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Dell Senior Manager Randy Blaschke congratulates scholarship recipients David Reme (left) and Michael Prettyman (right).

Two students at Mays Business School at Texas A&M University have been awarded $2,000 scholarships from Dell. The computer giant partners annually with the Mays Center for the Management of Information Systems (CMIS) to recognize students who strive to impact MIS in a unique way. This year, Michael Prettyman and David Reme were the selected recipients. In addition to the scholarship, Prettyman also was granted a corporate internship at Dell.

Students were selected based on their grades, leadership, extracurricular activities, and participation in Mays events and organizations. CIMS faculty as well as a representative from Dell reviewed applications before students were selected for interviews with a senior manager from the company. Dell is one of CMIS’ advisory board member companies.

About the Center

The Center for the Management of Information Systems provides a competitive advantage to its student, faculty, and industry members by facilitating an active partnership (aligning needs and resources) to provide robust, relevant educational opportunities, research support and corporate access. To achieve its mission, CMIS engages a highly active and innovative corporate membership who facilitates the CMIS Mission through coordination, participation, and sponsorship.