Student Profile - CECOR

Jul 11, 2019
From left to right: Timothy Bryant, Tzuriel Murray, Maurice McClary, Trenton Butler, Reggie SadlerChristopher Terry, Corey Robinson and
Dr. Deidra Morrison.
Claflin University's emphasis on disciplines related to Science Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) has helped establish the University as a destination for high school scholars preparing for careers in a technology-driven society. A group of academically talented students are participating in Claflin's Consortium Enabling Cybersecurity Opportunities & Research (CECOR) - Summer Bridge Program. The seven students enrolled in the program are high school graduates who will attend Claflin this fall. The CECOR Program is funded by the National Nuclear Security Administration.
The students and program director Dr. Deidra J. Morrison recently traveled to Orlando, Fla., to tour the Simulation and Training Lab at the University of Central Florida, Universal Studios and Wonderworks, a high-tech interactive entertainment venue. Morrison is also assistant professor of computer science at Claflin.
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