Friday, April 29, 2011
On Saturday, April 16, a Rutgers Business School Supply Chain Management Undergraduate team competed in a Regional Case Competition sponsored by The Association for Operations Management Northeast District (APICS). Eight top universities participated and the RBS team won second place and a prize of & $800 and a free membership to APICS for one year.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
The Rutgers Business School plans to ring in new traditions during its New Brunswick undergraduate convocation on May 15 at the Louis Brown Athletic Center on the Livingston campus. Rutgers Business School administrators hope to sound a bell — similar to the New York Stock Exchange — during the ceremony, which will last for about two hours, said Daniel Stoll, Rutgers Business School-Newark...
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Senior Andre Mendoza gives a first-hand account on how Rutgers differentiated itself to become the runner-up in the CFA Institute’s Global Investment Research Challenge against over 500 Universities from around the world. The challenge asked student teams to present their research and analysis of a publicly traded company and make a recommendation on whether to buy or sell the company’s stock. Rutgers Business School outperformed 15 other business schools in tri-state area including Yale, NYU, Fordham and Baruch, to go on to the global finals held in Omaha on April 8th, where Rutgers was the runner-up.
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
By competing with universities from Italy, Thailand and California in the global finals of the CFA Institute’s Global Investment Challenge, Rutgers Business School (RBS) symbolized the Rutgers mantra “Jersey Roots, Global Reach.” The RBS team consisting of a mix of undergrad and MBA students from Newark and New Brunswick was runner-up along with the Thai team from Thammasat University and the University of Southern California to the winning Italian team from Politecnico di Milano.
Monday, April 18, 2011
Over 200 students, alumni and professors jammed into a standing-room only conference room at the elegant Heldrich Hotel in New Brunswick to hear five senior directors from Wall Street icons Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, UBS and Brookfield speak in a panel discussion about the financial services industry.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
With the continuing concern of unemployment rates in the country, some students were inspired to find alternative ways to earn a living after college. School of Arts and Sciences sophomore Anik Chadha and Rutgers Business School first-year student Bill Hendrickson said they decided to take the entrepreneurial route. Chadha and Hendrickson launched getyourgreek.com, a website specializing in...
Monday, April 11, 2011
Teams from Rutgers Business School, Syracuse, University of Delaware, Lehigh University, and NJIT recently competed in a Supply Chain Management Case Competition at Rutgers Business School. The teams were to analyze and present a case to a panel of Judges who were representatives of: Novartis, Colgate-Palmolive, MetLife, Verizon, AstraZeneca, and Panasonic. The Rutgers Business School team won 2nd place, beating the University of Delaware and Lehigh University.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
TED is a nonprofit global network that brings together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED). Established in 1984, its purpose is to disseminate “ideas worth spreading” through conferences, video, online media, local events, and other initiatives. Taha Najmuddin, the founding moderator of the official TED fan page on Facebook, brought an independent, miniature version...
Friday, April 1, 2011
The annual Rutgers Business School honored 120 of its students Wednesday at the Rutgers Business School Leadership Summit, organized by the Rutgers Business Governing Association (RBGA). The award ceremony, held at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus, recognized the new executive boards of 11 student organizations as part of its transition to the next academic year. Read the...
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
(UPDATE: The entry deadline has passed.) RAMS is looking for up to 25 MBA students, (maximum of 5 teams,) interested in showcasing their marketing and business strategy skills to help University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ School of Public Health launch a successful national cancer education program, BioCONECT! BioCONECT, is a high-school focused program designed to develop supplemental curricula and train high school teachers on how to educate their students about the biology and physiology of cancer development and treatment.
Friday, March 25, 2011
The Rutgers Executive MBA program is the premier choice of executive education for the highly motivated professional with aspirations for accelerated career growth and development, because it offers (i) elite professors with practical experience, (ii) a rich and constantly updated curriculum, (iii) globally recognized areas of specialization, (iv) a network of bright professionals, and (v) a...
Thursday, March 3, 2011
M.B.A. students often have to unlearn bad behavior, such as using complicated words over simple ones, says Carter Daniel, business communication programs director at Rutgers Business School. Students might use the word "edifice" instead of "building," for example. Read the full article ›
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
"We all knew as a team what we wanted and that common goal and passion for financial markets motivated us to outperform our competition. The experience was rewarding because it allowed us to apply practical financial analysis to a publicly-traded company. We were able to apply many lessons from the classroom. But more importantly, we were challenged to learn more and do more than any academic...
Friday, February 18, 2011
With tension building during the Q&A portion of the New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA) Global Investment Research Challenge®, Rutgers Business School MBA student Anil Bhatia stepped forward to respond to a sharp question about regulation in the energy services sector, “We are confident in our analysis because we talked with the regulator,” he said. “You spoke to the regulator?” asked Steve Balog, Chief Investment Officer, Beacon Trust Company, and one of the six judges. “I’m impressed.”
Thursday, January 27, 2011
A team of Pharmaceutical MBA students won the 8th annual Kellogg Biotech & Healthcare Case Competition on January 22 beating 11 other top business schools including Harvard, Tepper, Berkley, Kellogg, and the London Business School. The winning Rutgers Business School (RBS) team consisted of Brandon Saks, Dejan Milentijevic, Jennifer McGann, Michael Sarshad and Laryssa Wozniak.
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Rutgers University student Ray Li, who created Heart Juice: the first all-natural beverage to specifically target heart health with natural ingredients and antioxidants, is competing in the 2011 Rutgers Business Plan Competition, an annual competition that gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their business plans to industry veterans and professionals. "We feel [the competition] will give...
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
At Rutgers University, Shaffer is enjoying relative anonymity as she focuses on grades rather than glamour. The 24-year-old Millstone Township, Monmouth County, resident entered the MBA program at the Rutgers Business School in Newark and New Brunswick in September, and has quickly forged a reputation as an energetic, involved student who helped start the program’s first student blog.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Did you know Rutgers Business School (RBS) was ranked among the top 10 business schools on Twitter? We were also one of the first business schools on the microblogging site beating out some of our prestigious neighboring b-schools in NYC. How about that top companies use the RBS Twitter feed to post internship and job opportunities for RBS students? Or that you can watch videos of RBS activities on YouTube?
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
As Miss New Jersey 2009, Ashley Shaffer spent much of her waking hours meeting the public. She spoke at schools, marched in parades, and even sang the National Anthem at Meadowlands Race Track. But at Rutgers, Shaffer is enjoying relative anonymity as she focuses on grades rather than glamour.
Monday, December 13, 2010
Sixteen students representing top supply management programs at five universities were recently honored at the 11th Annual ISM Services Conference at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, Phoenix. Among them were Jaysai Ghayal, Mikhail Naumov, Arnab Sengupta from Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick.