The annual healthcare symposium is one of Rutgers Business School’s signature thought leadership events, providing a showcase for the pharmaceutical management program as well as the Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center for the Study of Pharmaceutical Management Issues. The event offers students, faculty, alumni and industry professionals a unique opportunity to hear high-level executives speak candidly about issues impacting the biopharmaceutical business. More ›
Olena Paslawsky, who holds the titles of treasurer and senior vice president as well as chief financial officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was the featured speaker at Rutgers Business School’s CFO Lecture Series on April 23. With candor and humor, she talked about her transition into the not-for-profit world as well as her enduring awe for one of the world’s most famous museums. More ›
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 the University of California-Berkeley, the University of Pennsylvania and New York University. 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 ›
Carl Goldberg knows it takes stability and support from a local government to bring a development project to the finish line — and he has a walking, talking case study named Richard Turner.