• Cyber Day - Fall 2017 CyberDay Sparks STEM Interests

    The latest College of Business CyberDay event brings 15 middle schoolers to campus to learn more about computer programming.

  • allison-zeppuhar-thumb.jpg Surprise entrepreneur

    A computer information systems major and Spanish minor, Allison Zeppuhar ('17) got a huge push to start her own company during one of her first JMU business classes.

  • Callan Smith with her internship supervisor Phillip St Ours - 2017 From Research to Reality

    Accounting major Callie Smith, '19, is applying the work she did as a research assistant for Business Analytics instructor to an internship at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Va.

  • CIS Students in Ireland exploring CIS industry - 2017 A Global View of Business

    CoB CIS students, and their instructor, ventured to Ireland for a first-hand look at the inner workings of a global company.

  • Generic Faculty Highlight Image CoB Professor Harry Reif Receives Leadership Award

    CoB faculty member Harry Reif was honored by the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council for contributions to technology innovations in higher education.

  • CIS Students at the 2017 Capstone Consulting Competition Capstone Course Offers Real-World Experience

    CIS and SMAD students partnered through their senior capstone courses to develop volunteer management systems for the Wildlife Center of Virginia.

  • ITERA Case Competition Team - 2017 ITERA Case Competition 2017

    JMU's CIS team took second place in the the final round of ITERA's 2017 Case Study Competition.

  • Paul A. Graver, of CACI, giving a talk on Cyber Strategy - March 2017 Cybersecurity Expert Shares Experiences with CIS Majors

    Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) executive Paul A. Graver, now vice president and client executive with CACI International Inc., visited Showker Hall on March 27.

  • CyberDay - Spring 2017 CyberDay Helps High School Students Explore STEM Careers

    CyberDay, hosted by JMU's College of Business, promotes computer and information technology education and careers by inviting middle and high school students to campus to experience campus life and programs.

  • Generic CoB News Image Applying Technology to Real-World Scenarios

    JMU's Hacking 4 Defense (H4D) course was highlighted last week in MeriTalk, a daily online news publication that covers federal information technology programs, policies and workforce developments.

  • Teresa Shea speaking during Cyber Day - Spring 2017 Cyber Security Course Welcomes NSA Official

    CIS students enrolled in the course Cyber Strategy heard from a retired National Security Agency official about how to boost cyber security within organizations.


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