2021 Annual Report

Better Business Partners

The last year brought challenges unlike any that I have seen in my 40-year career, but it also revealed opportunities for the Smeal community to shine. As I reflect on all that transpired in 2020-21, I am reminded of just how fortunate I am to be surrounded by bright and ambitious students, outstanding educators, talented staff, and an alumni network that is second to none.

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A Partner in Lifelong Learning

In just the past year — and during a worldwide public health crisis — Smeal forged ahead with creating new graduate degrees, expanding its portfolio of certificates, and building ever greater flexibility into all of its programs in response to market demand.

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A Driven Community

A team of researchers says that arguments to restore full deductibility of state and local taxes, or SALT, for homeowners because of equity and fairness issues are off-base.

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Prepared to Make an Impact

The coursework he did this past spring convinced Penn State Smeal MBA student Bitrus Baba that clean energy is the wave of the future — and that wave is quickly breaking into the present.

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Making Business Better

For three years, a team of Penn State Smeal faculty members worked to define what business students need to learn about sustainability. In the process, they hope to define a new standard for business education globally.

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Class Notes, 2021 Annual Report

Evan Gorski ’18 Fin earned a Master of Science in Energy and Sustainability from Northwestern University. He is a sustainability consultant at John Beath Environmental. He lives in Chicago, Il.   Madelyn Koch ’15 Mktg is a...

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