News at Smith

Jan 30, 2015
Experiential / Reality-based Learning

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (Jan. 30, 2015) Organizers of the University of Maryland’s Do Good Challenge have announced “Do Good Booster Fund” recipients for this year’s competition. Eighteen promising UMD student groups, who will compete this spring in the 2015 challenge, received a combined total of more than $7,000 in seed funding to jump-start their projects and ventures. These students recently pitched their Do Good ideas – targeting a social cause – to a panel of judges for a chance to receive between $100-$500 and mentorship from campus experts in

Jan 29, 2015

Logistics Professor Philip T. Evers, who has taught sports business at the Smith School, tackles five Super Bowl questions: 1. Who will win? 2. What is the economic impact of hosting the game? 3. Is Super Bowl advertising a good investment? 4

Jan 29, 2015

Annapolis, Md., is the latest city to join the fight against Uber. But abiding by government regulations isn't part of the company's long-term strategy, says Smith Professor Brent Goldfarb. He says Uber is betting its popularity will lead to changes in the regulation of the taxicab industry. "I don't expect Uber drivers to change their behavior

Jan 28, 2015
World Class Faculty & Research

Roland Rust, active with research and academic institutions in England and the Netherlands, is one of two people this year to be elected a Fellow of the European Marketing

Jan 28, 2015

Smith Professor Peter Morici says low-wage workers took the economic brunt of the Blizzard of 2015 along the East Coast. “There are numbers beating around that closing the city for a day costs overall about $700 billion," he says. "But remember, a lot of that lost economic activity gets made up. Folks on Wall Street who manage accounts will get

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