Smith Summer Business programs are living-learning, immersive experiences aimed to enhance students’ understanding of business, create global awareness on pertinent topics and develop leadership skills. For the 2019 season, we are pleased to bring you the following programming:
Snider Enterprise and Leadership Fellows (SELF)
July 14–26, 2019
A two-week summer program designed for rising 11th and 12th graders to explore entrepreneurship and business foundations through reality-based learning exercises.
Smith Sports and Entertainment Business Program (SEBP)
July 14–26, 2019
A two-week summer program designed for rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders to introduce students to careers in the sports and entertainment industries while focusing on management, law, marketing and leadership.
Summer Faculty-Staff Race Dialogue
Session Dates: Mondays, July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Time: 4–5:30 p.m.
Location: 2411 Marie Mount Hall
Beginning July 1, The Words of Engagement Intergroup Dialogue Program (WEIDP), out of the Office of Diversity Inclusion, in partnership with embraceRace, will host a five-week Intergroup Dialogue on Race for UMD Faculty and Staff. The Faculty/Staff dialogue is a professional development, not-for-credit program meant to engage faculty and staff across campus divisions, identities, and disciplines in an intergroup discussion.
When we refer to faculty and staff, we are referring to all levels. For faculty, this includes adjuncts, lecturers, assistant professors, graduate students teaching, professional-track, tenure-track, and tenured professors. For staff, this includes contractual, exempt, non-exempt folks from all departments and facilities at UMD.
This Faculty/Staff Dialogue will focus on how we relate to and experience race and racism in our lives and work, and how that is connected to larger systems of power, privilege, and oppression. This dialogue will accommodate up to 14 participants, across disciplines and social identities that represent UMD's populations.
Those interested must be available to attend four of the five sessions at a minimum.