In the wake of several U.S. recalls involving products made in China, six Smith School students traveled China in early September 2007 to get an up-close look at manufacturing in that country.
College Park, MD June 13, 2007 - The University of Marylands Robert H. Smith School of Business, a leading provider of Executive MBA programs in China, today announced an exclusive partnership to deliver virtual career services in China.'
Robert H. Smith School of Business Announces Additional Training and Incentives for Entrepreneurs
The China Business Forum gave students, academics, and professionals alike an inside look into the latest trends in U.S.-China business development and investment, said student organizer and Smith MBA candidate William Krents, MBA candidate 2008.
Smith School Partners with Indias Management Development Institute and China's University of International Business and Economics to Offer Students Insight and Entrepreneurial Experience Within the U.S., India and China
Smith School Dean Howard Frank, Dingman Center Entrepreneur-in-Residence Tien Wong and Smith School Fellow Wei-Wu He were among the business leaders providing insight into doing business in China and India at a Northern Virginia breakfast forum on February 28, 2007.
Participants in Smiths the Smith-GSBA Global Executive MBA Program recently had an opportunity to bring classroom lessons on global business and cross cultural management to life with a module in Beijing, China, December 11-22, 2006.
PhD Candidate Tracks Rise of Peer-to-peer Online Lending in China
Beijing, China - January 5, 2012 — The University of Maryland’s Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the Robert H. Smith School of Business awarded $10,000 to winners of the 2012 China Business Plan Competition, in partnership with the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University in Beijing. The January 5 contest to present the best business plan pitch also included Chinese teams from Tianjin and Zhejiang Universities and Smith’s Israel partner school, the Technion—Israeli Institute of Technology.
Smith’s Office of Global Initiatives hosted 75 Chinese MBA students from Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management in Beijing – one of China’s premiere business schools – for two weeks last month in College Park. The students, most of whom had never been to the United States, traveled to Maryland to experience business education in an American setting.
The two groups were on campus from July 7 to 19 and attended special courses with Smith faculty Rosallina Ferraro, Xiaohui Gao, Brent Goldfarb, Mary Harms, Sunil Mithas, Janet Wagner, Liu Yang and Jie Zhang.