UTSA College of Business Newsletter
January 2, 2012
Transforming Business Students

COB Partners with Raytheon
College Partners with Raytheon to Find Cybersecurity Solutions

The Center for Research and Education in Information and Infrastructure Security (CERI2S) in the UTSA College of Business has partnered with Raytheon Company to conduct innovative cybersecurity research. The five-year research agreement will allow faculty to work on cybersecurity research projects including malware analysis, digital forensic string search and cybersecurity investment decision making.

Entrepreneurship students
Logicorp Wins UTSA $100K Student Technology Venture Competition

UTSA business and engineering students responsible for developing and marketing a high-efficiency, low-emission internal combustion engine took first place at the $100,000 Student Technology Venture Competition sponsored by the Center for Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship.

Eduniversal Rankings
Five COB Graduate Programs Ranked by Eduniversal International

The UTSA College of Business was nationally ranked in five different graduate categories by the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee based in Paris, France. The programs ranked included the MBA in Information Systems (23rd), MBA in International Business (30th), MBA in Management of Technology/Project Management (30th), MBA in Real Estate Finance (67th) and MBA in Tourism Destination Development (89th).

Howe Undergraduate Teaching Award
Security Students Receive Scholarship Support

Two College of Business undergraduate students majoring in infrastructure assurance were awarded inaugural cybersecurity scholarships from the Alamo Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA). The students are Harold Davies and Emily McMichael.  Three computer security students were recipients of the scholarship as well.

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