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BGS IC CAE Students Visit WV Fusion Center and MU OSIX Program


On February 15, 2019, 16 IC CAE scholars from Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) visited the West Virginia Intelligence Fusion Center (Charleston, WV) and the Marshall University Open Source Intelligence Exchange (OSIX) Program.  At the West Virginia Intelligence Fusion Center, EKU students received a briefing from the center’s director who provided information on the responsibilities

BGS IC CAE Scholars Attend and Present at Intelligence and Cybersecurity Conference

The Citadel

On September 25-26, 2018, BGS IC CAE Scholars from Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) attended the 2018 Intelligence and Cybersecurity Conference hosted by The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.  In addition to their attendance, several EKU students presented original research on threat groups operating in the United States to include the Alt-Right, MS-13, Animal Liberation Front, and E

EKU Students Visit KOHS and KIFC


On October 19, 2018, students from Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) were guests of the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (KOHS) headquartered in Frankfort, KY.  The KOHS carries out multiple missions as mandated by the U.S.

DIA and ODNI Visit EKU


On September 19, 2018, representatives from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) visited campus for an information session with students and lunch hosted by BGS IC CAE.  During the information session, the representatives shared their advice and personal anecdotes regarding the application process.

NSA Provides Virtual Guest Lecture to BGS IC CAE Students

NSA Event

In a joint BGS IC CAE and HALT event on September 14, 2018, two representatives from the National Security Agency (NSA) graciously spent over an hour on a video call with BGS IC CAE students from Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) discussing the NSA and what they look for in new hires.

IC CAE Marshall Students & Staff Help Liberate Victims of Human Trafficking


A group of Marshall University’s Digital Forensics and Information Assurance students, faculty, and staff have assisted in the liberation of nearly 40 child trafficking victims and the arrest of 10 suspected traffickers. They did so through a partnership with the nonprofit group Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.).

Scholar Partners with Local Emergency Management to Translate Disaster Documents


BGS IC CAE scholar, Katie Wyant, completed a semester-long service activity with the local Madison County Emergency Management Agency (EMA)/Chemical Stockpike Emergency Preparendess Program (CSEPP).  During the service activity she translated triage and disaster signage into Spanish, which will be used in future exercises and in the case of an emergency.  Wyant also assisted with the

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