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  • Photo of Alida Kuete, a student in the M.S. in Security Technologies class of 2020

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    MSST Student Transgresses Cultural, Physical and Virtual Borders

    Cyber security is defined as the practice of defending electronic devices from breaches and attacks. It's an area that has no borders, connecting (and exposing) machines and systems, and people, communities and nations alike. Alida Kuete, a student in the M.S. in Security Technologies class of 2020, has also transgressed borders. A native of Mbouda, a small village in the west region of Cameroon, she spoke with us about how she pushed against expectations and norms in order to pursue her dreams of becoming a cybersecurity leader.
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    Where Is Entrepreneurship Headed?

    In an article originally written for Forbes where he has a column on all things business/entrepreneurship, MOT faculty member and venture capitalist Dr. Dileep Rao reflects on the previous eras of entrepreneurship and shares his thoughts about what the future holds – an era that is heavily skills-based for a longer record of success.
  • Photo of MDI 2019 graduate Tien Dat Nguyen

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    “To Space and Beyond!” – MDI 2019 Grad, Class Speaker Shares His Program Experience & Ambitions

    Earlier in August, we celebrated the graduation of our M.S. in Medical Device Innovation Class of 2019 cohort. As part of our tradition of celebrating the cohort, the students select a student speaker to give a speech about that cohort’s MDI experience. This year, that student was Tien Dat Nguyen. As a fresh graduate, Tien Dat shares his personal experience in MDI in this Q-&-A blog.
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    FaceApp: The Latest Mobile App that May Compromise User's Privacy

    FaceApp is one of many mobile applications that demand excessive permissions and control over your digital content. The End User License Agreement (EULA) allows for indefinite retention and unlimited use of the content that you upload. That includes things like photos of yourself, your children, and your friends along with other data you knowingly or unknowingly share.
  • Photo of MOT 2019 grad Tim Janssen

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    MOT 2019 Graduate is Driven to Innovate Accessibility Access Through Technology

    As technology continues to advance, one of the areas that look to benefit the most is that of human services — particularly people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) have great potential for improving the quality of life and independence among this population. One person looking to make a difference is Timothy (Tim) Janssen, who just earned his M.S. in Management of Technology degree in May 2019. We sat down to ask him about his experience in MOT and how he hopes to use what he learned in the program to bring innovation to his industry.
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    Best 2019 MOT Capstone Awards

    Director of Graduate Studies for the M.S. in Management of Technology (MOT) Dr. Tariq Samad announces the finalists and winners of the annual Best Capstone Award for projects completed by the MOT class of 2019.
  • Photo of Meera Bavishi, a student in the 2019 MDI cohort

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    Medtech Reliability Engineer Pursues MDI to Advance Career

    A couple of months ago, Dr. Dan Mooradian wrote about the importance of diversity in our programs, stating how the diversity in MDI cohorts helped “provide a variety of perspectives and experiences for both the MDI program and the industries the students serve.” In MDI in particular, as in the industry, we see people from a variety of countries, such as Meera Bavishi, who left her native India to pursue a career in a state with a rich landscape of global medtech leaders in order to make a positive impact on quality of life.
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    Diversity by Design: Enriching Curriculums and Industries Alike

    Dr. Daniel Mooradian, Honeywell/James J. Renier Chair in Technology Management and Director of Graduate Studies for the M.S. in Medical Device Innovation (MDI)program at the Technological Leadership Institute, writes about the importance of "diversity by design" for the creativity and success of curriculums, teams and organizations -- and how he has seen this benefit MDI students and alumni.

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