University of Maryland President Wallace D. Loh has appointed the director of the Snider Center, Dr. Rajshree Agarwal, to chair a commission to “chart a road map to competitive excellence” for the future.
Conversations about soaring executive salaries often get emotional, especially in organizations that pay minimum wage to front-line workers. Yet, if the goal is to motivate performance, new research from Smith Professor Hui Liao shows that rank-and-file employees care more about the pay divide between them and middle managers.
Drone industry experts say that while new federal regulations would limit many commercial applications for now, uses such as Amazon's planned package delivery and even pizza drop-offs will come eventually. The proposed rules are “a stepping stone for coming up with policies for how delivery drones are going to operate,” says Smith professor P.K. Kannan. “I don't think the U
Faculty and staff, have no fear -- Vita Salters is here with cheer! Whether she's unlocking the staff's potential through the UMD-Smith Leadership Academy or bringing the Smith community together in innovative ways, Vita is always looking to foster faculty and staff growth.
The way songwriters and performers get paid in the U.S. is a mess, shaped to a surprising degree by government regulation. Some of the basic rules are so old they were crafted to prevent a monopoly in the player-piano industry. This month the U.S. Copyright Office proposed reforms that could affect the bottom line