Even after wrongdoing, firms can influence media coverage by carefully choosing the types of information they release to the press.
For many full-time MBA students their two-year experience passes by in a frenzied flash. When they leave business school they have a valuable degree, a great job and an amazing network. Their school has had a profound impact on them, but have they had the opportunity to make a lasting impact on their school?
For several students from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, Georgetown University and George Washington University, the Doing Business with Latin America Conference was more than just a conference. It was an event that had been a year in the making, a collaboration between the Latin America Business Associations of all three schools, and an event they hope will continue for years to come.
The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business – in cooperation with Georgetown's McDonough Business School and the George Washington University School of Business – is pleased to present “Doing Business with Latin America” on Friday, April 27 at the University of Maryland’s College Park campus.
Students, faculty members, corporate partners, and alumni celebrated a year of accomplishments at the Accounting Teaching Scholars dinner and reception on Thursday, April 26. The Accounting Teaching Scholars, an Undergraduate Fellows program, are undergraduate accounting students who serve as discussion leaders and teaching assistants for the Smith School’s two introductory accounting courses while reviewing material in preparation for the CPA exam.