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May 6, 2024
Wikler Finance Case Competition Showcases Smith Undergrads
Undergraduates shine in the 2024 Joseph M. Wikler Finance Case Competition, presenting innovative solutions to real-world financial issues. This annual event highlights excellence in finance education at the Smith School.
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May 6, 2024
Smith’s Michael Wilgus Recognized by Poets & Quants as Among the World’s Best and Brightest MBAs
Michael Wilgus, a standout graduate of the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business MBA program, has been named among Poets & Quants' '100 Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2024.'
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May 3, 2024
Students And Alumni Reap Rewards From The Terp Network Team
Developing a career outreach strategy was something the Smith Office of Career Services (OCS) saw as a need for students. So they wanted to source one of the school’s greatest resources to help students get comfortable with this important step in career prep: Smith alumni.
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May 2, 2024
Chronic Disease Management App Takes Top Honors at Pitch Dingman
Journiy, led by critical care nurse Mildred Diggs, wins $25,000 in the University of Maryland's Pitch Dingman Competition for its culturally conscious platform aiding diabetes and heart disease management. Diggs aims to bridge healthcare gaps with tailored care plans.
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April 29, 2024
CSVC: Inaugural Inter-fraternity Pledging Case Competition a ‘Resounding Success’
Smith undergraduate students from four business fraternities competed in the inaugural Inter-fraternity Pledging Case Competition at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. Judges from SECU Credit Union evaluated financial literacy-based solutions to community issues. The event hailed as a success by CSVC Director Nima Farshchi, showcased experiential learning and social…
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April 29, 2024
Anenson Recognized as a University of Maryland Distinguished Scholar-Teacher
T. Leigh Anenson, a business law professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business since 2007, received the 2023 Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Award from the University of Maryland. Acknowledged for her outstanding scholarship and teaching, Anenson discussed her upcoming book on the national pension crisis in her lecture.
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April 26, 2024
The Smith Analytics Consortium’s Annual Datathon Breaks Another Record
The 5th Annual Datathon, hosted by the Smith Analytics Consortium, engaged 370 students in 53 teams, marking a new participation record. The event, aligned with Smith's Strategic Plan, fostered interdisciplinary collaboration and included students from various academic backgrounds.
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April 25, 2024
Economics Student Receives CGB PhD International Research Award
The Center for Global Business awards Chan Kim, a fifth-year Economics PhD student at the University of Maryland, for his pioneering research on U.S. firms' R&D strategies in the face of globalization. Kim's work explores the shift from research to development and its impact on innovation and competitiveness.
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April 24, 2024
What’s in a Name? Smith School Launches Name, Image and Likeness Master’s Course
The University of Maryland’s Smith School introduces ‘BMGT 758D: Special Topics in Business and Management; Name, Image, and Likeness,’ preparing graduate students for the burgeoning NIL industry, valued at nearly $1 billion.
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April 24, 2024
From Las Vegas to Los Angeles, Smith Graduate Students Compete in Global Case Competitions
In April 2024, the Center for Global Business (CGB) supported Robert H. Smith School of Business graduate students in two key case competitions. The IBESCC in Los Angeles focused on sustainable practices, while the NASBITE event in Las Vegas tackled complex global business issues, showcasing CGB's dedication to student success.
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