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November 11, 2022
A Three-Decade QUEST

For 30 years, when companies and municipalities have faced especially vexing and persistent predicaments, they’ve turned to an elite squad of problem solvers: the students of the Robert H. Smith School of Business’ QUEST Honors Program.

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November 10, 2022
Smith Researcher Leading NSF-Funded, Data-Driven Fight Against Pandemics
Dean’s Professor of Information Systems Louiqa Raschid at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is principal investigator for a new, $1 million predictive analytics project to develop sophisticated predictive models and best communication practices to combat future pandemics.
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November 10, 2022
U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Santos Shares His ‘Long and Windy Road’ to Success
There are two things that U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Santos says have always been most important to him – statistics and helping others.
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November 7, 2022
Inaugural CGBP Student Pathways Cohort Program Recognizes First Awardee

The Maryland Smith Center for Global Business offered the first iteration of the Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) Student Pathways Cohort program during the spring 2022 semester.

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November 1, 2022
Several University of Maryland Researchers Meet at Smith to Talk Climate Finance
Supply chain risks from weather and climate, financing infrastructure risk reduction, and how measurement affects management when it comes to climate reporting were among the topics discussed at the Smith School on October 27 and 28, 2022. Roughly 30 participants, including University of Maryland professors, students, and representatives from financial institutions like the World Bank, T. Rowe…
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October 28, 2022
Faculty Members Earn Distinction at 2022 INFORMS Annual Meeting
Smith Chair of Management Science Michael Fu, was presented with the George E. Kimball Medal for recognition of distinguished service to the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the operations research profession and that of management sciences.
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October 27, 2022
Climate Science Takes Center Stage During Steamboat Institute Debate
Does current climate science data compel humanity to make large and rapid reductions in greenhouse gas emissions?
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October 20, 2022
Executive Education and Global Resources at Baltimore Innovation Week 2022
Each year, Baltimore expands its reach and reputation as a key hub for business and innovation. In its 11th year, Baltimore Innovation Week celebrates that growth with a week-long showcase of the city’s entrepreneurial spirit.
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October 16, 2022
Smith’s Michael Fu Part of $1M NSF Grant Targeting Kidney Trafficking Networks
Smith Chair of Management Science Michael Fu at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is co-PI for a new four-year National Science Foundation grant focused on understanding how kidney trade networks work and how they evolve—critical for developing ways to curtail illegal transplants worldwide.
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October 12, 2022
The Second Annual Smith Advisory Councils Day Draws Over 200 Participants
Two hundred twenty alumni, faculty, staff and company representatives gathered at Smith on Friday, October 7 for the Advisory Councils Fall Rekindling 2022.
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