There are lots of opportunities to learn, network and lead outside of your classes at Rutgers Business School. Check out these four events happening in October to supplement your studies with powerful insights and fun. More ›
A year ago, Rutgers Business School alumnus Akhil Shah, BS ’12, had an idea for a business providing a service he wished was available. He envisioned quick and easily prepared Indian food delivered to his home rather than eating out or laborious cooking.
“After a long day at work, the last thing I wanted to do was rely on frozen food or take-out. With Chutney Chefs, more and more people are able to spend more time at the dining table and less time in the kitchen. I am here to make sure our meals will make your evenings simpler, yet tastier” Akhil Shah. More ›
Rutgers Business School students from the Rutgers University Venture Capital Club (RUVC) were members of a Rutgers team that entered a Department of Energy collegiate competition in the spring to fund clean energy startups on college campuses.
Their proposal was titled: Mid-Atlantic Regional CleanTech University Prize (MARC-UP).
Professors from engineering, science, and RBS (Kevin Lyons and Ted Baker) are acting as mentors. The student leaders of RUVC are Aaron Weber and Doron Scheffer.
Aaron Weber, President of RUVC is proud to announce: "I just received notification that we have been selected as one of the regional Cleantech University Prize locations!" More ›
Rutgers Business School’s partnerships with major corporations provide RBS students with opportunities to visit companies and speak directly with senior corporate leaders. “We strive to create corporate partnerships and expose our students to the finance industry as much as possible,” noted Professor of Finance and Director, Master of Financial Analysis Program Dan Weaver.
Such site visits give students an insider look at companies and careers. Recently, the Master of Financial Analysis Class of ’16 visited the South Brunswick, NJ offices of S&P Capital IQ and S&P Dow Jones Indices. Senior leadership from both companies presented a panel discussion and encouraged the students to ask questions. More ›