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Dingman Center Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of the Rudy Awards

Entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, students and faculty joined the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business on Thursday, May 2 to celebrate the fifth annual Rudy Awards. Named after former dean and Dingman Center founding director, Rudolph “Rudy” Lamone, the ceremony honors and recognizes the...

#SmithHired Success Story: Catharine Montgomery

  Catharine Montgomery, PTMBA ’19, is now Vice President at 617MediaGroup in Boston, MA. Catharine will lead teams in managing, creating and overseeing strategic communications campaigns as well as own and drive day-to-day client work for progressive social causes on an international scale.   When searching for a new job, it takes...

The Smith Alumni Referral Program

Do you know someone who would be an ideal candidate for a Maryland Smith MBA program? If so, you can connect them to our Admissions office through the Alumni Referral Program. We are especially interested in individuals who rise to challenges and think creatively about problems. We want people who will be able...

Fearless Speaker Series: Alex Attumalil

Current students and recent admitted students for the Part Time MBA program enjoyed a Fearless Speaker event at the Baltimore campus on May 1st. The speaker for the May event was Alex Attumalil, a current EMBA student at the Smith School of Business. Alex is a passionate security practitioner, responsible for...

Exploring the Link Between U.S.-Funded Research and Innovation

If you want to ignite fresh innovation in technology, there are worse places to start than Washington, D.C. That’s because research funded by the federal government has a tendency to spark breakthrough inventions. In recent research, Maryland Smith’s Brent Goldfarb and two co-authors show that the federal funding affects both the rate...