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Professor Jerome Williams receives Kinnear Award for 2011 article on social justice in the global marketplace

"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 ›

Monday, April 20, 2015

TAGS: Awards City of Newark Faculty Jerome Williams Marketing Research

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CFO Lecture Series will feature MBA alumna who transitioned to non-profit world after a career in corporate finance

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 ›

Friday, April 17, 2015

TAGS: Accounting Alumni CEO Lecture Series Finance MBA Speaker Series

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Diversity and friendship strengthened top team's performance in Johnson & Johnson case competition

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 ›

Monday, April 6, 2015

TAGS: Accounting Case Competition Diversity Joseph Markert Management Science and Information Systems Marc Kalan Marketing Undergraduate Undergraduate Newark

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Rutgers students make a business of promoting New Jersey at airport store

The advantage of Jersey Bound, according to Rutgers Business School professor Kevin Lyons, is that it gives students a "hands on" experience in all facets of the operation, from procuring merchandise to staffing to selling. "This is something they control," he said. "The excitement is all about the experience they’re getting.” More ›

Thursday, April 2, 2015

TAGS: City of Newark Collaborations Kevin Lyons Students Supply Chain Management

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Rutgers Real Estate Clubs growing stronger with help from Center for Real Estate Studies

"It started with an interest in the history of Newark and the pieces kind of fell together in the right way," said Kai Cogsville, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University-Newark who started the real estate club three years ago. "With the Center for Real Estate Studies offering its help and guidance, this is a club that’s going to keep on growing and getting bigger." More ›

Friday, March 27, 2015

TAGS: Center for Real Estate Studies City of Newark Clem Price Morris Davis Real Estate Ron Shapiro

Industry Insights, NJBIZ by Judy Young, executive director for the Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership
Monday, April 20, 2015
NJBIZ
New Jersey often gets a bad rap when it comes to ethics. Especially in the political realm, it seems public servants cross the line of integrity on a regular basis. But what about the business and...
RBS faculty, graduate and undergraduate students presenting in Research Day reported in Rutgers Today
Friday, April 17, 2015
Rutgers Today
On Friday, April 17, the Office of the Chancellor, Graduate School–Newark, and Honors College of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Newark will host Rutgers University–Newark’s third annual Research...
"There is opportunity for entrepreneurship for all majors and career paths," said Alfred Blake in The Daily Targum
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Plus-sized lingerie, a hat brand revolving around pineapples, homemade hot sauce and roasted garlic jam were only a few marketable commodities showcased at Rutgers Business School Friday afternoon....
Professor Robert Schindler quoted in Gizmodo India on pricing strategies
Monday, April 13, 2015
Gizmodo India
The practice of pricing fuel with a fraction of a penny is thought to have started around the 1930s. While we can't be sure who was the first to price fuel this way, it seems to have become...
CNBC show "Shark Tank" had their largest college auditions event with 90 presentations at Rutgers Business School
Friday, April 10, 2015
NorthJersey.com
Lisa Nejjar had one last weapon to wield in her effort to woo the young reality TV casting agent from the CNBC show "Shark Tank" sitting at the table in front of her. Nejjar, a 41-year-old former...