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Dec 01, 2005
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The Smith School of Business has expanded its Executive MBA (EMBA) program in China to include Shanghai. Smith held a welcome reception for the first Shanghai cohort at the Portman Ritz Carlton in Shanghai on November 17, 2005.

Like the Beijing program, which was launched in January 2003, the Shanghai EMBA will be delivered by the world-renowned faculty of the Smith School. The innovative, 18-month EMBA program is designed specifically for mid-to-senior level executives.

Sep 01, 2005
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The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business is seeking nominations for the schools 2006 Smith Leadership and Excellence Awards. The annual awards, which pay tribute to business leaders and organizations that have made a significant and positive impact in the mid-Atlantic region, will be presented in four categories: Business Excellence, Leaders for the Digital Economy, Leadership Excellence, and Public Excellence.

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:

May 01, 2005
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The Smith School offers congratulations to the 770 undergraduate, 300 MBA/MS, 25 Executive MBA, and 10 PhD new degree holders who graduated on May 22, 2005. 

Feb 09, 2005
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Eighteen months ago, although already armed with a masters degree in chemical engineering from John Hopkins University, Eric Gwin was set on pushing himself to hit the textbooks again. In February 2005, this technical assistant to the president of Constellation Energy Group, Inc., graduated with an Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA) from the Robert H. Smith of Business, together...

Dec 30, 2004
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Singapore & College Park Md., November 30, 2004 - The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business and ChinaCast Communication Holdings Limited ("ChinaCast"), a leading provider of e-learning solutions in China, today announced that they have signed a memorandum of understanding ("MOU") to deliver education courses and programs to students in the People's Republic of China. ChinaCast continues to expand its lead position in the e-learning business in China and has already helped more than a dozen Chinese universities build...

Oct 25, 2004
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The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business has announced its intent to expand the Smith Executive MBA (EMBA) program in China to include Shanghai beginning in November 2005.

Oct 20, 2004
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The Smith CIO Forum, held October 8, explored the advantages and challenges of mobility with a full day of discussion and presentations on mobility in the workplace. Going Mobile, Changing the Pace and Place of Business brought together the world-class research of the Smith decision and information technologies faculty with the experience of high-level practitioners to explore issues of security, applications performance, and infrastructure key to the success of a mobile work force.

Mar 15, 2004
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For the past two years eSmith has been evolving into a comprehensive gateway that allows students, faculty, and staff to navigate through a network of public and private information, services, and business functions of the Smith School and the University of Maryland. The internal portal provides a secure infrastructure to present Web-based applications and information to the Smith community, focusing on tools for collaboration, research, and personal productivity.

Mar 15, 2004
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The Smith School is gearing up for its third Executive MBA class, scheduled to start on March 28, 2004.

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