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For Nishant Nedungadi, working on classified government projects in a physics laboratory was not necessarily what he envisioned when he pursued a degree in computer science at Cedarville University. But after two summer internships with John Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory, Nedungadi has accepted a full-time position with the prestigious research facility. Nedungadi will graduate from Cedarville University on Saturday, May 6.

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Cedarville, Cedarville University, computer science, cyber operations



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