The University of Maryland’s longstanding commitment to instill innovation in Terps helped place it among the nation’s top schools for entrepreneurship education in rankings released Nov. 15, by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
Joseph Bailey recalls plotting an electrical engineering career path while growing up in northern New Jersey. Subsequent study at Carnegie Mellon led him to explore that field in a public policy context at Stanford. Then at MIT, he added telecommunications to the mix and co-authored the seminal 1995 book “Internet Economics.”
The Smith School is pleased to open nominations for the inaugural cohort of the Smith School Hall of Fame as part of the celebration of the 25 year Silver Jubilee.
2023 will mark the 25th anniversary of the official naming of the Robert H. Smith School of Business. During this landmark year, the school will celebrate the life and legacy of Robert H. Smith and reflect on the impact of his philanthropic investment in the school.
Dean Prabhudev C. Konana, along with faculty, administrators and students, took a bold step toward the school’s future by outlining goals to reimagine learning, curricula and programs, address society’s grand challenges, invest in people and communities, and build a solid foundation for operational health, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the school’s naming and the 50th anniversary of the school becoming a separate college.
The newest U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings for undergraduate programs are out, with the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business No. 13 among U.S. business schools at public institutions.
The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is relaunching its Online Master of Science in Business Analytics (OMSBA) program with increased flexibility for early-to mid-career working professionals from a wide array of academic and professional backgrounds, looking to make data-driven business decisions leveraging the power of analytics.
It’s one of the top reasons people embark on the journey to earn an advanced academic degree – getting the job they really want. In both Fall 2021 and Spring 2022, the Master of Science in Accounting Program (MSA) at the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business helped 100% of its graduates who were known to be seeking new employment, do just that.
A $1.34 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education through its Title IV Centers for International Business (CIBE) program will enable the Center for Global Business at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business to expand its portfolio of programs through 2026.
New Maryland Smith graduates Anthony Duellman and Lynze Hagan are among Poets & Quants “Best & Brightest Online MBAs: Class Of 2022.”