Guiding growth: DSU president brings broad relationships to hone university’s niche
The physicist in Jose-Marie Griffiths appreciates the concept of centrifugal force.
Think of mud flying off a spinning tire. Or the spin cycle of a washing machine.
As the object moves rapidly, a force is created. A spinoff effect occurs.
And Griffiths suspects she’s about to see that happen at the place she leads – Dakota State University – which this month opened a first-of-its-kind center: The Madison Cyber Labs.