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The annual event serves as a fundraiser for student scholarships. It honors the contributions of three local leaders whose work helps advance business, technology, educational collaboration and the local economy, as well as several CI students who are pursuing degrees in business, science and technology.
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CI Announces 2013 Business Technology Partnership Leadership Awards Dinner
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in Mexico spend eight intensive summer weeks working on original research in mathematics. She also directs CI's LSAMP program, which helps students who face educational barriers graduate with Science, Technology, and Mathematics majors and pursue graduate education and careers in their fields. This led naturally to her work as part of the leadership team that obtained CI's largest grant to date: Project ACCESO, designed to inspire and educate the next generation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics graduates at CI and nearby community colleges. Wyels was recognized by the Mathematical Association of America, as a recipient of the Haimo Award for Distinguished University Teaching of Mathematics, in 2012.
The event's title sponsor is Union Bank. Other sponsors include: Airborne Technologies, Inc., Aera Energy, LLC, Davey/Wesely, Bill and Elise Kearney, Ruby Oertle, Pacific Coast Business Times, and Sheeler Moving and Storage, Inc.
Faculty Leader of the Year: Dr. Cynthia Wyles, Professor of Mathematics.
recognize three outstanding business, technology and community leaders and award five student scholarships at its 9th Annual Business Technology Partnership (B Leadership Dinner.
Housed in the Martin V. Smith School of Business Economics, the B is a collaborative effort between CI and community leaders, business and technology executives and professionals. The Partnership works to foster the collaboration of technology and related service based companies with CI and promote technological excellence among CI students, faculty and staff for the benefit of the region's economy.
Technologist of the Year: Steven Gill, Partner of Gills Onions.
CI will also honor five students and award scholarships worth $6,000. The students are: Christy Diggins Richey, Nursing; Jenna Fordis, Nursing; Charles Hillman, Applied Physics; Ashley Tegley, Nursing; and Eric Varela, Computer Science.
Wyels' research interests lie in combinatorial mathematics and linear algebra. She is an advocate of undergraduate research and believes it is particularly meaningful for students from non traditional backgrounds. and one from our partner institution Omega Speedmaster Co-axial
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