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Local College Dean Discusses The Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack; Cortland Establishes New Partnership To Combat Food Insecurity; Emory Law Student Shares Details About His Road To Graduation
Raheem Beyah, the dean of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering, joins “Closer Look” to discuss the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, the challenges in preventing foreign attacks and what can be done to prevent such attacks in the future. Plus, Cortland Sustainability Analyst Madeline Robertson shares details about her real estate investment management company’s plan to fight against food insecurity. Lastly, Suman Malempati, an Emory University School of Law graduate, shares why he decided to give up his career as a pediatric oncologist to pursue social justice law.
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