“Entrepreneurs can’t hide behind labels,” advised Ed Fantegrossi, CEO of Geographic Network Affiliates-Int’l and one of the four business executives who participated in Wednesday night’s Dedication to Community Tour (D2C) at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. “You have to be you, and don’t worry about what others think. Be better the next day than you were before.”
The Class of 2018 will celebrate finishing their first week of classes with a cookout, lip-sync, corn-hole, jousting, and volleyball.
To celebrate the start of the home stretch with your fellow Smith Seniors, come to the second annual “Feed the Terps Senior BBQ”
Formatted in a dine-and-discuss style, each major is given a classroom staffed by a faculty member/corporate partner/current student to discuss each major available at Smith, and how those major translate to careers.
The Smith Office of Careers Services and the Smith Centers of Excellence share a 1.5 hour session to provide students with information about the function of each group, and how students can be engaged from day one.
Formatted in an interactive workshop style, students will be asked by top Smith School faculty and leadership to engage and appreciate critical thinking in the classroom.
The Smith Class of 2018 will participate in an interactive work space to: understand the importance of individual strengths; how strengths can be used in developing a global mindset; how strengths can be leveraged to create personal success in academic, social and career fields.
The Transfer Student Welcome Night event will formally welcome our spring 2014 internal and external transfer admits to the Smith community and to recognize them as valued members of the Smith family. The Office of Career Services will facilitate a career fair preparation workshop for the students and the Smith Undergraduate Student Association president, joined by representatives of Smith clubs, will discuss the importance of getting involved in Smith and highlight opportunities to do so.
For Undergraduate students