Important Campus Updates:

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ACICS Update
It appears that changes are happening in warp speed regarding the recognition of ACICS and the resulting situation of the status of the over 600 universities who are accredited by ACICS. Any new and relevant information will be shared via this webpage as we learn about the changes.

Upcoming Events

  • CiAM Successful Writing Process Workshop #1

    Workshop

    February 22nd, 2020

    Time: 1:00 PM

    Location: Classroom D&E

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  • CiAM Successful Writing Process Workshop #2

    Workshop

    February 29th, 2020

    Time: 12:00 PM

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First-Generation Student Graduate Scholarship 2019-2020
Awarding $12,000 Towards Tuition - Available to first-generation students (first in the immediate family to have completed an undergraduate degree). This scholarship is only applicable towards a degree at CiAM.
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Presentation: A historical overview of fiber optic cable technology and its critical importance to the telecommunications industry
In this presentation, we will examine the critical importance of fiber optic cable technology to modern business enterprises...READ MORE.
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CiAM 2019 Complimentary Wine Tasting Open House Expo
Come join us for complimentary refreshments & learn more about our Pro Bono Consulting, MBA Programs & Concentrations, Management as a Liberal Art (MLA), Corporate Training, Community Event Space...and much more!
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Presentation: Ethical Communication in Digital Media (7/24/2019 @ 3pm)
Ethical development and presentation of information across media
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Free Presentation: Leadership in Law Enforcement and Business. Synergistic Applications
Law Enforcement has used some successful techniques in recent years to deal with the same problems business has had for many different issues...READ MORE.
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Free Presentation: Applying Peter Drucker’s principles to create a corporate ranking system
Why and how we turned 15 of Peter Drucker's core principles into a statistical model that now serves as the basis of annual corporate rankings published in the Wall Street Journal and a financial index from S&P Global.