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Thought leaders from the biopharmaceutical industry offer views on the future of drug development, pricing and U.S. regulatory climate.
Professor Jerome Williams chosen as next provost of RU-Newark.
Ted Baker selected to fill the George F. Farris Chair in Entrepreneurship.
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MBA alumna played a role in making movie about women on Wall Street

When her friend Candace Straight invited Beverly Aisenbrey, Rutgers MBA '82, to consider investing in Equity, a movie Straight was helping to make about a group of women on Wall Street, Aisenbrey saw it as another way she could support women, especially young career women. More ›

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

TAGS: Alumni Finance Wall Street

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Classrooms named to honor Professor Farrokh Langdana and distinguished alumnus Robert E. Campbell

The Professor Farrokh Langdana Classroom naming in the RBS – Newark building at 1 Washington Park provided a way for alumni and faculty to demonstrate their admiration and respect for Professor Langdana, and to ensure that his name will be forever associated with Rutgers Business School. “The naming of the Robert E. Campbell Classroom at RBS–New Brunswick in 100 Rock is a small token of our gratitude for Bob and his wife Joan’s continuing support of Rutgers University and Rutgers Business School,” said Dean Lei Lei. More ›

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

TAGS: Awards Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana Lei Lei MBA The Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center

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Improving health care access, lowering costs through telemedicine

Ann Bagchi, a registered nurse and instructor at the School of Nursing, will be bringing the telemedicine technology to 10 patients residing in Newark public housing developments where access to health care has been limited.  More ›

Monday, July 11, 2016

TAGS: Benjamin Melamed Collaborations Health Care Research Technology

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How to blow a curious high school student's mind? Explain everything that goes into delivering a package to the doorstep

For a second year, Rutgers Business School and its Department of Supply Chain Management invited a group of high-performing Newark area students to participate in a program that teaches them how products get to stores and how goods move around the world. For many of the students, the program offers a first glimpse of college, raises the first possibility of attending a business school and plants the seed for a possible career in supply chain management. More ›

Friday, July 8, 2016

TAGS: Alok Baveja John Impellizzeri Kevin Lyons Nancy Cantor Social Impact Supply Chain Management

Peter Marchesini thought leadership speaker at Annual Life Sciences Product Launch Summit reported in YAHOO Finance
Thursday, July 21, 2016
YAHOO Finance
Peter Marchesini, Chief Operating Officer of Alamo Pharma Services®, participated in CBI's Second Annual Life Sciences Product Launch Summit in Philadelphia. The "Ask the Experts" topic was titled "...
"Our results suggest that U.S. equity markets provide opportunities for longer-term active managers," Ankur Pareek quoted in YAHOO Finance
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
YAHOO Finance
If you are going to use active investment managers you may want to limit yourself to those who are both truly active and, crucially, unusually patient. A recent study shows that funds which deviate...
Classrooms named honoring Farrokh Langdana and Robert Campbell reported in News India Times
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Rutgers Business School in New Jersey is naming a classroom at the University after a popular Indian-American professor of finance and economics, Farrokh Langdana. Langdana, a B.Tech graduate in...
Kevin Lyons arranged Rutgers Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders' visit of New Jersey waste-to-energy plant featured in The Daily Journal
Sunday, July 17, 2016
The Landis Sewerage Authority in Vineland, NJ, hosted visitors from Africa on July 11 through the Rutgers Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders program. The visitors were...
Zhaodon (Ken) Zhong posted "Does Dodd-Frank Affect OTC Transaction Costs and Liquidity?" entry on Harvard Law School Forum
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Zhaodon (Ken) Zhong is Associate Professor of Finance at Rutgers Business School. This post is based on an article authored by Professor Zhong and Y.C. Loon, Financial Economist at the U.S....