The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business will present its next "Team with the Dean" session, featuring UBalt alumnus Sunil Budhrani, MD, MPH, MBA, CEO and CMO at Innovation Health, on April 13. He and Merrick Dean Murray Dalziel will explore aspects of our healthcare system that show new thinking in a post-Covid-19 world.
The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business will host a presentation for the new book by three faculty members and their colleague on April 9. The book, Entrepreneurship in Africa: Context and Perspectives, was written by Ven Sriram, professor of marketing, David Lingelbach, associate professor of entrepreneurship, Tigineh Mersha, professor of operations management, and their colleague, Franklyn Manu, a professor of marketing at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration. This is an opportunity to meet and hear from the authors directly as they move us a step closer to understanding entrepreneurship in cross-cultural settings.
Judges representing UBalt's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation have selected eight businesses as finalists for the upcoming "Rise to the Challenge" Pitch Competition. The annual event, now in its ninth year, provides an opportunity for members of the greater UBalt community to pitch ideas and concepts for new and existing businesses before a live audience. The event will take place April 22.
The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business continues its "Team with the Dean" conversation series about managing in a post-Covid world on March 30, when Kimberly Morgan, Chief Operating Officer at LendUp, joins in to talk with Dean Murray Dalziel about fintech and social inclusion. This is a free and open session on Zoom.
"Team with the Dean" special guest is Kimberly Morgan, Chief Operating Officer at LendUp. She and the dean will delve into the topics of fintech and social inclusion as well as how the pandemic affects their business prospects.
Sanwar Sunny, assistant professor of entrepreneurship and innovation in The University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business, weighs in on the myths vs. the reality of blockchain, as part of a panel of experts invited by the website ZyCrypto to clear the air about this elusive piece of technology.