This summer, Maryland Smith is catching up with MBA students who are working as interns at top companies across the country. In The Smith Report, we speak to students about how their internship experiences are helping them build their skills and make professional connections. In this edition, first-year MBA Ramana Sriwidya shares with us what it's like to work as an MBA intern at GlaxoSmithKline.
This summer, Maryland Smith is catching up with MBA students who are working as interns at top companies across the country. In The Smith Report, we speak to students about how their internship experiences are helping them build their skills and make professional connections. In this edition, first-year MBA Laura Hayes shares with us what it's like to work as an MBA intern at Ford Motor Company.
Maryland Smith’s Online MBA and Full-Time MBA programs are among the best in the country, according to a new ranking published by Fortune Education. Smith’s OMBA was listed as No. 6 in the United States in 2021. The highly acclaimed program also places among the top 10 in rankings from U.S. News & World Report and the Financial Times. Meanwhile, Maryland Smith’s flagship Full-Time MBA program ranked as No. 26 in the country in 2021, according to Fortune Education.
Two full-time MBA graduates, Maria Herold and Rachel Loya, from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, are among Poets & Quants MBAs to Watch – Class of 2021.
Join us to learn more about the Center for Social Value Creation's Impact Consulting Fellowship (ICF)! This event is a wonderful opportunity to hear the experiences of past ICF participants, as well as ask any questions you may have regarding the program. ICF aims to connect cross-functional student teams (composed of Undergraduate, Masters, and MBA students) with impact-driven companies and organizations to provide pro-bono consulting services.
It’s been a tough year to make predictions in financial markets, but Maryland Smith MBA students have been up to the challenge. In the 12 months beginning April 2020, Maryland Smith’s team of Mayer Fund full-time MBA students helped the fund outperform the S&P 500 by 14.79% and grow it to roughly $7 million through appreciation and investment decisions.
Russ Lorber, MBA ’02, had always had an entrepreneurial interest, but for many years, he wasn’t sure what to do with it. In 25 years in finance and business operations, he had traveled the world, learning business cultures, supply chains, and sometimes, visiting winemakers. In 2020, he made the leap, ending a two-decade career with W.R. Grace, and launching a startup. That’s how the Baltimore-based Wide Roots wine-importing company was born.
The Center for Global Business partnered with the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, the College of Business at Florida International University, and Austral Education Group to organize and offer the first Ace the Case Global Business Challenge from February 19 through March 5, 2021.