Industry Access

At Rutgers Business School we take pride in creating a real-time curriculum and learning experience for our students--one that is in step with the pulse of industry trends and demands, just as they are happening.

A real-time learning experience is built on industry connections, and when it comes to partnering with the business world and curating relevant experiences for our students, our relationship with today’s leaders can’t be beat. 

As part of our community, you aren’t just watching business happen along the sidelines. You’re being connected to industry where it matters most--through career opportunities and internships, mentoring programs, and exclusive access to lectures and events that put you in the know, like this talk from Joseph Taylor, the CEO of Panasonic North America, who joined us for our CEO Lecture Series. Or by sitting with the culture-shaping leaders of our Business Leadership Speaker Series.

As a student at Rutgers Business School, you are more than a spectator. You are part of the conversations shaping industry.

 

About the CEO Lecture Series

Industries are shaped by influential leaders. Top leaders, many who are Rutgers Business School alumni, have partnered with us to share insights, expertise and advice with our students. 
Watch interviews with some of the C-level executives that are shaping the Rutgers Business School experience. 

 

Rutgers Business School News

CEO Lecture Series speaker Brian O'Malley gives crowd a taste of what it's like inside the sugar industry

In his talk, Brian O’Malley described the global sugar market, leadership qualities and the challenges of protecting the reputation of sugar at a time when obesity is considered a national epidemic. "Sugar,” he said, "is not something government policy makers think very highly of at the moment.” More ›

Monday, October 26, 2015

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Sweet success: MBA alumnus Brian O'Malley is guiding innovation at sugar industry giant

When Brian O’Malley joined Domino Sugar Corp. in 1982, it was part of the conglomerate Amstar Corp. A few years later, when the huge companies that were pieced together like shopping malls began falling out of favor with Wall Street investors, Amstar was taken private and its businesses spun off and sold. "I went with the sugar piece," O’Malley said. More ›

Thursday, October 15, 2015

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MBA alumna gives students insights into a senior executive's role in the not-for-profit world

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 ›

Friday, May 1, 2015

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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

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