Dingman Center News
Tom Savransky, a finance student and College Park Scholar who co-founded a virtual fitting company that would improve the experience of shopping online, is being remembered with a memorial scholarship. Savransky died last month after sustaining injuries during...
Being an entrepreneur, especially a Black entrepreneur, is about hustle and courage.
Sometimes, more is just better.
This year, the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship is doubling down on its popular Pitch Dingman Competition, increasing both the prize money available and the ways in which to...
Education regarding injustice and inequality is necessary for hopes of creating a better future for all.
Last year’s Pitch Dingman Competition was originally scheduled for March 2020, which we now all remember well as the precipice of change to life as we knew it.
For the sixth consecutive year, the University of Maryland (UMD) earned a top 10 ranking in The Princeton Review’s annual survey of top schools for entrepreneurship.
Maryland Smith’s Tricia Homer didn’t let a pandemic stop her from bringing entrepreneurship education home to her native U.S. Virgin Islands.
David and Robyn Quattrone know about the entrepreneurial hustle and how hard it can be to start from scratch. It’s why they give back to help the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Jasmine Snead understands that prioritizing diversity and inclusion can help people “feel more heard,” especially in times of anguish.
In fall 2019, the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at Maryland Smith decided to test a hypothesis: If exceptional student founders in our...