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Nov 10, 2020

Even when the global economy came to a halt due to COVID-19, business still carried on. In Maryland, companies found a way to weather the storm and now they are sharing their lessons with others.

This spring, the Center for Global Business (CGB) at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is recognizing companies that persevered through the pandemic with its Maryland Business Adapts 20/21 initiative.

Nov 06, 2020

Image caption: Team 4, composed of students from Maryland Smith and the Lahore School of Economics, presenting their final case to the panel of expert judges, joined by members of the Maryland Smith community.

Nov 06, 2020

With a pandemic and a struggling economy, it’s not the easiest time to be job-hunting.

For those who are looking for work or contemplating a career shift, Julie Neill, a career coach at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, offers some advice. 

Study the market

Firstly, she says, take time to strategize and survey how the landscape has shifted over these past few months. 

Nov 06, 2020

In 2020, virtual life became the norm and that made previously in-person activities like networking that much harder. But at Maryland Smith, the Office of Career Services (OCS) is showing why that doesn’t have to be the case. 

The OCS team has taken its many in-person activities and transformed them for a virtual world, making sure the important connections between students and employers could still take place. And it’s working, the team says. 

Oct 30, 2020

Rachel Levitt, a junior at Maryland Smith, was named 1 of 10 nationwide winners for the Michigan Sport Business Conference BIG Initiative and was recognized for her student leadership and passion for the sports industry. The contest saw a record number of applicants this year, but Levitt’s accomplishments and her application stood out.

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