HUNTSVILLE – In following its tradition of supporting academic institutions that focus on engineering, cyber or technology, Trideum recently presented a check to the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering for $100,000.
Trideum CEO Van Sullivan delivered the check to Matt Massey, president of ASCTE, and PeggyLee Wright, executive director of the ASCTE Foundation.
“Our involvement with ASCTE is supporting the education and development of our future workforce,” said Sullivan, who also serves as vice president of the school’s foundation board.
Based in Huntsville, Trideum recently contributed toward establishing a Richard Shelby Endowed Chair in Engineering at UAH.
ASCTE is the nation’s only residential magnet high school focused on the integration of cyber technology and engineering into all academic disciplines. The faculty is composed of field and subject matter experts providing students the highest quality of instruction focused on embedding cyber protections into the engineering cycle.