On Wednesday, April 17th, Digital Marketing major Danielle J. Panto was awarded the Geraldine and Sam Dell Scholarship at the 11th Annual Award Reception at Rockland Banquet Hall.
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Dr. Takisha Toler received recognition for a Stevenson Way Award on Thursday January 24 at the Faculty/Staff Meeting on the Greenspring campus. Dr. Toler was nominated for the Fostering Learning Award by several Brown School of Business and Leadership faculty members as well as the department Chair.
Congratulations Dr. Toler!
Brown School of Business and Leadership Dean Aris Melissaratos was nominated for the Outstanding Educator of the Year Award by the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The MDHCC will hold their annual Awards Gala on January 24, 2019 at the Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore. This will be their sixth Awards Gala.
From the MDHCC website:
“We want to congratulate all 2018 Business Excellence Awards nominees,” said Jorge Eduardo Castillo, MDHCC’s Chairman and President. “The contributions, dedication, and commitment that these individuals and organizations shave shown to our Hispanic businesses and Hispanic communities at large are commendable and must be publicly recognized. We are honored to be the institution that has the privilege to recognize them and say thank you for their outstanding achievements."
For more information, visit the MDHCC website.
On November 29 the Regional Manufacturing Institute (RMI) of Maryland named Brown School of Business and Leadership Dean Aris Melissaratos "Distinguished Grand Champion of Maryland Manufacturing" at RMI's annual Champions Gala at Martin's West in Baltimore.
The RMI website states "Melissaratos best exemplifies championing Maryland manufacturing. He has achieved significant results in every nomination category of the 2018 Champions of Maryland Manufacturing. Melissaratos is a Romanian-born Greek- American engineer, industrialist, aerospace executive, investor, philanthropist, university administrator, author and former government official in Maryland. His 40 plus years of leadership roles represent a legacy of tremendous accomplishment that have benefited our State tremendously."
Read more from RMI here: https://rmiofmaryland.com/112918-champions-gala/
Read the I95 Magazine article here: https://i95business.com/articles/content/honoring_the_champions_of_maryland_manufacturing_654
Congratulations Dean Melissaratos!
Congratulations to Kayla Bias, class of 2019, who was selected to be this year’s recipient of the Maryland CIO Roundtable Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to a BIS or CIS student who possesses leadership qualities and a desire to work in the field of IT management upon graduation.
Kayla is a senior in our Computer Information Systems program, in the Software Design track. She is also a BS/MS student, pursuing the MS in Business and Technology Management. Active on campus, she is a cross country and track athlete, Philanthropy Chair of the Student United Way Club, and a member of the BSU Gospel Choir. She is also a student tech in Stevenson’s Office of Information Technology.
Founded by Dave Hartman of Hartman Executive Advisors, the Maryland CIO Roundtable is dedicated to helping senior IT leaders increase their executive presence and find ways to add strategic business value to their organizations. Meeting monthly on the Stevenson campus, the Roundtable serves as a peer advisory forum where IT leaders meet monthly to openly discuss their unique challenges, and seek feedback and recommended solutions.
Kayla was introduced to the Roundtable at their monthly meeting on September 26.
Above is Kayla with members (from left to right) Ryan O’Donnell, Syed Faisal, and Wade Barnes of Hartman Executive Advisors, Kayla Bias, Dave Hartman, President & Co-Founder of Hartman, and Dave DeCillis of Cowan Systems.