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Bringing professors of color into the classroom

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 ›

Friday, October 13, 2017

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

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

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 ›

Thursday, August 31, 2017

TAGS: Diversity Faculty PhD

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B-STAR graduates ready to take on freshman year

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 ›

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

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

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On a roll: Bergen Community College students are case competition champions (again)

This year, M&T Bank was the presenting sponsor of the New Jersey County College Case Competition, which attracted teams from County College of Morris, Essex County College, Hudson County Community College, Ocean County College, Passaic County Community College, Sussex County Community College and Union County College as well as Bergen. More ›

Monday, April 10, 2017

TAGS: Admissions Case Competition Mentoring Programs Social Impact Undergraduate

The newspaper industry is having a brand crisis, Bob Provost in Editor&Publisher blog
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Newspaper media companies continue to have a brand crisis on their hands and seem to either be oblivious to the problem or lack the will to do something about it. The problem has many roots—most...
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,...
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...
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...