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June 16, 2003
Smith School Hosts INFORMS 25th Annual Marketing Science Conference

More than 500 marketing experts from around the world attended the INFORMS 25th Annual Marketing Science Conference hosted by the Robert H. Smith School of Business, June 12-15, 2003. With 12 concurrent sessions and more than 400 presentations, the conference was the largest ever held at the school, and the largest Marketing Science Conference ever organized.

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June 10, 2003
Smith Business Close-Up Premieres on MPT

The Smith School has teamed up with Maryland Public Television (MPT) to produce a regular television segment focusing on todays best business practices and other business management issues.

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May 30, 2003
Smith Schools Netcentric Behavioral Lab Enables Technology-Driven Behavioral Research

The Smith School has opened a new behavioral research laboratory that combines state-of-the-art technology with traditional resources to conduct advanced behavioral research in business.

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May 29, 2003
Workshop on Economics and Information Security Held at Smith School

Professors Lawrence A. Gordon and Martin P. Loeb of the Smith Schools accounting and information assurance department presented some of their recent research on economic aspects of information security at the 2nd Annual Workshop on Economics and Information Security, held here at the Smith School on May 29-30, 2003.

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May 23, 2003
Spring Commencement Highlights, May 2003
Congratulations, Smith School Graduates!

 

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May 8, 2003
Mayer Fund Outperforms S&P 500 in 2002-2003

Corporate scandals, geopolitical instability, and a war in Iraq made 2002-2003 a difficult fiscal year in which to manage an equity fund. But despite the economic turmoil, the second-year MBA students who managed the Smith Schools Mayer Fund, now valued at $778,000, were able to beat their benchmarks for the year.

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May 1, 2003
Smith School Honors Student Leaders

The close of the spring semester at Smith is always filled with anticipation and excitement. Students are studying for finals, preparing oral presentations, attending awards ceremonies, looking for jobs, and counting the days until graduation. First-year MBAs are competing in the most anticipated event of the MBA program, the case competition.

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May 1, 2003
Company Founded by Smith School Undergraduate Wins $15,000 in Business Plan Competition

A start-up technology company founded by Smith School undergraduate has been awarded $15,000 in the University of Maryland's Third Annual Business Plan Competition.

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May 1, 2003
Over 1,500 Sign Smith's Tag Line Banner

Robert H. Smith '50 signed it in green directly below a logo that bears his name. University of Maryland President C. D. Mote Jr. signed it simply Dan Mote. Dean Howard Frank was the first to sign it; Justin Silbert, senior decision and information sciences major, was the last. Some, like John Hoss Cartwright, made it a work of careful deliberation.

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April 29, 2003
Export-Import Bank VP to Visit Smith School on April 29

John Emens, vice president of the Export-Import Bank's Trade Finance and Insurance Division, will speak to the Robert H. Smith School of Business on Tuesday, April 29, 2003. Emens has broad experience in both domestic and international banking and will discuss Ex-Im Bank's role in financing $13 billion in U.S. exports worldwide.

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