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Aug 30, 2005
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College Park, Md. - August 30, 2005 The University of Marylands Robert H. Smith School of Business today announced that it will begin offering full and partial tuition scholarships to the schools executive MBA (EMBA) program. The scholarships will be merit-based and specifically designed to help executives from underrepresented industry areas including the government and non-profit sectors in attaining their career and leadership goals. One of each of the following scholarships will be open to participants within each EMBA class:

Aug 22, 2005

College Park, Md. August 22, 2005 - The undergraduate program at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business is ranked among the best in the nation with the school listed in the U.S. top 20 for seven business specialty categories according to the latest U.S.News & World Report college ranking report released on August 19, 2005.

Aug 01, 2005
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The Smith School is in the midst of another great academic year and we are excited that you have decided to join us! Forbes magazine ranked our part-time MBA program #7 in the nation, and U.S. Newsranked five of our six academic departments in the top 25. In November, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) ranked Smith's custom management programs #5 in the U.S. and #8 in the world.

Aug 01, 2005
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New research from the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business suggests there might be a right and a wrong time to introduce a new technology to guarantee the best reception. A study of a program that provided Nextel BlackBerry 7510 wireless handheld devices to all of the schools full-time MBA students found notable differences between first- and second-year MBA students use and acceptance of their handheld devices, with the first-year students expressing significantly higher levels of acceptance and commitment. The findings point to

Aug 01, 2005
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The part-time MBA program at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business is rated as the No. 7 program in the United States according to the latest Forbes Best Business Schools report. Forbes school rankings are based on return on investment meaning compensation five years after graduation minus tuition. Forbes also places the Smith Schools full-time program among the best in the United States and at No. 29 it is the top ranked business management program for the region.

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