Rutgers Business School News

Beta Gamma Sigma at Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick wins Gold Chapter Award

"This is a huge accomplishment for the New Brunswick chapter,” said Helen Pensavalle, who is an adviser to the student chapter. "It is a reflection of the hard work, devotion and determination put forth by the BGS student board members and all involved." More ›

Friday, March 24, 2017

TAGS: Awards Marty Markowitz Undergraduate New Brunswick

Rutgers Business School News

U.S. News ranks Rutgers among Top 50 MBA programs in U.S.A.

Rutgers Business School rose into the top 50 MBA programs in the nation for both the Full-Time MBA and Part-Time MBA programs in U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings. More ›

Friday, March 24, 2017

TAGS: MBA Rankings U.S. News and World Report

Rutgers Business School News

Part-Time MBA Program offers classes near Jersey City's bustling financial district

Linda Fleming completed her first semester in May and plans to pursue a concentration in strategy and leadership as she continues her studies. "The courses are very applicable, especially as I move ahead in my career,” she said. "I hope to eventually move into a leadership position and an MBA will equip me with the tools to be successful in that work." More ›

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

TAGS: Jersey City MBA Part-Time MBA Satellite locations

Rutgers Business School News

Women in Media-Newark honors Rutgers University-Newark chancellor

Chancellor Nancy Cantor will be honored for her visionary leadership of Rutgers University—Newark (RU-N). Cantor has long been recognized as a distinguished higher education leader who is helping to forge a new understanding of the role of universities in society. More ›

Monday, March 13, 2017

TAGS: Awards City of Newark Nancy Cantor

Rutgers Business School News

Rutgers team wins regional phase of prestigious Hult Prize Challenge

The Rutgers Business School team, made up of seniors Najeeha "Gia" Farooqi, Moneeb Mian, Hasan Usmani and alumna Hanaa Lakhani, won first place at the Hult Prize regionals in Boston after giving an impressive six-minute pitch about Roshni Rides, an eco-friendly rickshaw transportation business they are proposing to operate in refugee settlements. More ›

Monday, March 6, 2017

TAGS: Alumni Student Experiences Supply Chain Management Undergraduate

Rutgers Business School students won the regional Hult Prize Challenge featured in Rutgers Today
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Rutgers Today
A team of Rutgers Business School students and one alumna won first prize in the regional Hult Prize Challenge with an idea of operating a system of electric-powered rickshaws in refugee settlements...
Rutgers team wins regional phase of prestigious Hult Prize Challenge highlighted in American Entrepreneurship Today
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
The students are the first team from Rutgers to win the regional competition in Boston.  Now they will work with mentors to refine their business plan, fundraise and pilot their business, all...
Rutgers Business School students made history winning regional Hult Prize competition, highlighted in The Daily Targum
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
A team of three Rutgers Business School students and one alumna have made history when they became the first winning regional champions from Rutgers University in the Hult Prize competition. The...
"Focus on being profitable, first," said Lyneir Richardson in dun & bradstreet B2B
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Lyneir Richardson is a full-time faculty member at Rutgers Business School in Newark, NJ. He is leading new programs focused on helping minority entrepreneurs get capital from public sources and...
NJBIZ: Crisis communicator Karen Kessler joins Institute for Ethical Leadership
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
NJBIZ
Karen Kessler, the founder and president of Evergreen PR, has been named the chair of the executive business cabinet at the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School, the institute...