The Maryland Smith chapter of the American Marketing Association drew several accolades at the 2021 International Collegiate Conference.
Mary Beth Furst
SMITH BRAIN TRUST – The coronavirus pandemic has changed so much about the way we live and work. And some of those changes are here to stay. Maryland Smith experts explore a few of them.
This summer the Center for Global Business at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business organized the first Global Marketing Virtual Internship program, a program the center plans to make a yearly affair.
Twenty-two Maryland Smith undergraduate students were selected from a pool of over 100 applicants to participate in the cohort-based 10-week program focused on website globalization and digital marketing. The students were placed with Maryland and D.C.-based companies that export their products and services abroad.
SMITH BRAIN TRUST – The coronavirus pandemic is having an impact across industries, sectors and cultures, and prompting people around the world to pose questions and seek answers.
Mary Beth Furst is an Associate Clinical Professor in Marketing at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. She teaches foundational marketing classes at the undergraduate and MBA level. Prior to joining the Smith School, Mary Beth was a professor of business at Howard Community College where she developed curriculum and faculty. She also taught courses in marketing and business at the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.