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Virginia Tech Undergraduate Student Awarded Electronic Warfare Scholarship

Jul 25, 2017

This month, the Association of Old Crows Capitol Club Chapter announced that Virginia Tech undergraduate student Sterling Davis has been awarded the Spring 2017 Electronic Warfare Scholarship. Davis is a Computer Engineering student who works as an undergraduate research assistant with the Hume Center for National Security and Technology, researching the cyber-physical systems security implications of Bluetooth headsets and how unsecured transmissions can be monitored externally. He will be awarded the scholarship at an AOC Capitol Club event later this summer.

The Association of Old Crows is an international professional organization specializing in electronic warfare, tactical information operations, and associated disciplines. The Capitol Club Chapter of the AOC provides scholarship awards to Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, preparing students for potential careers in electronic defense and warfare. The Electronic Warfare Scholarship is awarded to one Virginia Tech graduate student each winter and to one Virginia Tech undergraduate student each spring. More information about the award can be found here.


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