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Brown School of Business and Leadership

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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.

The Independent College Fund (I-FUND) is overseeing the application process for the National Security Scholars Program (NSSP). This program provides:

  • assistance with processing towards a national security clearance
  • provide you with the opportunity to explore a career in national security
  • arrange for a paid internship opportunity within the defense and intelligence industry
  • scholarship for 2019-20 school year

Representatives from I-FUND and industry partners will be participating in a presentation at Stevenson University.

 

Join us
Tuesday, September 4th, 2018
4:00 pm
Conference Rm. A
Rockland Center

 

Criteria and application can be found here: http://www.micua.org/index.php/national-security-scholars-program.

Deadline Wednesday, October 17, 2018 to Jamie Cardillo, Financial Aid Office, Stevenson University.

Final electronic submission no later than Friday, October 19th.

If you are interested in applying for the scholarship and you have questions, please contact Jamie Cardillo, Financial Aid Office (443-352-4295) for further details.

On Wednesday April 18th, Stevenson University Business Administration major Iliyan Slavov of Kazanlak, Bulgaria was awarded the Geraldine and Sam Dell Scholarship for Character and Excellence in Business at an award reception at Rockland Center on the Owings Mills campus.

This scholarship is awarded to an exceptional senior student in the Brown School of Business and Leadership who demonstrates strong ethical grounding and a work ethic resulting in academic and personal success.

On moving from Bulgaria to Maryland to attend Stevenson University, Iliyan said “Diving into a whole new world helped me understand mine better and set new goals. New goals that are formed based on my background, interests, and the education I am getting here at Stevenson University.” In addition to the Dell Scholarship, Iliyan is also a member of the Stevenson University School of Business and Leadership team that placed second in the Weinman Cup competition at Towson University on April 13 2018.

“I believe that if you do not understand the culture you will fail to adapt. So, to me this means as a start you must understand people’s differences. Being at Stevenson is allowing me to explore those differences” said Illyan.

Additionally, Dr. Ora Freedman, professor of economics at the Brown School of Business and Leadership, delivered the Distinguished Faculty Presentation at the  award reception. Dr. Freeman presented her research on the economics of climate change and how she employed the economic model of cap and trade to empirically test if the model provides the appropriate incentive to reduce carbon emissions, in an equitable manner.

BSOBL 10th Annual Dell Scholarship Award Reception    
 
 
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