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You remember the feeling. Singing the Maryland fight song in the stands. Rushing to class across McKeldin Mall. Rubbing Testudo’s nose for luck. You’re a Terp. Passionate. Curious. Inspired. And always ready to take the next bold step. Your alumni association is here to help you stay fearless: connecting you with fellow alumni, preparing you for new opportunities and engaging you with unforgettable events.

Join the UMD Alumni Association today!

Alumni Reunions

Smith graduates from the classes of 2019, 2015, 2010, 2005, 2000, 1995, 1990, 1985, 1980, 1975 and 1970, get ready to celebrate your reunion milestone! Mark your calendar to join us in College Park to reminisce and reconnect with your classmates.

More information about Smith reunions will be coming soon. Please make sure your email address and contact information are up to date!

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Have a question? Send us an email at alumni@rhsmith.umd.edu!

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    S. Alemayehu & F. Biratu  
    Seble Alemayehu, PTMBA ’12, and Felekech “Fei” Biratu, PTMBA ’13, started as high school friends. After a similar journey through life, a move around the globe and MBA degrees from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, they now are proud cofounders of Yenaé, an online high-end fashion jewelry brand. 
  • Googler Goes Off the Beaten Path
    Arhaan Saksena '15
    What separates the top performers from everyone else? According to Googler and Maryland Smith graduate Arhaan Saksena, MS '15, it's a focus on the big picture. "Always ask yourself, what is the larger problem that you're trying to solve?" he says. "It's crucial to define the overarching goal first, and work smartly to resolve the issue." Otherwise, he says, you will end up spending time and resources on tasks that may not be aligned with the actual problem.
  • From Tennis Pro to Accounting Pro
    Katya Tour ’17 & ’18
    Deloitte tax consultant Ekaterina “Katya” Tour ’17, MS ’18, made the most of a four-year tennis scholarship at the University of Maryland.