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Bringing professors of color into the classroom

Friday, October 13, 2017

While the PhD Project has helped to attract professionals of color into doctoral programs and academia, Rutgers Business School’s long-standing partnership with the organization has helped to form a faculty that is considered one of the most diverse in the nation. More ›

TAGS: Diversity Faculty Helen Brown-Liburd Jeffrey Robinson Jerome Williams PhD Project

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Faculty profile: Tax man in the classroom

Friday, October 13, 2017

Professor Jay Soled is working on a new paper about how technology is impacting the labor market and federal revenue receipts. Read more about Rutgers Business School's expert in taxation and director of the Master of Accountancy in Taxation program. More ›

TAGS: Faculty Graduate Admissions Jay Soled Master of Accountancy in Taxation

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Graduate accounting program fulfills federal government's certification mandate

Friday, October 6, 2017

The federal government requires employees who perform financial management tasks to update their skills in assigned areas of competencies, including leadership, decision support, audit readiness, ethics, fiscal law, financial management and accounting systems. The Master of Accountancy in Governmental Accounting now qualifies as a program that can help federal employees meet that certification requirement. More ›

TAGS: Graduate Admissions Graduate Students Master of Accountancy in Governmental Accounting Student Experiences

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Three reasons the MBA in Professional Accounting remains relevant at 60

Monday, September 25, 2017

Innovative in the sense that it was created for liberal arts students who haven’t studied accounting or business, the 60-year-old Rutgers MBA in Professional Accounting Program is still going strong and remains a smart path to an accounting career. More ›

TAGS: Alex Sannella Graduate Admissions MBA in Professional Accounting

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Business Insight: Why startup founders should be required to sign "No go, bro" clauses

Thursday, September 21, 2017

In September 2012, SoFi, which had been founded the year before by Cagney and three Stanford Business School classmates with $2 million from Stanford alumni, received $77.2 million from U.S. and Asian investors. At that key moment, the investors pouring significant funding into a tiny startup could have, and should have, taken a strong hand in corporate governance.  More ›

TAGS: Business Insights Faculty Leadership Wayne Eastman

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Roshni Rides team wins $1 million Hult Prize

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Senior Gia Farooqi, new graduates Hasan Usmani and Moneeb Mian and alumna Hanaa Lakhani created the Roshni Rides startup as a way of answering the 2017 Hult Prize Challenge of developing a business capable of restoring the dignity of one million refugees by 2022. More ›

TAGS: Alumni Social Entrepreneurship Student Experiences Supply Chain Management Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Experiences: MBA student shows some heart with his own brand of community service

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

In an essay, Yashwanth Dhakshana reflects on the lessons that can be gained from doing community service, including the importance of having the right team for the right project. More ›

TAGS: Community Finance MBA Social Impact Student Experiences

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Graduate students find a short, intense path to careers in accounting

Friday, September 1, 2017

Two weeks into the program, students are invited to an alumni reception which kicks off a series of meet-and-greet events with accounting companies, interspersed with networking activities and recruiting presentations, followed by a sprint of mock interviews.  More ›

TAGS: Accounting Graduate Students Jobs MBA in Professional Accounting

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Business Insight: Creating effective digital habits for yourself and your company

Thursday, August 31, 2017

One of the tricky areas to get right in today’s world is the balance between being connected to work through our wireless devices and protecting some pure time off. More ›

TAGS: Books Digital Faculty research Terri Kurtzberg

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Rutgers Business School's faculty among the most diverse, according to PhD Project survey

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Since its inception, The PhD Project has been responsible for the increase in the number of minority business professors from 294 to 1,358. An additional 300 minorities are currently enrolled in doctoral programs and will take a place at the front of the classroom over the next few years. More ›

TAGS: Diversity Faculty PhD

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B-STAR graduates ready to take on freshman year

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The Aug. 17 graduation marked the culmination of six credits worth of college course work, special sessions and a unique orientation to life at Rutgers Business School. Charles A. Brown, assistant dean for diversity programs, described it as “the most influential six weeks of their academic journey.” More ›

TAGS: Business Student Transition at Rutgers (B-Star) Diversity Social Impact Undergraduate Undergraduate New Brunswick Undergraduate Newark

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L'Oréal features alumna Courtney Durkin in new podcast highlighting women workers

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

A 2015 graduate of Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick, Courtney Durkin has worked in operations at the international cosmetic giant L’Oréal for two years. She began as a contract manufacturing buyer and is currently a package developer for consumer products. More ›

TAGS: Alumni Center for Business of Fashion Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Center for Real Estate announces 2017 board members

Friday, August 4, 2017

"Having an engaged advisory board and emerging leaders council of the best and the brightest in commercial real estate allows us to develop cutting edge curriculum, provide internships and job opportunities for students in the program, and create relevant conferences and events,” said Carl Goldberg of Canoe Brook Management LLC, who has served as co-chair of the center’s executive committee since its inception. More ›

TAGS: Center for Real Estate Corporate Partners Thought Leadership

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Business Insight: Examining the real potential for investment in Cuba

Thursday, July 27, 2017

While conference attendees with prior Cuba working experience would tell you that construction activity is multiples of where it was a few years ago, there is still a lack of large substantive projects under construction. Why? The answer lies in how business is conducted on the island. More ›

TAGS: Center for Real Estate Kevin Riordan Real Estate

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Rutgers-Newark joins other anchors making Hire.Buy.Live.Newark commitments

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Rutgers University – Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor joined City of Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka and leaders of numerous other local anchor institutions in a press conference in a major collective impact initiative to dramatically reduce poverty and unemployment and strengthen the city's economy by the beginning of the next decade. Under this initiative known as Hire.Buy.Live.Newark, each of the partner organizations from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors is establishing specific targets for employing more Newarkers and increasing procurement of goods and services from Newark-based businesses. More ›

TAGS: Corporate Partners Entrepreneurship Kevin Lyons Procurement Social Impact Supply Chain Management

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Business Insight: Our constant state of connectedness is taking its toll

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

In a new book, "Distracted – Staying Connected without Losing Focus,” Rutgers Business School professor Terri Kurtzberg and her co-author Jennifer Gibbs examine how the addictive quality of society’s constant state of connectedness affects relationships, learning, child development and our performance in the workplace. In a recent interview, Kurtzberg focused specifically on how constant connectedness can impact an individual’s ability to focus and to produce quality work.  More ›

TAGS: Books Business Insights Digital Faculty research Terri Kurtzberg Thought Leadership

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Summer program in supply chain leads student to business school

Friday, July 21, 2017

Sara Shah, who attended Science Park High School in Newark, will be part of the Honors Living-Learning Community on the Rutgers University-Newark Campus. She will study supply chain management at Rutgers Business School. "I want to understand business," she said, "and I feel like studying supply chain management would give me that understanding." More ›

TAGS: Newark Honors Living-Learning Community Social Impact Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Undergraduate Newark

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Money ranks Rutgers among nation's Best Colleges for Business Majors

Thursday, July 13, 2017

The "Best Colleges for Business Majors" specialty ranking, which considers such factors as affordability, educational quality and career payoff, put Rutgers ahead of New York University (No. 38), Fordham (No. 45), Villanova (No. 43) and Boston University (No. 38) for business students. More ›

TAGS: Rankings Return on Investment Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Business Insight: While the Fed taps the brakes, investors ignore the signs

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

The Federal Reserve has been tapping the brakes on monetary supply with three interest rate hikes since December 2016 yet traders have been shrugging this off. Why? More ›

TAGS: Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana Finance and Economics MBA Thought Leadership

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Taking supply chain knowledge to the next level with analytics

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

The Master of Supply Chain Analytics program goes beyond the strategy taught in current graduate and undergraduate programs and emphasizes the analytical skills necessary to mine and apply data to effectively solve problems and create more efficient supply chains. More ›

TAGS: Alok Baveja Benjamin Melamed Graduate Admissions Master of Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Analytics Weiwei Chen

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Letter from the dean: Savoring success, setting new goals

Monday, July 10, 2017

"The joint efforts by all of you during the academic year 2016-2017 have written a beautiful and memorable page in the RBS book," Dean Lei writes in a letter to Rutgers Business School faculty, staff, students and alumni. "To continue our strong momentum in the face of furious competition and emerging trends, we must set and accomplish many new goals for RBS to achieve next."  More ›

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Mandela Washington Fellows get a lesson in urban economic redevelopment

Monday, July 10, 2017

As part of this summer’s program, the young professionals participating in the Washingon Mandela Fellowship got a first-hand look at redevelopment in Newark and an explanation of the forces that have sustained it. More ›

TAGS: City of Newark Fellowships Global Business Kevin Lyons Lyneir Richardson Social Impact

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Startups that solve problems are big winners in 2017 business plan competition

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

When Rutgers MBA Anton Kogan realized how difficult it was to send packages to jail prisoners – deliveries are denied for a myriad of reasons, including the way a box is sealed – he set out to provide a service that would make it easier and more effective for friends and relatives to ship care packages.  More ›

TAGS: Business Plan Competition MBA Part-Time MBA

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Business Insight: Why people oppose globalization

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Globalization is accused of causing job losses, culture shocks and xenophobia, but modernization of lifestyles and industries alter work and life patterns more fundamentally, Distinguished Professor Farok Contractor writes in a piece recently published by YaleGlobal Online. More ›

TAGS: Business Insights Farok Contractor Global Business

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An accountant discovers the field of supply chain management

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Student Sheri Hinish credits the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management with giving her enough of an edge to land a new job that focuses on strategic improvements in the W.R. Grace supply chain, including cross-functional global projects and introducing new ways of working. More ›

TAGS: Graduate Admissions Graduate Students Master of Supply Chain Management Online