Hall of Fame

Institutions

Each of the following educational institutions has distinguished themselves as leaders and pioneers in providing exceptional and quality education to their students in the profession of cyber security. Each of the listed institutions has placed in the top two positions in Michigan collegiate cyber defense competitions and qualifiers, has shared resources and skills in advancing cyber defense skills in the State of Michigan, and is recognized by both industry and academic professionals as a leader in cyber defense education.

Baker College of Flint

www.baker.edu The Baker College student cyber defense team has placed first and second in multiple Michigan collegiate cyber defense qualifiers and competitions. At the present they are the only educational institution in the country to have won the national championship twice. Baker College of Flint is leading the way in cyber defense education and has hosted several competitive events.

Davenport University, Lettinga Campus

www.davenport.edu The Davenport University student cyber defense team has placed first and second in multiple Michigan collegiate cyber defense qualifiers and competitions. They have provided support and resources necessary to conduct state collegiate cyber defense qualifiers and competitions and have demonstrated superior student skills in these activities.

Jackson Community College

www.jccmi.edu The Jackson Community College student cyber defense team has shown remarkable skill in taking second place in their first collegiate cyber defense competition and qualifier, and for hosting a mid-west regional cyber defense competition. The skills demonstrated by their student team has set the highest standards for community colleges in the state of Michigan.


Individuals

The industry and academic advisory board of the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Network awarded Pete Anderson, a faculty member at Davenport University, the 2018 Cyber Security and Networking Instructor of the Year.  Mr. Anderson was presented with this award during the 13th annual 2019 Michigan Cyber Defense Qualifier and Assessment on February 16th 2019 by Michigan CCDN Board President James Lewis and attending board members. Mr. Anderson received this award by way of unanimous vote of his peers for his unyielding dedication to his students, his institution and this profession.  His award reads:

The Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Network
Officially Awards

Peter Anderson 

The 2018 Cyber Security and Networking Instructor of the Year
We, the Industry and Academic Advisory Board,unanimously present this award in recognition of many years of dedication to the academic development,support and advancement of networking and cyber security education in the State of Michigan.  
Presented this day, February 16th, 2019