Coles News: Nov 2017

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  • ISA Major Fights Poverty with Digital Literacy

    Veaceslav Cretu, an information security and assurance major through the Michael J. Coles College of Business, is the CEO of DigiKidz, a social enterprise that teaches computer literacy to underprivileged students in his home country of Moldova.  –  November 30, 2017

  • Healthcare Informatics Program Exceeds Recruitment Expectations

    Although less than a year old, Coles College of Business’s innovative Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics program has already met its four-year recruitment goal, says Dr. Sweta Sneha, the program’s director.  –  November 29, 2017

  • Would Ranked Choice Voting Improve U.S. Elections?

    Krist Novoselic, chair of FairVote and the former bassist for the rock band Nirvana, attended the Symposium on Voting and Election Reform to discuss why the U.S. voters should rank candidates on the ballot rather than choosing one.  –  November 21, 2017

  • Is MARTA Securing its Sensitive Data?

    WSB-TV interviewed Coles College faculty member Andrew Green, a lecturer of information security and assurance, for a story on information security problems inside Atlanta’s public transportation system.  –  November 14, 2017