Rutgers Business School

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Dean Lei chosen as one of New Jersey's Best 50 Women in Business for 2015 by NJBIZ.
Local high school students gain a sense of supply chain management as a career.
Rutgers Business School is located on two main campuses in New Jersey as well as satellite locations in New Jersey and China.
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Newark-based venture capital firm launches ultra-bandwidth accelerator and announces first investment

The new accelerator, Newark Venture Partners Labs, is now accepting applications to its inaugural accelerator class, which will begin business in September 2016. Newark Venture Partners Labs will fund accelerator participants with $80,000 per company as well as invest in all graduating companies that complete a qualified financing, up to $1 million in follow-on investment. More ›

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

TAGS: Business Development City of Newark Entrepreneurship Newark Venture Partners Tech-Startups Technology

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Prudential CFO Robert Falzon tells nearly 600 graduate students, degree will make a difference in how people look at you

In her address, Dean Lei Lei cited some of the rankings Rutgers Business School has received in the past two years, including one for 2016 that puts RBS in the No. 3 spot for post-graduate employment for full-time MBA students. "You deserve credit for this national ranking," she said. "Your strong performance at interviews is what attracts more and more recruiters to come to us." More ›

Monday, May 23, 2016

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Rutgers University-Newark bestows degrees on 2,275 graduate and undergraduate students

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka congratulated the Class of 2016 and introduced RU-N’s commencement speaker, award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien. O’Brien urged graduates to find their passion and make positive changes in the world. More ›

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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Rutgers aims to broaden its role as a partner in Newark's economic change

At a June 3 symposium, four panels of speakers will address the following topics: "Enhancing Urban Manufacturing Productivity," "Urban Entrepreneurship Initiatives," "Cross Campus and Community Collaborations," and "Facilitating Minority Access to Higher Education." More ›

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

TAGS: Anchor institution City of Newark Collaborations Lei Lei Nancy Cantor Strategic Vision

NJTV quotes Professor Jeffrey Robinson about the benefits of Newark's new supermarket
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
NJTV
Newark has several other supermarkets, but nothing this grand, said Rutgers Business School professor Jeff Robinson. This is a prime example of what other cities need to be doing. It’s a source of...
Kevin Lyons quoted in NJBIZ article on "Restart, sustain and grow Newark’s Economic Development" roundtable
Friday, August 28, 2015
NJBIZ
A number of leaders from New Jersey's academic and business communities will gather Friday morning at the Rutgers Business School in Newark in an effort to come up with new ways for the city to take...
Kevin Lyons quoted in Bloomberg Business regarding the Restart, Sustain and Grow Newark's Economic Development conference August 28
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Rutgers Business School will bring together academic, business and community leaders on Aug. 28 to discuss ways of forging and sustaining public-private partnerships capable of generating jobs,...
Chancellor Nancy Cantor quoted in PR Web article on Newark Venture Partners $50M technology venture fund
Monday, August 17, 2015
PR Web
Mayor Ras J. Baraka, Acting Governor Kim Guadagno, U.S. Senator Cory A. Booker, former Governor Thomas Kean, former Nebraska Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Kerrey, Audible.Com Founder and CEO Donald...
Professor Jeffrey Robinson interviewed by NJTV about Newark's plans to sell vacant lots for $1,000 each
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
NJTVNews
At Newark City Hall, the phone rings every minute or two at the Department of Economic and Housing Development. Callers asking about Newark’s Valentine’s Day special this Saturday at City Hall...