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Scholar Spotlight: Doreen Joseph

Posted on Thursday, February 29, 2024

Doreen was the first Black woman to earn a BS in Cyber Security Engineering from George Mason University. Her research interests at UC Davis include firmware security, applications of machine learning in cyber security, securing the Internet of Things (IoT), and the design of cyber-resilient systems. As an active student leader, she serves on the Chancellor’s Graduate and Professional Student Advisory Board, and leads in student organizations like the Black Graduate and Professional Student Association, and the Graduate Scholars of Color+ organization. Doreen is committed to public service and is eager to empower students who are underrepresented and marginalized in STEM. She aims to be a global advocate for accessible, inclusive, and equitable high-quality education for all. In her free time, she enjoys learning new skills, reading, traveling, exploring nature, and exercising.

Read more about Doreen on the UC Davis College of Engineering’s own website