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Rutgers Mini-MBA: Business Management for Military and Veterans Helps Battlefield to Boardroom Transition

Friday, April 15, 2016

Rutgers Business School Executive Education has taken the initiative to aid our worthy military service members and veterans in preparing to enter the civilian workforce through a very specialized certificate program, the Mini-MBA: Business Management for Military and Veterans. The program will be offered the week of May 23-27, 2016, in New Brunswick. More ›

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Rutgers class offers graduate students hands-on approach to entrepreneurship

Friday, April 15, 2016

The class, which teaches students how to take products from intellectual property (IP) through commercialization, continues New Jersey’s long-standing tradition of cultivating the next generation of innovators in the Garden State. More ›

TAGS: Entrepreneurship Roger Debo Rutgers Business School Ted Baker

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President Barack Obama to deliver commencement address at Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Thursday, April 14, 2016

U.S. President Barack Obama will deliver remarks to more than 12,000 graduating students and 40,000 guests at the university’s 250th anniversary commencement ceremony May 15 on the New Brunswick Campus. More ›

TAGS: Commencement Graduation Rutgers Business School Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Five reasons to pursue a Part-Time MBA at Rutgers

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

If getting an MBA is among your ambitions, but you’re worried about whether it’s the right time, here are five reasons the timing couldn’t be better to begin a Rutgers Part-Time MBA. More ›

TAGS: Entrepreneurship Graduate Admissions Open House Part-Time MBA Prospective Students Supply Chain Management

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Business Insight: Inversions and Versions (of Tax Truths)

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

In simple terms, an inversion is when a U.S. company shifts its corporate headquarters to a country like Ireland where corporate taxes max out at 12.5 percent compared to the maximum 35 percent U.S. tax rate. For large multinational firms, the annual savings can be in the billions. But the U.S. government would then lose even more than that in tax revenues. More ›

TAGS: Business Insights Expertise Farok Contractor Finance and Economics Global Business Thought Leadership

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Donald Trump, angry Americans, and misapplied trade theory

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

In this Business Insight, Professor Farrokh Langdana explains the rise of angry Americans through a misguided use of comparative advantage trade theory that has had disastrous consequences for the United States.  More ›

TAGS: Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana Thought Leadership

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Quant Summit features high-level discussion of new market structure

Monday, April 11, 2016

The quant summit has become a tradition of the highly-ranked Rutgers MQF program, showcasing its thought leadership, its strong ties to Wall Street and its ability to connect students with alumni and other working professionals in the field.  More ›

TAGS: Alumni Finance Master of Quantitative Finance Networking Quant Summit Ronnee Ades Wall Street Yangru Wu

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Rutgers Business School MBA team wins supply chain finance case competition

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Rutgers Business School hosted the second annual Rutgers Ten Plus Supply Chain Case Dual Challenge March 31 – April 1, 2016 in New Brunswick, and included parallel events for graduate teams and for undergraduate teams. The competition brought together teams from the Big Ten and other universities. More ›

TAGS: Alok Baveja Case Competition Eric Larson Rudi Leuschner Supply Chain Management Thomas York

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"Do something you love," commencement speaker Arthur Certosimo told students graduating from Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick

Friday, April 8, 2016

"Don’t go into a career that you think you should or someone else thinks you should," Arthur Certosimo told the students. "You will probably work over 40 years, and I can't imagine doing something I don't like for 40 years." More ›

TAGS: Class of 2016 Commencement Graduation Marty Markowitz Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Alumna's business is a standout in the universe of Mom.blogs

Thursday, April 7, 2016

While she wanted to be at home to raise her daughter Ava, Jacqueline Ward, Rutgers Business School, 2005, wasn’t quite ready to give up working altogether. And so DIYDesignMom.com was born. More ›

TAGS: Alumni Profile Marketing Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Student's business skills (and good heart) lay the foundation for a charity

Thursday, April 7, 2016

"Rutgers Business School taught me through areas like marketing class about reaching out to prospective donors and communicating a cause to the public," said Sam Bensley, a senior marketing student. "I had a dream of being able to raise money where many things could be given, including sports equipment." More ›

TAGS: Global Marketing Social Impact Student Experiences Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Students from Bergen and Essex are top winners in Rutgers Business School's first New Jersey County College Case Competition

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

"It was a really great experience," accounting student Gricelda Hidalgo said after her team from Essex County Community College presented its case. "I was very nervous. In reality, I don’t like making presentations. I usually avoid them. This was good for me, and it was something other than learning lessons from a book."  More ›

TAGS: Case Competition Jerome Williams New Jersey County College Case Competition Robert Kurland Social Impact Undergraduate Newark

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Rutgers ranked No. 3 in the U.S. for MBA employment

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Rutgers Business School’s MBA program was ranked No. 3 in the nation for MBA employment in the latest U.S. News & World Report (2017) Best Business School Rankings. The high employment ranking contributed to Rutgers Full-Time MBA being recognized as the No. 1 Public MBA in the Tri-State area (NY, NJ, CT). More ›

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Rutgers Future Business Leaders of America sweep state leadership conference with a record 68 awards

Monday, April 4, 2016

Forty students representing Rutgers competed against students from colleges and universities across the state. The record number of awards received by Rutgers included an impressive 38 prizes for first or second place. More ›

TAGS: Awards Current Students Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Graduate supply chain management program retains its prominence in U.S. News & World Report ranking

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Expertise in managing supply chains continues to grow as markets and the economy leverage global supply and demand. The demand for skilled professionals has spawned specialized programs in supply chain management (SCM). And for Rutgers students, that demand results in tremendous opportunity: 100 percent of the Rutgers MBA supply chain management students were employed 90 days after graduation in 2015. More ›

TAGS: Alok Baveja Full-Time MBA Rankings Supply Chain Management

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Rutgers Undergraduate Women in Business continues inspirational HerStory tradition

Monday, March 28, 2016

A dinner reception after the panel discussion provided students with the opportunity to network and speak with the panelists more informally. This year, the HerStory Panel was celebrated as a Rutgers 250th Anniversary event. More ›

TAGS: Current Students Undergraduate Newark Women in Business

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Health care symposium will examine the prospects for biopharmaceutical industry's new focus: biosimilars

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The health care symposium has become an important thought leadership event at Rutgers Business School, attracting industry leaders, alumni of the Rutgers MBA in Pharmaceutial Management and current MBA students interested in taking leadership roles at the nation's top pharmaceutical companies. Each year, it offers insights and discussions on some of the industry's most compelling business issues by leading experts, and it highlights Rutgers Business School's strong ties to the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries.  More ›

TAGS: Mahmud Hassan Pharmaceutical Management The Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center Thought Leadership

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Enthusiasm carries Rutgers team to regional finals of Hult Prize Challenge

Friday, March 18, 2016

When they got to Boston, they woke up at 5 a.m. to squeeze in more preparation. They were among 65 teams competing for six spots in the final round. They were the sixth team announced as a finalist, beating out Princeton, Harvard and MIT. More ›

TAGS: Current Students Entrepreneurship Undergraduate New Brunswick

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RBS Apprentice competition gives students chance to do work of marketing professionals

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Rutgers Business School senior Larry Hill and the rest of the Scarlet Raiders – seniors Wadnes Castelly, Musa Elison, Chinedu Onyema and Tochi Ukaigwe – executed a powerful social media campaign with a catchy hashtag that helped to bring 300 people to the RAC when Rutgers faced off against Michigan on Feb. 28.  More ›

TAGS: Basketball Case Competition Erich Toncre Marketing Phyllis Siegel Undergraduate New Brunswick Undergraduate Newark

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Business Insight: Manager biases may penalize racially diverse teams

Monday, March 14, 2016

In business schools, there’s a lot of discussion about the benefits of diversity in the workplace, especially among teams. But in the real world, the results are sometimes mixed. Rutgers Business School professor Oliver Sheldon and his co-authors set out to see why. More ›

TAGS: Business Insights Diversity Management and Global Business Oliver Sheldon Research

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Award recognizes Professor Jonathan Eckstein's "mark" on Rutgers community

Friday, March 11, 2016

Professor Eckstein was selected because of his efforts to develop an undergraduate major in business analytics and information technology within the Department of Management Science and Information Systems at Rutgers Business School. The major was launched in 2013 as interest in business analytics began to grow. More ›

TAGS: Awards Business Analytics and Information Technology Jonathan Eckstein Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Rutgers Business School MBA teams place 1st and 2nd in APICS Northeast District Student Case Competition

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Rutgers Business School teams competed in the APICS Northeast District Student Case Competition in Albany, NY. Two first-year MBA teams placed 1st & 2nd. Rutgers Business School was among 14 graduate teams that participated.  More ›

TAGS: Case Competition Eric Larson MBA Paul Goldsworthy Supply Chain Management Thomas York

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Rutgers MBA alumnae are stand-outs in their new supply chain careers

Monday, March 7, 2016

Two graduates of the Rutgers Full-Time MBA program are listed among the 30 under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars published by the Institute for Supply Management and ThomasNet.com. Sarah Kruse Harse and Aisha Khan graduated in 2014. Both are now working at Johnson & Johnson. More ›

TAGS: Alumni Awards Full-Time MBA Marketing Pharmaceutical Management Supply Chain Management

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Executive MBA alumnus Swamy Vasudevan talks virtualization architecture with open interfaces and protocols in VanillaPlus, UK

Friday, March 4, 2016

VanillaPlus, UK, one of the key magazines in telecommunications globally, recently published an interview with Swamy Vasudevan (Rutgers EMBA, 2015) about framework architecture necessary to deploying virtualization technologies. Here he tells VanillaPlus that, as virtualisation technologies are deployed, a framework architecture that encompasses analytics and policy management in addition to orchestration and management is required. More ›

TAGS: Big Data Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana

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Poets & Quants Editor John Byrne goes "one-on-one" with Rutgers MBA program

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

John Byrne, Editor-in-Chief of the popular digital publication about business schools Poets & Quants, sat down with Sharon Lydon, Executive Director of Rutgers MBA program, Dean Vera, Director of Rutgers MBA Career Services, and recent MBA graduates Katrina Garrier and Paul Rosiak, to talk about the Rutgers MBA experience.  More ›

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