Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

Crack the Cyber Code: Grad Schools Prep a New Generation of Cyber Leaders

Helping governments and organizations defend themselves from online threats has become a popular topic in the past decade. “There are quite a fewcyber-security programs, but they are highly technically orientated,” says J.P. Auffert, who leads a similar program at George Mason University, also brand-new this year. “There are hardly any that are focused on cybersecurity […]

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Mason’s M.S. in Technology Management Hosts Thai “Green” Executives Delegation

On Sunday, September 9, Mason M.S. in Technology Management (MSTM) program hosted a delegation of 23 Thai government, industry and academic representatives as part of a “Green for Executives” U.S. tour organized by Thailand’s National Science and Technology Development Agency. The delegation—reviewing green strategies and green innovation with the goal of incorporating further into their […]

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Networking Connections………

Networking connections at the graduate level should never be underplayed. As you consider graduate programs and schools add a thought category or column titled Networking. Consider whether the program and university has an effective, connected network. Will you have a ready database to go to should you be caught in the next round of layoffs? […]

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