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.
In March, as hospitals around the country were struggling to equip first responders with the personal protective equipment they needed to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, Hobie Cohen had an idea.
He had a 3D printer at home and wasn’t using it. Why not put it to work making face masks?
This summer the Center for Global Business at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business organized the first Global Marketing Virtual Internship program, a program the center plans to make a yearly affair.
Twenty-two Maryland Smith undergraduate students were selected from a pool of over 100 applicants to participate in the cohort-based 10-week program focused on website globalization and digital marketing. The students were placed with Maryland and D.C.-based companies that export their products and services abroad.
There will be a few new professors in the corridors of Van Munching Hall and in Maryland Smith’s online courses this academic year.
Five new professors will join the faculty at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. Here’s a little bit about them.
Alexander Mikhailovsky ’18 didn’t have much time to celebrate his graduation from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Within days of receiving his finance degree, the U.S. Army Reservist headed to Afghanistan to provide logistics support for the military.
“I volunteered to be deployed,” Mikhailovsky said. “I supported combat operations and coordinated various types of equipment. It was a great experience, and I learned a lot.”
When he returned to the United States in 2019, he faced a new mission: