Experiential Learning Students Offer Expertise to Industry Clients in Project Showcase Event

University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business graduate students, in the Master of Science in Management Studies programs, showcased innovative solutions for corporate clients through hands-on experiential learning, earning high praise for their professional and impactful projects.

The Smith School Recognizes Its Outstanding Faculty and Staff at 2024 Assembly

The globally renowned Smith School excels in business research and offers a top-tier educational experience within a supportive community. Annually, it honors outstanding faculty and staff with prestigious awards.

Smith Experts Offer Tips to Bring to the Negotiating Table in the Wake of Labor Strikes

From coast to coast and across industries, American labor unions are finding strength in numbers to fight for higher pay and increased protections amid soaring living costs and growing pay gaps.

It’s All About the Experience

The Smith School has always known how important experiential learning is for students. These hands-on, immersive experiences and opportunities to solve real problems for real companies help them develop critical thinking skills, greater resilience, and an ability to lead the organizations of the future. Smith has offered this type of learning—both in the classroom and beyond—for years.

MiM Program Closes Successful Year with Student Project Showcase

There’s a reason corporate and non-profit organizations turn to student teams at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business—they know how to translate classroom knowledge to real-world impact. This semester, nine interdisciplinary teams of four to five students from Maryland Smith’s Master of Science in Management Studies (MiM) program collaborated with real-world clients through the Experiential Learning course.

The Question You Should Never Ask In a Job Interview

RSE Ventures CEO Matt Higgins says with the Federal Reserve continuing its rate hiking campaign to tame inflation, millions of jobs could be at risk this year. So, he says now is “not” the time to ask a prospective employer what their remote work policy is during a job interview.

Faculty Member Huddles Up with UMD Women’s Basketball Team

For student-athletes, success on the court starts with success in the classroom, and that means professors are an integral part of the game plan. Rellie Derfler-Rozin, associate professor of management and organization and academic director of the Master of Science in Management Studies at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business spent a day with the UMD women’s basketball team as part of Maryland Athletics’ guest coaching program.

Smith Launches Online Master of Science in Management Studies (OMiM)

The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is launching a new master’s program ideal for recent graduates from any academic background and professionals in any industry seeking a time- and cost-efficient means to develop their foundational business skills.

How to Ask for What You Want Before Taking a Job

Are you looking through the details of a new job offer or planning to ask for a raise with your current employer? The labor shortage and need for good employees means you still have some leverage. And with inflation the highest it’s been in decades; you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to get the salary you deserve. Now’s your chance to negotiate.

Executive Education and Global Resources at Baltimore Innovation Week 2022

Each year, Baltimore expands its reach and reputation as a key hub for business and innovation. In its 11th year, Baltimore Innovation Week celebrates that growth with a week-long showcase of the city’s entrepreneurial spirit.

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