A conversation featuring Georgia Tech's first African American students and first African American graduate Panelists: Ford Greene, Ralph Long Jr., Lawrence Williams, and Ronald Yancey Panel Facilitation: Dr. Jaqueline Royster, Professor and former Dean, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Opening Remarks Dr. Archie Ervin Vice President, Institute Diversity Welcome Remarks …
After nearly two decades in the cybersecurity field, Raheem Beyah is looking forward to his new role as executive director of the Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity, Georgia Tech’s newest at-scale degree. Designed to develop agile and qualified cybersecurity leaders from anywhere in the world, the interdisciplinary degree will have a significant impact on the shortage of cybersecurity professionals over the next few years.
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