A Drive to Make a Difference

Gregory Rosario ’24, a first-gen college student at Smith, values his education, recognized with top scholarships. He thrives as a leader and advocates for his community, inspired by supportive mentors.

Belonging in Business

Jeffrey Kyei-Asare, a Class of '25 student at Smith, proves his business acumen with StreetLoveDMV, winning $20,000 at Pitch Dingman Competition and earning recognition from Vice President Harris.

Smith School No 11 (Publics) in U.S. News and World Report's 2024 Undergraduate Business Program Ranking

The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business rose two places to rank No. 21 overall and No. 11 among public schools in this year's U.S. News and World Report Undergraduate Business Program Ranking, solidifying its standing as a premier institution for undergraduate education.

Smith School Research Helps Minor League Baseball Players Swing for the Fences

Ever since the Oakland Athletics’ ‘Moneyball’ days, participants at the highest level of America’s national pastime have relied on statistics, looking for an edge on the competition. Now, research from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is helping Minor League Baseball players do the same.

Alum on Bringing “Cool” Entrepreneurial Ideas to Life

As the founder of three companies, Anindya Datta, MS ’89, PhD ’93, follows a straightforward formula to entrepreneurship—make something you think is cool.

Huang Receives Information Systems Early Career Award

Maryland Smith professor Peng Huang received the Sandy Slaughter Early Career Award from the INFORMS Information Systems Society during the group's annual meeting Nov. 4-7 in Phoenix. The award recognizes individuals on a path toward making outstanding intellectural contributions to the information systems discipline. 

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