This Symposium is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DGE-1820609

Fraud Informatics Symposium

October 24, 2019, at Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC

The Pennsylvania State University and Oak Ridge Associated Universities' (ORAU) Fraud Informatics Symposium 2019 will be hosted by Fayetteville State University. The meeting will begin on Thursday, October 24, 2019, at 8:00 a.m. with registration and will end at 4:00pm.

Fayetteville State University is hosting the Fraud Informatics Symposium 2019 in support of the NSF Award DGE-1820609, Developing and Evaluating Fraud Informatics Curriculum among Institutions in the Appalachian Region.

The purpose of the Fraud Informatics Symposium is to introduce instructors and faculty members to a new curriculum, Fraud Informatics, developed by Dr. Dongwon Lee at PennState.

The Symposium will focus on development and implementation of the new curriculum, engage participants in discussions about the topics of Fraud Informatics, and recruit instructors and faculty members to deliver the curriculum to their students.

To offset expenses and enable broad representation of instructors from around the Appalachian region, Travel Awards will be given to 8 instructors.

To apply for the Travel Awards, please complete the application.

Fraud Informatics emphasizes the importance of information/ data processing and the involved information systems toward the detection and prevention of online frauds. Fraud Informatics levels up the scale and scope of the problem of online frauds from simple analytics to the whole dimensions of "informatics."

Speakers
Dr. Dongwon Lee, The Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Lynn Bible, Fayetteville State University
Dr. Neal Wagner, Systems & Technology Research

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday October 18, 2019.

All attendees must register for the meeting on the Registration page.