The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences conferred degrees to its first class of graduates in May 2018.
While the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is only a few years old, we've already sent several alumni into the world as ambassadors of Augusta University and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences. Some of the organizations our alumni have gone to work for include Amazon Web Services, Palo Alto Networks, and Savannah River Nuclear Solutions.
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Congratulations! You're a graduate of Augusta University's newest school, the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences. Did you know that as a graduate of Augusta University, you join a rich community of over 56,000 alumni nationwide?
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Why did you choose Augusta University and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences?
"I chose Augusta University because I saw it as a great opportunity to improve my experience in working with computers, but also of the prestige it brought."- Jacob Huffman Computer Engineer, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Class of 2020 alumni
If you could give a shoutout to one of our faculty who made a difference in your education, who would it be and why?
"A few different ones. Professor Ron Martin, Dr. Nowatkowski, Dr. Paul York, Dr. Schultz, Dr. Ezenwoye and my advisor, Markus Bacha. These individuals each played a unique role in my overall mentorship throughout my time at AU. Without their teaching and guidance, I do not believe I would be where I am today in my career."- Jeremy Garcia Cyber Defense Network Analyst, Cyber Protection Brigade Class of 2018 alumni What's one of your favorite memories as an Augusta University student?
"Participating in the spirit week’s Mascot contest for the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences. It was incredibly fun to parade around Christenberry Fieldhouse with a cape, mask, and a super-powered MAC laptop!"- Toryana Jones, SOC Analyst, Warnermedia Class of 2018 alumna
Jones, pictured as our school's unofficial mascot, Crypto.
Any advice you would give to incoming School of Computer and Cyber Sciences students?
"The classes that provide guides for procedures and processes do so for a reason, do not just do the assignment and be done- follow the guide and actually understand how to use tools and programs. In the work environment, there is always one form of reading documentation or another- you might even be the one who creates it. Lastly, seek internships, create a home lab, and do not be afraid to ask people for help mapping out your career- always have a goal in mind!"- Dillon Tauscher Cybersecurity Research and Development Engineer, Savannah River National Laboratory Class of 2020 alumni