Thanks to student praise, the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business ranks No. 4 in the country for entrepreneurship, according to the 2013 guide of the Top 10 Colleges for Aspiring Entrepreneurs by Unigo.
The Smith School welcomes hundreds of new faces this fall -- all ready to start an exciting new school year at the University of Maryland. MBA students and MS students were the first to arrive at Van Munching Hall in mid-August for orientations that included special speakers and team-building activities. For four years now, Ernst & Young has hosted the Freshmen Fellows Orientation at Smith, welcoming bright-eyed, eager students to the top-ranked business school. This year’s orientation took place on Aug.
|Top (L-R): Justin Frake, Ning Li. Second Row (L-R): Vickee Wolcott, John Patrick Paraskevas, Mustafa Sahin. Third Row (L-R): Camil Martinez, Dongwon Lee, Peter Dixon. Fourth Row (L-R): Heejung Byun, Chenqi Huang, Yang Pan, Liu Ming. Bottom (L-R): Yue Zheng, Sijing Wei, Dr. Amna Kirmani and Donald Bowen.|