Congratulations to Kayla Bias '19, who was awarded this year's recipient of the Maryland Chief Information Officer Roundtable Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Business Information Systems or Computer Information Systems student who possesses leadership qualities and has a desire to work in the field of IT management upon graduation. Bias, a CIS senior completing the Software Design track, is also a B.S. to M.S. student, pursuing her master's in Business and Technology Management. The scholarship is funded by the Roundtable, a coalition of leading employers that have made a long-term commitment to improving student achievement in Maryland.
CIS Student Earns Annual Scholarship
Arts & Cultural Events
- Dreaming Citizenship: A Magnetic Poetry Write-In
- Mon Apr 06
- School of Design - Owings Mills Campus - North
- Coffee House & Open Mic Night: National Deaf History Month
- Thu Apr 16
- Garrison Hall - Owings Mills Campus
- CANCELLED: Concert Band and Percussion Ensemble Concert
- Tue Apr 21
- Inscape Theatre - Greenspring Campus
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