Fifteen participants from colleges and universities throughout the United States traveled to Cuba from May 21-28, 2017, with the University of Maryland’s Center for International Business Education and Research (UMD CIBER).
Dr. Ibrahim's research interest is management of technology; especially the strategic applications of information systems to supply chain management. His research was published by APICS's Production and Inventory Control Journal and Harvard Business School. Ibrahim is on the editorial review board of the Journal of Operations Management. His primary teaching areas are: systems analysis and design, data communications, and operations management. He was nominated for the Outstanding Scholar of the Year Award in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1996. He has worked for and consulted with a number of industry leaders including McDonnell Douglas, Phillips Electronics, and Siemens Medical Systems.
During the past year, the Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) collected nominations from graduating seniors at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business for the 2017’s Faculty Member of Distinction Award.
Smith School professors are ready to infuse undergraduate business courses with a healthy dose of East Asia. Five Smith professors were invited to participate in a summer institute with the goal of integrating East Asia into their classes last month.
Dr. Ibrahim is a clinical professor who teaches courses in systems analysis and production management. Previously he taught at George Mason University and at Marymount College.