When Maryland Smith’s College Park Scholars work with corporations, exciting things can happen. This spring semester – and for the third consecutive year – 12 Smith freshmen and 17 sophomores from the Business, Society and the Economy living-learning program assisted Fox Sports University in marketing its NASCAR and iRacing properties.
No Teacher, No Tour Bus and No Comfort Zone for Teams on Self-Guided Field Trips Undergraduate students in the College Park Scholars program learned from some unlikely sources when they hit the streets of Washington, D.C., as part of an innovation course at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Undergraduate student Shyama Srikkanth, class of 2019, an operations management & business and environmental science & policy double major, writes about the Scholars Citation Ceremony held on September 21, 2018, at the Cambridge Community Center, University of Maryland.
How do you communicate if you're not allowed to talk? University of Maryland undergraduate students on a travel-study course to Silicon Valley learned by experience when they visited alumnus Brad Margolis at Electronic Arts. Students had 15 minutes to plan and navigate an “electronic” path on a mat created by Margolis, a 1994 graduate of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and senior director of Executive Development & Organization Effectiveness at EA.
Sixty-four sophomores in the Business, Society and the Economy (BSE) program at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business successfully completed the two-year College Park Scholars program on May 4, 2018. Over 800 College Park Scholars, mentors, and faculty attended the annual academic showcase where the BSE sophomores presented their semester-long Capstone projects. The event was held at the Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center.
Brett Prescott earned dual degrees in finance and economics from the University of Maryland, has a successful career in marketing and came back to College Park last week to share his experience with current undergraduates and be a part of the Terps’ Homecoming Weekend. During a “Lunch & Learn” on Oct. 27, 2017, a classroom-full of interested business students at the Robert H.
Dozens of student teams will take to the streets of Washington, D.C., in upcoming weeks as part of an Urban Challenge to “discover new things and experience the joy of that discovery.” Approximately 100 undergraduates at the University of Maryland's Robert H.
For the past 21 years, the University of Maryland has celebrated four students in the College Park Scholars (CPS) program who have earned the Scholars Citation and who exemplify the best in Academic Achievement and Citizenship during their two-year program. There are 12 unique CPS programs and the Robert H. School of Business sponsors one of them - the Business, Society and the Economy program (BSE). The awardees from all 12 programs were honored at the Citation Ceremony held on Oct. 13, 2017.
“Listen more than you speak and ask more questions than you can answer,” was the advice Heather Reilly, company manager of OVO at Cirque du Soleil, gave to more than 70 University of Maryland freshmen during a presentation on Aug. 27, 2017, at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Md.