“It’s moving to me that our project will in some small way impact the future of veteran care. Isn’t that what we all want in life, to leave our corner of the world a little better than we found it?”
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.
Students majoring in Information Systems got the opportunity to use what they’d learned throughout the undergraduate program in a culminating experiential learning senior capstone course where they built web solutions for small local businesses and worked with professionals and alumni from Deloitte and KPMG.
A Strategic Design Fellows team representing the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business tied for third place in the recent American Marketing Association (AMA) International Collegiate Case Competition sponsored by the Wall Street Journal. The Smith team was among 10 selected (from 78 teams submitting cases) for the competition held in early April in New Orleans.
The Maryland Smith Blockchain Accelerator is pleased to announce that it has accepted eight ventures into its Spring 2023 cohort.
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.
In this edition, rising second-year MBA student Urshilah Senthilnathan shares with us what it's like to work as an MBA intern at Amazon in Austin, TX.
In this edition, rising second-year MBA student Manuel Martinez shares with us what it's like to work as an MBA intern at Pfizer in New York City, NY.
Maryland Smith Students Partner with Maryland Companies through Center for Global Business Summer Programs
This summer, Maryland Smith students solved international business problems for Maryland companies through two programs offered by the Center for Global Business – the Marketing Maryland Virtual Internship Program and the Maryland Global Consulting Program. These programs provided students the opportunity to develop professional skills, and expand their work experience by applying their classroom learning to the real world.