We received more than 250 submissions for the third iteration of the Smith Photo Contest at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. After a month of online voting and judges’ deliberation, we are proud to share the 20 winning photographs from the talented Smith community.
A new study finds that employees whose tasks are organized in a routine and repetitive way are more likely to break rules to make their workday simpler. But there's good news. The researchers found that shaking up the order in which employees perform tasks – even without changing the tasks themselves – can prevent rule-breaking. "What was surprising, but also encouraging, for me was that such a very subtle manipulation in the
At the Smith School, we believe everyone’s voice matters. Our community of learning is enriched when we embrace those with different backgrounds, viewpoints, experiences and interests.
An executive order to ban new regulations is not atypical of new administrations. It is pretty common and it usually doesn't last for long. However, with the way this ban was written, it may not only ban the Department of Treasury from writing regulations, but it may also ban the Internal Revenue Service from writing notices, rulings and procedural documents. This is not a good thing for taxpayers or the
This month, the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business officially launches the Office of Diversity Initiatives to advance a culture of diversity throughout the Smith community. The office was established to provide advising, programming, coaching and services for students, faculty and staff to ensure inclusion for underrepresented minorities, women, active military and veterans, LGBTQ+ individuals, international populations, and people with disabilities.