Victor Mullins heads the undergraduate program at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, and he has served in this position since July 2012. Prior to arriving at the Smith School, Mullins served as associate dean of undergraduate affairs in the College of Business at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign for nine years. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia; a Master of Arts Degree in Higher Education Administration at New York University (NYU); and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Higher Education Administration at NYU. Upon completion of his master’s degree at NYU, he began his higher education career. During his 11-year tenure at NYU, he served in several positions, including assistant dean of undergraduate affairs at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business. With over 20 years of experience, Mullins has been committed to the admission, retention, placement, and graduation of students. He is passionate about student development and enjoys working collaboratively with faculty, staff, students, alumni, and corporate partners in building a strong student-centered community. He is married to Nancy Glover Mullins and has two kids — Justin and Audrey.
Brian Horick is the assistant dean and an academic advisor at the Smith School where he oversees many administrative aspects of the program including course offerings and scheduling. In addition, he works closely with faculty leadership in areas of curriculum and course development. Horick has served full-time in an academic advising/administrative capacity at the Smith School of Business since 1993. He has a BS in finance from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from the University of Maryland. Prior to UMD, Horick worked as an accountant for several years. In his free time, he enjoys basketball, gardening, fishing and spending time with his family.
Luke Glasgow is the director at the Shady Grove campus where he manages the undergraduate program office, assists with academic advising, and oversees the Robert H. Smith School of Business undergraduate programs. Prior to joining the Smith School in 2000, Glasgow worked for the University of Maryland’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the Intercollegiate Athletics Department. Glasgow has spent his entire career in higher education and student services. He received an MS in higher education administration from the Johns Hopkins University and a BS degree from the University of Baltimore. While away from the office, Glasgow enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, family and friends. He is proud of his Scottish heritage and attends Scottish festivals in the US and abroad. He enjoys swimming, traveling, and watching and cheering for the Terps.
Aki Noguchi Giron is an alumna of the Smith School of Business, having earned a double degree in accounting and marketing. Prior to graduation, she worked in the office of Undergraduate Studies at College Park; then, after completing her studies, she took a position as an academic advisor at the Shady Grove campus. After taking a few years to hone her accounting and administrative skills in the private sector, she returned to the University of Maryland to serve as an academic advisor and program coordinator for the Smith School at Shady Grove. When she is away from the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, attending concerts and sporting events, traveling, cooking, eating, photography, running, biking and dancing.
Lindsay Cabrera is a coordinator in the undergraduate program. She is a University of Maryland graduate with a BA in Spanish language, culture and literature as well as foreign language education. During her undergraduate years, she served UMD as a resident assistant in Ellicott Hall and as an office assistant in human resources for Resident Life. After applying her degree to teach high school Spanish, she is excited to return to the UMD community in an administrative capacity. She is fluent in Spanish, and enjoys many elements of Latino culture, having traveled to the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico and Guatemala. She enjoys painting, salsa dancing and CrossFit.
Emily Moore, Shady Grove Undergraduate Program Office Front Desk
Emily Moore is an administrative assistant at the Smith School's Shady Grove campus. She is currently studying at UMD College Park for her Master of Library and Information Science degree. Prior to arriving in Maryland, she received her bachelor's in English with minors in history and creative writing, from Newberry College, Newberry, SC. While she was there she worked the reference desk at Wessels Library and was a Jeffcoat Archival Fellow. When she is not working, she enjoys writing, cooking, and spending time with her family.