News at Smith

Aug 04, 1998

College Park, MD - August 4, 1998 - Dr. Pat Cleveland has been appointed assistant dean for undergraduate programs at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park. For the past six years, she was the assistant dean for student academic services at the University of Hawaii's College of Business.

Mar 30, 1998

College Park, MD - March 30, 1998 - Robert H. Smith, president of Charles E. Smith Construction, Inc., in Arlington, VA, has committed $15 million to the University of Maryland Business School, the business school's largest private gift ever. In recognition and appreciation of this gift of endowment, the Maryland Business School has been named the Robert H. Smith School of Business.

Mar 20, 1998

College Park, MD - March 20, 1998 - Sabrina L. White has joined the University of Maryland Business School as director of MBA and MS admissions. White is the former director of graduate studies in business for Bowling Green State University in Ohio.

In her previous position, White led in the recruitment, admission, and retention efforts for full and part-time students. She also coordinated the on-campus Executive MBA program, as well as the professional development series for graduate business students.

Jan 14, 1998

College Park, MD - January 14, 1998 - William E. and Kathy Mayer have committed $1.5 million to the Dean's Fund for Excellence at the University of Maryland Business School. William Mayer served as dean of the business school for four years, from 1992 to 1996. He received both his undergraduate (1966) and MBA (1967) degrees from the school. Currently, he is with Development Capital, LLC, in New York City; he is a founding member of the firm.

Oct 29, 1997

Baltimore, MD - October 29, 1997 - U.S. Senators Barbara Mikulski and Paul Sarbanes today presented the 1997 Senate Productivity Award to the University of Maryland Medical System. They made the presentation at the Maryland Excellence Conference at Martin's West in Baltimore, sponsored by the Maryland Center for Quality & Productivity (part of the University of Maryland Business School) and its many co-sponsors.


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