I am a U.S. citizen participating in the National Science Foundation's CyberCorps®: Scholarship for Service program. I am a student in the graduate-level Computer Science program at the University of Texas at Dallas, and am pursuing the Information Assurance track. I am also enrolled in classes to satisfy the requirements for the National Security Agency's Graduate Level Designation in Cyber Operations, as well as the Graduate Certificate in Information Assurance. I plan to have satisfied the requirements for these certifications and graduate in May 2018.
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The University of Texas at Dallas
Bachelor of Computer Science, Spring 2016. GPA 3.760
Master of Computer Science, anticipated Spring 2018. GPA 3.608
University of Texas at Dallas May 2016 - December 2016: Responsibilities included grading assignments/projects, tutoring students, and administering exams. Served the following courses: Introduction to Programming; Systems Security and Malicious Code Analysis; and Operating Systems Concepts.
Sabre Corporation, Summer 2015: Made contributions to a web portal. Required knowledge and use of the Spring Framework and Maven for Java, as well as AngularJS, HTML, and XML. Included analysis and design of an approach to replace an outdated Python application and its stack.
University of Texas at Dallas, Summer 2013 - Fall 2014: Studied machine-level programming, security, compilers, linkers, and operating system paging functions. Investigations included function rearrangement optimization in linkers and integration of runtime binary analysis with flexible system calls.