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Recruiters and students meet face-to-face during Newark campus career fair.
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Small business owners pack U.S. Senator Cory Booker's summit on non-traditional lending sources.
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State lawmakers come through with funding for New Jersey's network of Small Business Development Centers

"We are extremely grateful that the Legislature once again gave its full support for the program’s efforts to assist small business owners and entrepreneurs across New Jersey and the governor concurred," said Brenda Hopper, the NJSBDC network’s chief executive officer and state director. More ›

Thursday, July 7, 2016

TAGS: Entrepreneurship New Jersey Small Business Development Center

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Business Insight: Manager biases may penalize racially diverse teams

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 ›

Monday, March 14, 2016

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

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Video: A B-STAR alumna reflects on how the program launched her success at Rutgers Business School

Students participating in the B-STAR program are enrolled in two courses, giving them the possibility of earning six credits before they officially begin their freshman year at Rutgers Business School. The credits help to launch them academically, but the B-STAR program offers them many more advantages. More ›

Thursday, August 20, 2015

TAGS: Business Student Transition at Rutgers (B-Star) Office of Diversity Programs Social Impact Supply Chain Management

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Leaders from industry, business schools convene at White House to discuss ways to expand opportunities for women

The meeting brought together leaders from business and business schools and others for a conversation about recruiting, training and retaining leaders for the 21st Century workplace and the importance of enacting family-friendly policies. More ›

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

TAGS: Mentoring Programs Rutgers PREP Sangeeta Rao Thought Leadership Women BUILD Women in Business

Newspaper innovation: No longer an oxymoron? Bob Provost International Newsmedia Marketing Association blog
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Innovative companies are those that encourage professional and personal development on behalf of employees and accept that failures will happen. How will you do this in 2016? One of the most...
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
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...
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
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...