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MU Students Work With Homeland Security


Eight Marshall University students are working with the West Virginia Department of Homeland Security’s Fusion Center through an internship.

The students kicked off a ten-month-long internship this summer where they will rotate through positions with the Fusion Center’s Open-Source Intelligence Threat Group, Human Trafficking Section and Digital Forensics Lab.

Jeff Sandy recently retired as cabinet secretary for the West Virginia Department of Homeland Security. He said he had a wonderful experience participating in a similar program at Marshall University.

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