Smith Celebrates Its Seniors With First-Ever Pancake Night
Going to Harvard? You might be taught by a Smith School alumnus.
Smith’s PhD program ranks No. 11 in the world (Financial Times, 2014), and the school ranks No. 6 in the world for research (University of Texas, Dallas, 2013).
Business leaders and the Smith School’s top faculty joined together to discuss new strategies and current trends in today’s business world. Each year, the school hosts the Smith School Business Summit (SSBS) to spark an exchange of ideas between faculty and the region’s top business leaders.
From co-owning some of the nation’s largest car dealerships to owning a Chicago-style hot dog restaurant franchise to working with dozens of charities to serving on the Smith School’s board of advisors, Robert G. Hisaoka ’79 has done it all. Now, he can add distinguished alumnus to his list of accomplishments and accolades.
Symptoms resulting from a bioterrorism attack could be alarmingly similar to those of the flu. A computer model developed by Sean Barnes, assistant professor of operations management, aims to identify one from the other by their very different transmission dynamics.
Barnes built his original simulation model for his dissertation as a mathematics PhD student at the University of Maryland (2012) to help public health officials seeing the two scenarios play out and determine which they