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Albert Diaz

Albert Diaz

Degree: B.S. in Computer Science

Year: 2018

Currently living: Manteca, California

Military affiliation: U.S. Navy, veteran

Role in the military: I served as a nuclear machinist mate onboard a nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine. My responsibilities included maintenance, testing and operation of mechanical, electro-mechanical and electronics systems that control the nuclear plant in the engine room for the purpose of providing electrical power and propulsion to the submarine.

Current employment: My current job is as a cybersecurity analyst. My role participates in the function to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information and information systems managed by the laboratory.

Ask me about: Work/life balance, managing time, managing military requirements while attending school, moving with the military while in school, full time vs. part time, deployment, military support from OSU, and connecting with military classmates.

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