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Bill Nye, the "Science Guy" calls on Class of 2015 to "Change the World!"

Distinguished Leadership Award winners Andrew Myers, Lucille Scharback, and Mark Wallach carried-on the Rutgers Business School tradition begun in 2011 of ringing the RBS Commencement Bell at Rutgers University Commencement May 17. The 3 students, carrying the bell, led their graduating class into Highpoint Solutions Stadium to the cheers of thousands. Designed to sound like the New York Stock Exchange opening and closing bell, the students rang the bell as Rutgers Business School was announced. More ›

Thursday, May 21, 2015

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Graduates rock the RAC at Rutgers Business School's undergraduate-New Brunswick ceremony

Nearly 500 graduating seniors gathered with family and friends at the Rutgers Athletic Center for the Rutgers Business School – New Brunswick undergraduate commencement Friday, May 15, 2015. Some students carried-on their family tradition of graduating from Rutgers. Some students were first-generation Americans and the first in their family to attend college, as was the case of keynote speaker Leonardo DeCandia, VP & Chief Procurement Officer, Pharmaceuticals Group, Johnson & Johnson. More ›

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

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Andrew Myers, RBS MBA '15: "I didn't truly understand what happened to our economy during the financial crisis until taking Farrokh Langdana's class"

Farrokh Langdana's aggregate economics course my first semester was a revelation. During the financial crisis, I wrote and produced business news, but I didn't truly understand what happened to our economy until taking Dr. Langdana's class. That man is a treasure. I also really enjoyed law & legal reasoning with Kevin Kolben; and for learning real-world consulting skills, the supply chain management client project with Rudi Leuschner and Eric Larson was indispensable. More ›

Monday, May 11, 2015

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Move over Milan. Rutgers students put on a fashion show

Robert Simak, a senior majoring in supply chain management, said some of the behind-the-scenes work was painstaking, testing his resourcefulness and creativity. "It was one of the most interesting and out-of-the-box experiences I’ve had at Rutgers,” he said. More ›

Monday, May 11, 2015

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Lifelong learner Rosa Oppenheim featured in Rutgers University News
Friday, May 15, 2015
Professor Rosa Oppenheim's degrees are fighting for space on her wall. The B.S. (from Polytechnic University) in chemical engineering once sat alone on a white canvas. It was soon joined by an M.S...
Neha Shah research collaboration on team dynamics discussed in Success Magazine article
Monday, May 11, 2015
You have a spot to fill on a team. Two qualified candidates come to mind. One is bright and gregarious—she radiates energy and is well-liked around the office. The other is quiet and nervous—he has...
Kevin Lyons research: Climate Change and Allergic Disease featured on CBS This Morning
Monday, May 11, 2015
Allergy experts are warning of a "pollen tsunami," adding to the downside of Spring for the roughly 50 million Americans with nasal allergies. One of the biggest pollen hot zones in the country...
Eugene Spiegle quoted in BusinessBecause supply chain management article
Monday, May 11, 2015
There is a need for talent at the top, as supply chains become departments with senior-level management, according to Eugene Spiegle, vice chair of the supply chain management department at Rutgers...