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From Outstanding Sailor to Outstanding Student

November 3, 2014

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A sailor in the U.S. Navy for twenty years, Erik W. Schroeder, retired from the Navy in 2006, and that’s when his thirst for education began. In just six years, Schroeder completed his BS in information technology as well as a MS in Technology Management and MS in Management of Secure Information Systems (cyber security […]

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Alumni Spotlight: David Gagliano ’02

July 1, 2014

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TechMan Alum Catapults Career to New Heights David Gagliano, MS in Technology Management ’02, has made a career of leveraging new and disruptive technologies to transform business and take customers to productivity levels they didn’t realize were possible. Although his focus on rapidly changing technology led to a solid career as a technologist at a leading […]

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Alumni Profile: Matthew Sullivan, ’04

June 10, 2014

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Working Toward Shared Goals: Classmates Make the Difference Taking on the challenge of a graduate degree program while working full-time is always hard, but finding camaraderie in your classmates can help your chances for success or failure. For Matthew P. Sullivan, MS Technology Management ’04, his classmates made the difference. Sullivan says, “Being part of […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Alfred N. D. Smith III ’04

March 10, 2014

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Sprinting Up the Corporate Ladder Generally every student attending a graduate degree program does so with the intent of career progression, eventually. But Alfred N. D. Smith III, MS Technology Management ’04, may take the record for the quickest career transition up the ladder while still in a program. “When I began the program I […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Seth C. Pickett ’05

March 4, 2014

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Breaking Through Cultural Barriers to Improve Business Interactions Technology has brought the business world closer. We are all within reach of each other, regardless of location, with a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Time zones have become irrelevant. Work days have pushed all boundaries. There are no longer standard business hours between 9 and 5, but […]

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