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Luck of the Draw: Business strategy students team up and become stars

After six consecutive weeks, the team – made up of Rutgers Business School seniors Pablo Idrovo, Saifei Jiang, Mohsin Khurshid, Jia Lu and Ravi Patel – is tied for best overall score in a simulation that required them to operate a global company. More ›

Friday, December 8, 2017

TAGS: Joseph Markert Strategy Student Experiences Undergraduate Newark

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Faculty Snapshot: New breed of program joins the fashion and business industries

The Rutgers Business School, Business of Fashion programs are the pioneer rigorous business school programs contextualized for the fashion and luxury beauty industries in the Tri-State area. The cross disciplinary nature of the program and rigor in quantitative fields renders it the only program of its kind domestically.  More ›

Friday, December 8, 2017

TAGS: Center for Business of Fashion Expertise Faculty Master of Science in Business of Fashion Tavy Ronen

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UCLA and Rutgers are top winners in biopharmaceutical case competition

Andrew Clark, a second year MBA student at UCLA's Anderson School of Management, said he and his classmates, wanted to participate in the competition because it focuses specifically on the biopharmaceutical industry. "The competition has a good reputation," he said, "and we thought it would be a good way to network with companies that don’t recruit often from the West Coast." More ›

Monday, December 4, 2017

TAGS: BioPharma Case Competition Full-Time MBA Pharmaceutical Management The Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center

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Inspired by Hawaii vacation, alumnus serves up something new in Newark

The restaurant concept was inspired after his girlfriend surprised him with a trip to Hawaii and the two spent days eating Poké on Kona. "Hawaii was a whole different world for me,” said Luis Valls-Amabile, a 2015 graduate of Rutgers Business School-Newark. "It is such a laid back culture. Everyone was so calm and friendly." More ›

Monday, December 4, 2017

TAGS: Alumni Alumni Profile City of Newark Finance and Economics Undergraduate Newark

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Faculty Snapshot: As tech revolution races on, a field of research grows more challenging

Professor Vijay Atluri's research has focused on information systems security since 1990. The dramatic way technology is changing everything from business to communications doesn't surprise her, but the speed at which the change is occurring does. Virtual reality will be the next thing to revolutionize our lives, raising its own security and privacy challenges, she says. More ›

Friday, December 1, 2017

TAGS: Faculty Faculty research Master of Information Technology and Analytics Vijay Atluri

Morris Davis chaired committee "Making Land" to Meet Industrial Demand reported in New Jersey Business
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
More than a dozen commercial real estate industry leaders detailed public policy recommendations for 2018 at a special gubernatorial transition program hosted by NAIOP NJ, the Commercial Real Estate...
Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership Research Fellows will impact corporate citizenship, said Dean Lei Lei in ROI-NJ
Friday, December 8, 2017
ROI-NJ
The Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School has announced eight Institute for Ethical Leadership Research Fellows. The full-time Rutgers Business School faculty members conduct...
"Millions of businesses concentrated in cities," said Jeffrey Robinson in American City & County
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
It's tough to overstate the contribution of small businesses to the U.S. economy. They comprise 99.7 percent of American employer firms and 64 percent of net new private sector jobs, according to a...
Poets&Quants ranked Rutgers Business School – New Brunswick #38 in the U.S. for helping graduates gain jobs in their targeted industry and company
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Poets&Quants
There's no doubt that employability is the reason why more undergrads major in business than any other subject. At least at the leading schools, the stats show convincingly that an undergraduate...
Mini-MBA customized for veterans transitioning into the workforce, said Margaret O’Donnell in The Daily Targum
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Veteran undergraduate students make up roughly 4 percent of the student body. Because of this, the Rutgers Business School now offers a Mini-MBA: Business Management for Military and Veterans...