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Gamma Iota Sigma, Tau Chapter along with the Center for Insurance Education went to the 47th annual GIS conference in Chicago, Illinois on October 4-6, 2018. The Chapter will also take part in the annual FIRM symposium happening in May in New York City. More to come in the Bottomline Magazine.
The Howard University Cybersecurity Education & Research Center (A.K.A the ‘HU Cyber Center’) is ramping up new programs to prepare students and community members for careers in cybersecurity. CERC programs and offerings will assist students and faculty as they thrive as practitioners, thought leaders, and continual learners. With support from key sponsors including Enlightened Inc, … More HU Cyber Center Ramping Up New Programs
The Executive Lecture Series program creates an environment where our students learn from top C-suite professionals about career management. For the first time we hosted executives from the non-profit sector this year. Ms. Terri Ludwig, CEO of Enterprise Community Partners and Mr. Charlie Werhane, President and CEO of Enterprise Community Investment, Inc are leaders of a nonprofit that improves … More Executive Lecture Series
The 5th annual BisonHacks Hackathon took place at In3 Inclusive Innovation Incubator from Friday, March 29, 2019 through Saturday, March 30, 2019. The event, which was sponsored by the GM Foundation, Boeing, Amazon, The DC Chapter of ACM, Wayfair, JPMorgan & Chase, Capital One, Lyft, and the National Security Agency and the Howard University Department … More BisonHacks Hackathon
What’s it like to be a Googler? A few Howard University students, faculty and staff members were recently granted the opportunity of becoming honorary “Googlers” (an employee at Google) for two days. The days were filled with information and insights and our students impressed Google’s leadership with their astute questions, wealth of knowledge, and display … More A Day in the Life as a Googler
Howard University’s School of Business will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary in the Fall of 2020. The business school has already began making preparations for the 2020 Homecoming Dinner & Celebration which will take place during Homecoming Weekend in 2020 in Washington, D.C. Alumni are highly encouraged to join in this celebration of the work … More 50th Anniversary: School of Business
Artilie Wright — the first in her family to attend college — is a native Washingtonian and full-time MBA candidate in the Class of 2019. She has a background in cultural studies, corporate partnerships, and social impact and was recently elected as an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) for Ward 7 in Washington, D.C. During her … More MBA Student Spotlight: Artilie Wright
Kwame Boatwright is a North Carolina native who received a bachelor degree in accounting from North Carolina State University. Currently, Kwame is an MBA Candidate in the Class of 2020 at Howard University School of Business. Prior to Howard, Kwame had six years of experience working in the financial services industry with stints at Credit … More MBA Student Spotlight: Kwame Boatwright
After a great season with Howard University men’s basketball team, MEAC player of the year RJ Cole has declared for the draft. Cole is a sophomore Finance major from Union NJ. Cole will hold onto his college eligibility but will test the waters in the draft. He is a relentless scorer averaging 22.3 points per … More RJ Cole Enters NBA Draft