Six second-year Smith MBA students competed in and finished the 2003 Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C., on October 26, 2003. Although pushed by personal strength and commitment through the 26.2-mile endurance road race, the Smith team was united and inspired by their mutual commitment to supporting the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
The Smith community congratulates Parichad "Cherry" Kwunyeun, class of '00, on her recent Fulbright Grant. She was one of just seven U.S. professionals chosen to work and study in Thailand for one full year.
This year, as the Smith School's Office of Undergraduate Programs continues to focus on building a stronger community through welcoming and actively engaging its newest recruits, a promising class of freshman students brings with them an enthusiasm about Smith that will prove infinitely invaluable.
As we begin another academic school year, we would like to take this opportunity to highlight some of the Smith School's most recent success stories and introduce you to new faculty members and students.
The new $38 million wing at the Smith School has been recognized by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) for the facility's advanced technology. The Maryland chapter of AGC has honored the projects contractor, The Whiting-Turning Contracting Company, with the organizations 2003 Build Maryland Award for State of the Art Advancement.