How Alumni Are Helping Smith Students Get Jobs

More Smith alumni are giving back to help current students get better jobs, thanks to new efforts from the Office of Career Services and the newly launched Office of Experiential Learning.

New Year, New Goals

A new year brings a fresh start, a full slate of 365 days to work on improving oneself in one way or another. Ten Smith professors are sharing their New Year’s resolutions: Tejwansh (Tej) Singh Anand, Clinical Professor of Practice and the Academic Director for the MS in Information Systems Programs “Find innovative ways to propel myself and my students Fearlessly Forward.”

Why Are Women Still So Underrepresented in Management?

We’re less than 90 days away from the end of 2022, and though there have been astronomical changes in the way business is done, women continue to lag behind men in getting leadership positions.

Maryland Smith Expands Business Minor With Launch of Asynchronous Program

This fall, students in any program at the University of Maryland will have access to business courses in an online format to fit into their schedules from anywhere, thanks to the new asynchronous business minor program from the Robert H. Smith School of Business.

Smith’s Daylin Russo Among Class of 2022 Best & Brightest MBAs

Daylin Russo, representing the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business Full-Time MBA Program, is featured among the world’s 100 “Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2022,” by Poets & Quants, the digital news outlet dedicated to global coverage of business education.

Can’t Do Inbox Zero? Try This Instead

Imagine beginning your workday with an email inbox that was nearly empty, and ending it in a Zen-like perfect state of emptiness. It’s the idea, of course, behind Inbox Zero, the meticulous email management system aimed at keeping the inbox message-free.

The Way Forward

From the earliest weeks of the pandemic, Maryland Smith’s Nicole Coomber was noticing a worrying trend. Upwardly mobile professionals across her social media networks were opting to step back from their careers, overwhelmed by the new demands of their work lives and home lives.

Why CSVC Created a Handbook for Impact Consulting

Amidst a pandemic, the Center for Social Value Creation has created an unlikely source of commonality between universities: a guidebook.

Having Critical Conversations at Work

How Mentors, Community Help Create Diverse, Inclusive Workplaces For Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) professionals, getting ahead in the corporate environment can be difficult. But they don’t need to walk the road alone. Malcolm Gillian ’95, MBA ’00, says his path to success was forged in part because of the mentorship he received early in his career. Having that mentor, he says, was essential for his first promotion after graduate school and accelerated his career growth.

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