Pace’s cybersecurity program through collaboration with two-year colleges or programs, and to contribute Pace’s cybersecurity education and research experiences to student activities and faculty development in partner colleges.

PCAP supports a set of academic activities for both students and faculty from Pace and its partner colleges including:

  • student workshops
  • collaborative research teams
  • faculty development workshops
  • faculty collaborative working group
  • attending conferences

Visit the PCAP website for more information.


Supported by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation, the GenCyber program provides summer cybersecurity camp experiences for students and teachers at the K–12 level.

Programmers won’t look like they used to. Not if⁠ Professor Pauline Mosley has her way. She’s opening the⁠ door to computer science for women and minority⁠ communities and teaching her students how to use⁠ their tech skills for the greater good. Her efforts⁠ extend from high school students in the GenCyber⁠ program she runs to advocacy and mentorship for⁠ women in tech.