The Robert H. Smith School of Business constantly proves itself to be one of the top business schools in the nation with a wide array of unique opportunities and premier academic programming. The Fellows programs offered at Smith are just some of those unique opportunities given to undergraduate students.
Four University of Maryland undergraduates once again represented the Robert H. Smith School of Business in an impressive – and winning – manner last week when they traveled to the University of Connecticut to compete in the 2017 CIBER Case Competition. The multi-day event combines students representing universities from around the world, placing them into teams of four to compete in analyzing and presenting an international business case to judges. Each four-student team is comprised of one student from an international business school and three...
For the past 21 years, the University of Maryland has celebrated four students in the College Park Scholars (CPS) program who have earned the Scholars Citation and who exemplify the best in Academic Achievement and Citizenship during their two-year program. There are 12 unique CPS programs and the Robert H. School of Business sponsors one of them - the Business, Society and the Economy program (BSE).
Lauren Black, class of 2019 accounting and information systems double major, writes about a special panel discussion for undergraduate transfer students held on Oct. 10, 2017, at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Students starting their careers should ask themselves three questions, Unilever North America President Kees Kruythoff said on Oct. 10, 2017, at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. “These individual discussions can help you discover your personal purpose,” Kruythoff said during a CEO @ Smith keynote address. “People with purpose, they thrive.”
Do you have a global mindset? Undergraduate students at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business will be asked that question every time they enter the new globally branded Undergraduate Programs suite in 1570 Van Munching Hall. This semester, the Smith School highlights the many opportunities that undergraduate students have to develop a global mindset during their time in College Park.
Undergraduate students from the University of Maryland’s QUEST honors program took center stage on Oct. 7, 2017, as they pitched their ideas to a panel of IBM judges. In celebration of the program’s 25th anniversary, IBM partnered with Quality Enhancement Systems and Teams (QUEST) to introduce the monthlong design challenge.
The Quality Enhancement Systems and Teams (QUEST) Honors Program at the University of Maryland celebrated 25 years of continuous improvement with a spectacular anniversary gala on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, at The Hotel, the new luxury hotel and conference center at UMD. Attendees included more than 420 current students, alumni, faculty and staff, along with their families and friends.
First impressions are everything in the world of business. How you present yourself can determine whether you are hired or not. With small classes focused on relevant topics outside of academics, the class BMGT398T is concentrated on helping transfer students build and maintain their professional profile. The class hosted various events to mimic real-life business settings to acclimate students to the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business and build their confidence for entering a competitive industry.
Victor Mullins, associate dean of the undergraduate program at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business, recently asked Katherine Brzozowski ’19 to share her unique experience during this past summer.