Smith’s Pete Kyle Selected for Prestigious Wharton-Jacobs Levy Prize

Albert “Pete” Kyle will receive the Wharton-Jacobs Levy Prize for his research on market microstructure, based on his 1985 Econometrica paper, “

New Faculty Strengthen Smith’s ‘Grand Challenges’ Strategy

Balaji Padmanabhan is among the earliest professors to bring machine learning into an MBA program. Sining Song’s research explores environmental-to-fintech-related factors in supply chain sustainability. And Agustin Hurtado recently analyzed 87 million minority-borrower accounts in a study showing minority bank ownership reduces information frictions and improves credit allocations. These professors are among the nine new tenure-track faculty members and three full time professional track faculty joining the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business this fall.

Smith’s Anil Gupta Recognized by Strategic Management Society for Scholarly Impact

Anil K. Gupta, Michael D. Dingman Chair in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business has received the 2023 CK Prahalad Award for Scholarly Impact on Practice from the Strategic Management Society (SMS).

New Faculty Hire Brings Expertise in Contextual Artificial Intelligence to Bolster MS and MBA Programs

In a reinforcing move amid expanding its artificial intelligence and machine learning curricula — including for its recently STEM-designated MBA programs, the University of Maryland’s Robert H.

Smith Announces Ritu Agarwal Distinguished PhD Fellowship

The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business has established the Ritu Agarwal Distinguished PhD Fellowship in Information Systems.

Serguey Braguinsky Selected as Fulbright Scholar for Japan

Serguey Braguinsky, an associate professor in management and organization at the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business, was selected as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar for 2023-2024 for Japan on behalf of the U.S. Department of State. Fulbright Scholar Awards are prestigious and competitive fellowships that provide unique opportunities for scholars to teach and conduct research abroad.

Debra Shapiro Selected to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

Debra Shapiro, the Clarice Smith Professor of Management & Organization at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, was selected to receive the International Association for Conflict Management’s (IACM) Lifetime Achievement Award. Each year, the IACM honors one outstanding faculty member for “meritorious, long-standing, paradigm-shifting contributions to the study of conflict management and negotiation.” Winners are selected by a committee from nominations of scholars whose careers epitomize the goals and purposes of the association.

Center for Global Business Announces PhD International Research Award

The Center for Global Business (CGB) announces that Abhay Grover, PhD candidate in supply chain management (Logistics, Business & Public Policy), has been awarded the 2023 PhD International Research Award for “A Study of the Impact of the United States’ Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) on a Domestic Firm’s Global Trade.” Now in its tenth year, this award supports doctoral candidates performing research on international topics.

Smith Launching Doctor of Business Administration Program

Applications are open for the new Doctor of Business Administration Program at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business. The program is designed for working professionals to elevate their careers as leaders in business organizations and government agencies that utilize cutting-edge technologies and business analytics to drive growth and innovation.

Faculty Member Appointed to Maryland House of Delegates

Through courses and workshops, Sarah Wolek ’01 teaches self-leadership and flourishing. The Smith School faculty member helps students work toward full and authentic lives informed by purpose, community, nature and prosperity. As a newly appointed member of Maryland’s House of Delegates, she hopes to do something similar for her constituents in District 16 and residents across the state.

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