Smith Profiles

Student Profile

National Lacrosse Title and a Job

Jennifer Giles, Undergraduate '19

May 2019 was a big month for Jennifer Giles. Not only did the Howard County, Md., native bring home a Maryland Smith diploma with a degree in marketing, she also helped take home the NCAA national championship trophy as a midfielder on the Terps women’s lacrosse team. 

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Faculty Profile

Finance With a Slice of Argentina

M. Cecilia Bustamante, Professor, Finance

Finance students have a place to go to practice their skills and test ideas at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. Study groups huddle in the faculty office of M.

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Student Profile

Smith Helps Leader Find Her Voice

Jennifer Lopes, Undergraduate

By Meredith Cobb

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Student Profile

Finance Skills Lead to Adidas Internship

Anthony Woodard Jr. , Full-time MBA '20 and MFin '20

By Meredith Cobb

Anthony “A.J.” Woodard Jr. ’20 loves music, leadership and math. He combines the first two passions in his side gig as a DJ.

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Student Profile

PwC Consultant Seizes Opportunities

Gabrielle Bianchi, '18, MSIS '19

By Meredith Cobb

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Student Profile

Ernst & Young Awaits Award Winner

Zoha Tariq, Undergraduate ’19

Zoha Tariq ’19 is the kind of person who has always had a clear vision of her goals and aspirations.

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Alumni Profile

Designer Transforms Sorority House

Jenna Steckler, Undergraduate ’94

By Meredith Cobb

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Student Profile

Skater Makes Her Mark in Full Color

Jasmine Snead, MBA '21

Entrepreneur Jasmine Snead, MBA ’21, has been skating since she was 5. But as a woman of color, she struggled to find tights that matched her skin tone.

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Faculty Profile

Chemical Engineer Finds Finance Niche

Russell Wermers, Professor, Finance

Passion for math and science led Russell Wermers to a career in chemical engineering.

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Faculty Profile

Trucks, Trains and Passion for Teaching

Thomas Corsi, Professor, Supply Chain Management

Thomas Corsi’s faculty office has that homey look of someone who has really settled in. Decorations include framed watercolors of trainyards that his father painted, a University of Maryland logo an aunt cross-stitched, and sports posters from his hometown Cleveland teams.

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