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Tania Abedian

MS student, Management Science and Engineering
Story originally published on Sep 2016
I tell everyone to take MS&E 293: Technology and National Security.

 I thought it was fascinating and it quite frankly changed my worldview. The professors were incredible and level of speakers they brought in was unbelievable. It’s not often that you think about applying technology and engineering principles to the national security space. I probably won’t have a job in national security, but I think it’s important to think about these things.

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