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Rutgers University to present awards to four Rutgers Business School faculty members in May

In addition, professors Nancy DiTomaso and Jeffrey Robinson were nominated for two prestigious university awards recognizing their outstanding achievements and reflecting the high regard their colleagues have for them. More ›

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

TAGS: Arturo Osorio Fernandez Awards Diversity Faculty Jeffrey Robinson Kevin Lyons Leon Fraser Nancy DiTomaso Phyllis Siegel The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

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Diversity and friendship strengthened top team's performance in Johnson & Johnson case competition

Dhrumil Shah and his team mates – sophomores Renato Franco- Rosas, Anna Sista and Qiongshan “Charlotte” Lin as well as juniors Nicole Perez, Erika Uchinaite and Sofia Gonzalez – won the March 27 competition over nine other teams, including Penn State, Ohio State, Rider and Seton Hall. The winners received $5,000 in prize money. More ›

Monday, April 6, 2015

TAGS: Accounting Case Competition Diversity Joseph Markert Management Science and Information Systems Marc Kalan Marketing Undergraduate Undergraduate Newark

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Faculty Insights: Professor Nancy DiTomaso offers a perspective on diversity in cities, workplaces

Rutgers Business School professor Nancy DiTomaso fielded questions from WalletHub.com about the benefits and challenges of living in an ethnically diverse city and how businesses can achieve true diversity in the workplace.  More ›

Monday, March 2, 2015

TAGS: Diversity Faculty Insights Management and Global Business Nancy DiTomaso

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Women make their mark: Females account for 51 percent of the new class of full-time MBA students

At Rutgers Business School, women represent 51 percent of the new class of 79 full-time MBA students – the highest since 2007 when female students made up 48 percent of the class. In 2013, the incoming class of full-time MBA students was 39 percent female. More ›

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

TAGS: Diversity Full-Time MBA Graduate Admissions Lei Lei MBA Sharon Lydon Students

Sharon Lydon, executive director of MBA Program, shares personal experiences in story about gender parity at Rutgers Business School
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
This year, RBS admitted a 51 percent female MBA class, surpassing the 37 percent national average and becoming the first business school in the country to achieve gender parity. Sharon Lydon,...
Women Business Undergraduates in Leadership Development mentoring program advances business and social skills
Monday, September 8, 2014
As Hailee Bellusci enters her final year of college and begins finishing her curriculum as a student in the Rutgers Business School, she knows she will walk away with a skill not taught in any of her...
Rutgers Business School continues reaching out to women high school students
Friday, July 18, 2014
NJBIZ
The Garden State Woman Education Foundation will host a Business and Leadership Academy in Florham Park from Aug. 11 through 15 to educate and inform high school girls about the importance of...
National Association of Women Business Owners business plan competition awarded $16,000 prize
Friday, June 6, 2014
The 6th Annual National Association of Women Business Owners - Central Jersey (NAWBO-CJ) Chapter Business Plan Competition, Supporting Emerging Entrepreneurs’ Development (SEED) was hosted on the...
New Jersey's 111 largest companies have a higher percentage of women board members than the national average, yet still too few
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
NJ.com
Women represent just under 14 percent of the total board seats of New Jersey’s 111 largest publicly held companies. That statistic is slightly better than the national average, where just 12 percent...