When the cost of tuition was considered against the 20-year return on investment, Rutgers Business School ranked No. 9 in a group of 25 schools, including such other public institutions as University of California-Berkeley, University of Pennsylvania and New York University. More ›
In addition, professors Nancy DiTomaso and Jeffrey Robinson were nominated for two prestigious university awards recognizing their outstanding achievements and reflecting the high regard their colleagues have for them. More ›
"It’s good to know that one can be recognized for producing research that makes a significant, high-quality and rigorous contribution to the understanding of marketing and public policy,” Professor Jerome Williams said, "and at the same time be recognized for changing people’s lives for the better." More ›
Olena Paslawsky, Rutgers MBA ’78, will return to Rutgers Business School on April 23 to share her insights as the featured speaker at the CFO Lecture Series. She plans to speak about her career, including her transition to the non-profit world and her views on what it takes to be successful – regardless of the color blouse an executive wears. More ›
Dhrumil Shah and his team mates – sophomores Renato Franco- Rosas, Anna Sista and Qiongshan “Charlotte” Lin as well as juniors Nicole Perez, Erika Uchinaite and Sofia Gonzalez – won the March 27 competition over nine other teams, including Penn State, Ohio State, Rider and Seton Hall. The winners received $5,000 in prize money. More ›
If you are a leader in the healthcare industry, you are most definitely going to encounter ethical dilemmas. The question is, will you handle it like an amateur, or like a pro? Judy Young, executive...
Anyone with a mind for business has the same question about college: What’s the return on my investment?
Economists generally agree that a college degree pays off, but new research from PayScale has...