The CEO and Global Chairman of Ernst & Young, Carmine Di Sibio, will share his insights from leading one the world’s largest professional services firms in a conversation with students, alumni, faculty and friends at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. Di Sibio will join the Smith community virtually, via Webex, on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, at noon. The event is the latest in the CEO@Smith speaker series, this time co-hosted by Maryland Smith’s Center for Global Business.
Among the things that COVID-19 changed this year: the summer internship. Many of 2020’s summer interns did their work virtually, spending those summer months at a computer, rather than in a corporate cubicle. That’s how it was for Maryland Smith marketing interns Kaylee Towey ’20 and Kelsie Oshinsky ’22. In a summerlong internship with UV equipment maker Miltec UV, they gained professional marketing experience – in a virtual setting.
Campus shutdowns across the United States at the mid-March onset of the coronavirus pandemic included a shutdown of executive education open enrollment and custom programs delivered on campus.
A summer of protests against racial injustice prompted conversation and contemplation around the country and around the world. At the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, that important work is continuing, empowering voices through new initiatives.
When you sign up for the Online MBA program at Maryland Smith, you get the skills you need to take your career to the next level, with a flexible schedule that helps you manage your time and attain your goals. But you also get a community that supports you through the program – and for years to come.