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Retired professor Donald McCabe is first recipient of award created to honor his work on classroom ethics

During a ceremony on Sept. 17, the Institute for Ethical Leadership honored newly retired professor Donald McCabe by announcing the creation of an award for academic integrity in his name. McCabe is the first recipient of the award. In the future, it will be given annually to a member of the student body, faculty or staff who promotes academic integrity at Rutgers Business School. More ›

Friday, September 19, 2014

TAGS: Academic Integrity Ann Buchholtz Awards Donald McCabe Faculty The Institute for Ethical Leadership

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Rutgers Business School alumna returns to campus for Supply Chain Management Meet & Greet

Last May, Valerie Linteau graduated from Rutgers Business School having majored in Supply Chain Management. September 17, she returned to Rutgers a career employee of Kuehne + Nagel to represent the company at the Supply Chain Management Meet & Greet looking for more Rutgers talent. The event is cosponsored by the Department of Supply Chain Management & Marketing Sciences, and Career Services, Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick. More ›

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

TAGS: Career Fair Meet and Greet Supply Chain Management Undergraduate New Brunswick Undergraduate Newark Women BUILD Women in Business

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Marketing gets a new department chair as it becomes a separate entity and a "force of its own"

Nearly five years after it was combined with supply chain management, marketing was separated earlier this year to stand on its own again. Professor Ashwani Monga, who came from the University of South Carolina, is leading the task of re-establishing the department.  More ›

Monday, September 15, 2014

TAGS: Digital Marketing Expertise Faculty Marketing MBA Supply Chain Management Undergraduate New Brunswick Undergraduate Newark

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Professor Morris Davis will be formally installed as Paul V. Profeta Chair in Real Estate at Sept. 23 ceremony

The faculty chair was created last year with a $1.5 million commitment from businessman Paul Profeta, who built the national real estate investment and management company, Paul V. Profeta and Associates, Inc. Profeta’s gift was matched by an anonymous donor who pledged a total of $27 million to Rutgers University in 2011 as part of an endowed chair challenge.  More ›

Friday, September 12, 2014

TAGS: Center for Real Estate Studies Faculty Glenn Shafer Morris Davis Paul Profeta Real Estate Ron Shapiro The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

Kevin Dowlin featured in Forbes regarding Rutgers Business School lean IT team of eight people
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Forbes
Rutgers Business School has watched enrollment in its undergraduate program skyrocket by more than 40 percent over the past four years. Today, nearly 8,000 students attend classes on its two campuses...
Bloomberg BusinessWeek called for business schools to partner with Latin America as they have with Asia
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
In the Colombian city of Medellín, nestled in a valley in the Andes Mountains, one can see the remnants of a tragic past and, at the same time, glimpse a hopeful future taking hold across much of...
Andrew Huszar in the BBC News said quantitative easing did not necessarily help ordinary Americans
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
BBC News
The programme, known as "quantitative easing" (QE), is about to come to an end in October. The crucial question will be: has the programme worked? Andrew Huszar, a senior fellow at Rutgers Business...
2014's Best and Worst Cities for Hispanic Entrepreneurs: Professor Arturo Osorio weighs in on issues related to minority business ownership
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
WalletHub
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month beginning Sept. 15, WalletHub assessed the minority business climate within the 150 largest U.S. cities. It did so by examining 19 key metrics...
Institute for Ethical Leadership co-founder James Abruzzo interviewed on Issues and Ideas with Chris DeBello
Thursday, September 11, 2014
James Abruzzo co-founder, Institute for Ethical Leadership, spoke with Chris DeBello regarding the Sussex County Community College ethics probe.  Abruzzo shared his anaylsis of ethics questions...