College Park, Md. – Aug. 29, 2011 – The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business hosted its annual Freshman Fellows Orientation Program, sponsored by Ernst & Young. Staffed by representatives from both the Smith School and Ernst & Young, the day kicked off with group icebreakers and several songs performed by UMD a capella group, The Generics.
It’s just a game, but the bragging rights last a lifetime. The capstone project for the executive MBA program at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is a business
Management and leadership faculty experts at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business weigh in on the effects industry giant Apple may feel with CEO Steve Jobs stepping down. They delve into the company’s succession plan, how things might be different for Apple without Jobs, and how the investors will react. *The Smith School has an in-house facility for live or taped interviews via fiber-optic line for television or multimedia content.
A test to Apple’s leadership succession plan
MBA students got a dose of career guidance at their introduction to Smith’s Office of Career Services (OCS) on Wednesday and Thursday of Full-Time MBA Orientation Week. The OCS is rallying students behind its mission to help them develop as leaders for the organizations where they will ultimately land at the conclusion of their two-year MBA program and the orientation content reflected that goal.
The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business welcomed 300 new MS students from around the world on Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. The school currently has four MS programs: accounting, finance, supply chain management (SCM), and information systems (IS) – SCM and IS just launched this year. These new students will join about 180 existing MS students already studying finance and accounting.