David Dungan comes to AU with more than 25 years of experience in law enforcement and most recently served as a public and private sector liaison at the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center. Dungan also spent seven years as a captain in the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division where his responsibilities included budgeting, quartermaster depot management, material acquisition, grant writing and administration, technology improvement, and continuity of operations planning. Prior to his role as captain, Dungan spent 15 years as a field officer and five months as a corporal. He was a three-time District Officer of the Year and in 2008, he earned the James D. Pitzer Statewide Indiana and the Midwest Council Conservation Officer of the Year awards. The CSSCD is a manifestation of our cybersecurity, national security, and computer science programs. The center is aimed to develop a pipeline of graduates with excellent technical skills, strong Christian ethics, and a desire to serve on the front lines in defending the nation, our communities, and institutions from threats, foreign and domestic, in both the physical and cyber realms.