Janelle Mason

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In this short clip Janelle Mason, a young researcher at North Carolina A&T State University, tells us about her work in cyber security, what got her into working in this field, and about her favourite research experience. The video was produced at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum 2019.

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Outstanding commentary and layman's explanation of your doctoral pursuit and experiences. Extremely proud to know you and be a part of your family. You will do great things because you come from great things and you serve the The Greatest of them all! To God be the Glory! We celebrate you and your academic success!!

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