A new $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will fund Smith’s Center for International Business Education and Research through 2018.
Tiny unmanned aircrafts will soon swarm your neighborhood delivering everything from hot burritos to medical prescriptions. Fulfillment will take minutes instead of days or hours, and big commercial carriers will face pressure to adapt or die. That’s the promise of some visionaries.
Overnight rain has soaked the trails at Little Bennett Campground near Washington, D.C., where University of Maryland undergraduates gather for class on Oct. 11, 2014. Instead of textbooks, the students carry folding chairs and other outdoor gear to a pavilion that provides shelter from a lingering drizzle.
People love or hate capitalism, but a potential third option emerged Sept. 30, 2014, at the BB&T Colloquium on Capitalism, Ethics and Leadership.
Bank executives sometimes viewed Smith professor Cliff Rossi as a killjoy during the buildup to the 2008 global economic meltdown. As chief risk officer at several of the largest U.S. financial institutions, Rossi faced the task of raising unwelcome concerns when banks started setting aside traditional safeguards and packaging subprime loans.