Merging Computer Science and Business
Louiqa Raschid, Decision, Operations and Information Technologies (Faculty)
What does computer science have to do with business school? A lot, says Louiqa Raschid, professor of information systems at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Relationship Building Doesn't Always Come Easy
Larry Legates, MBA '04
For senior global trade compliance manager, Larry Legates, MBA ’04, developing a global mindset goes far beyond the workplace. Legates studied abroad in Spain, Chile, and Mexico.
Driven To Make a Difference
Ritu Agarwal’s career in academia is more than a job. To her, it’s a calling and a chance to make a positive impact on the world.
Creating an App To Get Millennials Giving
The problem, says Rachel Epstein Klausner ’11, isn’t that she wasn’t giving to charity, the problem was her giving habits.
'An Environment I Wanted To Be Part Of'
Dan Robillard, Online MBA '19
For Dan Robillard, community has always been important. After working in the U.S. Navy for eight years, Robillard was looking for a community to call his own as he transitioned back to private life.
Leaving Industry and Finding Something More
Adams B. Steven, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
Adams Steven’s career began with a test. “In countries like Sierra Leone, you don’t really choose where you work, but you hope you get the job,” he says. “It’s not uncommon to see people with, say, physics degrees, working with you.”
Reading Between the Data Points
Sahitya Angara, MS in Business Analytics 2020
Sahitya Angara took an analytical approach when selecting a master's program. We’d expect nothing less from her – Angara was, in fact, a data analyst prior to arriving in Maryland from her former job in Chennai, India. She’s always enjoyed “reading between the data points.”
For the Love of Programming and Econometrics
Poulami Ghosh, MS in Quantitative Finance 2021
Poulami Ghosh developed a love of computer programming at the end of high school. “It started in 11th grade. I was interested in computer programming.
A Chat With a ‘Human Energizer Bunny’
David Rosenstein , Undergraduate
David Rosenstein chose the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business for its connections and its energy: two things he knows plenty about.
“It’s a very happy place,” he says of Van Munching Hall.
Raising the Barre
Maryland Smith alum finds a niche and a career in perfect balance