News at Smith

Jun 09, 2015
World Class Faculty & Research

The Senate-adopted bill giving President Obama “fast track” authority to conclude a free trade agreement with Asian nations remains in the balance despite earlier projections of House passage this week, Politico reports. Smith School economist Peter Morici says the measure limiting Congress to up-or-down votes to approve trade packages, such as the Trans Pacific Partnership, “would lower wages

Jun 05, 2015
Experiential / Reality-based Learning

Finance undergraduates in the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business engaged with legendary investor Leon Cooperman in a “lunch and learn” session in New York City on May 26, 2015. 

Cooperman, who operates a $9 billion hedge fund as CEO and chairman of Omega Advisors, recounted his career (Read CNBC’s Alpha Addict: The Amazing Career of Leon Cooperman), gave a market outlook and engaged the students in a Q&A.

Jun 04, 2015

University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business and Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management Host 9th Annual Event 

Jun 03, 2015

Top-down, change management strategies that force businesses to adapt quickly to meet market demands don’t translate fluidly to academic environments, Smith School Vice Dean Joyce E.A. Russell said recently at an MBA Roundtable discussion. She said academic change requires more focused, persuasive communication and individualized incentives because needs vary per department, discipline or individual research

Jun 03, 2015

Do you own the car you've bought and paid for? You don't own the software inside the "electronic control units" (often 30 or more) that regulate emissions, steering and other aspects of the car's behavior, according to automakers in a closely watched case before the U.S. Copyright Office. You merely license that code, and no one can break the "technological protection measures" walling it off in order to tweak it without violating


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