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Vet's experience, perseverance and Rutgers Executive MBA land him the ideal job

After returning to civilian life in early 2012, Christ Wilson landed a job in sales with International Paper. He was two years out of the Marines and mid-way through the Executive MBA program at Rutgers Business School when he started experiencing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. More ›

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

TAGS: alumni profile Executive Education Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana Nonprofit

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Alexander Sannella's Intermediate Accounting released by Pearson Higher Education

Based on Alexander Sannella’s original manuscript which has been used to teach Intermediate Accounting I and II at Rutgers Business School in the Department of Accounting & Information Systems for almost 30 years, this book covers all of the critical issues in financial accounting. “The style is more of a user focus, and use of judgment and analysis rather than strict mechanics” said Sannella. More ›

Friday, July 24, 2015

TAGS: Accounting Alex Sannella Distance Learning MBA in Professional Accounting

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Job performance benefits from helping others, according to new research by Rutgers Business School professors

Professor Neha Shah worked with her colleague Professor Daniel Levin, who also teaches management at Rutgers, and Professor Rob Cross at the McIntire School of Commerce to look into the understudied implications of providing help. They focused on situations where a person provided task-focused problem-solving assistance to others and whether they benefited – beyond reciprocity – in the process. More ›

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

TAGS: Daniel Levin Faculty Insights Management and Global Business Neha Shah Organizational Behavior Research

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Newark Venture Partners, ultra-high speed Internet provide powerful new tools for social change in city

Newark Venture Partners will provide innovative tech start-ups with capital, sophisticated company-building services and residence in a 25,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, featuring ultra-high-speed bandwidth to desktop.  More ›

Monday, July 20, 2015

TAGS: City of Newark Donald Katz Entrepreneurship Nancy Cantor Prudential Social Impact Tech-Startups Technology

Dean Lei quoted in U.S. News & World Report on business schools that enroll the most women MBA students
Monday, July 27, 2015
As an MBA student at the College of Charleston, Erin Frey was sometimes one of few women in the room. Of the roughly 30 people in her cohort, about one-third were women, she says. But that one-third...
Through the Park blog provides an inside look into life as a student in the Rutgers Full-Time MBA program
Friday, July 24, 2015
Through the Park blog provides an inside look into life as a student in the Rutgers Full-Time MBA program. Explore this blog to gain insights about student life, academics and career management at...
Oliver Sheldon quoted in The Good Men Project on rationalizing negative behavior
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Just as humans have evolved all sorts of ways to cope in the world—from opposable thumbs to written language—people have developed a knack for rationalizing behavior in themselves that they would...
Professor Sengun Yeniyurt offers expert commentary on future of credit cards
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Will credit cards be used 15 or 20 years from now? In what form? Professor Sengun Yeniyurt: "My feeling is that credit will still be around in 10 or 15 years, but perhaps the plastic cards will be...
Ann Buchholtz quoted in article on Belleville township manager and tax assessor conflict of interest lawsuit
Thursday, July 16, 2015
A local man has filed a lawsuit claiming Interim Township Manager Kevin Esposito used his dual role as tax assessor to drive down the value of a property the township was hoping to purchase. “By...