Grants

NJSBDC Network Client Wins quarter million dollar National Science Foundation Grant

Date: 
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Location: 
Norwalk, CT

Optimal Solutions, Inc. (OSI), of Lyndhurst, has received a $225,000 National Science Foundation grant with the assistance and guidance of the New Jersey Small Business Center’s Technology Commercialization program which focuses on assisting science-tech companies in taking their innovations from the laboratory to the marketplace.

OSI delivers customized software applications that model, optimize and simulate complex industrial processes and is headed by Vijay Hanagandi, Ph.D.

As a recipient of an NJSBDC Small Business Success Award in December 2013, Dr. Hanagandi commented that, “The help received from the NJSBDC network’s Tech Commercialization Consultant Randy Harmon has been invaluable. It has essentially helped OSI chart a course to become a products company while maintaining its steady consulting practice.”

Dr. Hanagandi appreciates the NJSBDC network’s business guidance and help in securing the National Science Foundation STTR Phase I grant.

In addition to the current project, NJSBDC has assisted Dr. Hanagandi in winning two previous Department of Energy Grants.

The NJSBDC non-profit network is a federal-state-educational partnership. Its expert staff and business practitioners help small business owners and entrepreneurs with every stage of business development and growth.

The network headquarters is located at the Rutgers Business School in Newark. Its major funding partner is the U.S. Small Business Administration. The New Jersey Business Action Center is an additional funding partner of the NJSBDC program as well as other public and private grants/sponsorships. The NJSBDC network is an accredited member of the national association of SBDCs, with more than 1,100 centers and satellite offices throughout the country serving and assisting small businesses and saving and creating jobs across the nation.

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TAGS: Grants New Jersey Small Business Development Center

National Science Foundation supports professor's research on quantifying risk with $240,000 grant

Thursday, September 19, 2013

The National Science Foundation recently awarded Rutgers Business School Professor Andrzej Ruszczynski a $240,000 grant for his research on a complex mathematical model for projecting risk in a variety of decision-making processes.

TAGS: Andrzej Ruszczynski Finance Grants Management Science and Information Systems Research Risk Management

National Science Foundation awards grant to professors to explore process of social innovation

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

The National Science Foundation awarded a grant to Rutgers Business School professors Jeffrey Robinson and Deborah Dougherty for a proposed conference that will delve deeply into the process of social innovation.

TAGS: Entrepreneurship Faculty Grants Innovation Management and Global Business New Jersey Social Innovation Institute Research Thought Leadership

$50,000 Grant to Train Nonprofit Emerging Leaders

Date: 
Monday, October 10, 2011

The Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) at Rutgers Business School is pleased to announce a 2-year $50,000 grant from American Express Foundation to help support the Nonprofit Emerging Leaders Certificate Program. This three-day leadership program provides training and education to 18-20 mid-level managers, interested in building their skills and developing their talents, through a rigorous and engaging curriculum that focuses on personal and professional leadership. Participants gain skills to improve their performance to someday lead a nonprofit organization.

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American Express Foundation grants Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership $50,000 to train emerging nonprofit leaders

Monday, October 10, 2011

Newark, NJ – The Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) at Rutgers Business School is pleased to announce a 2-year $50,000 grant from American Express Foundation to help support the Nonprofit Emerging Leaders Certificate Program. This three-day leadership program provides training and education to 18-20 mid-level managers, interested in building their skills and developing their talents, through a rigorous and engaging curriculum that focuses on personal and professional leadership.

TAGS: American Express Certificate Program Grants Nonprofit Partnerships The Institute for Ethical Leadership

Prudential awards $4.2 million in grants and $33.8 million in social investments for education, youth and community development and nonprofit capacity building

Date: 
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Location: 
Newark, NJ

A $450,000 grant over three years to the Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) at Rutgers Business School will launch the Prudential Foundation Nonprofit Leadership Fellows Program and help IEL continue providing leadership development programs for nonprofit executives and next generation leaders and build a strong base of individuals who are prepared to take on top leadership positions.

TAGS: Grants Leadership Nonprofit Prudential

Rutgers Board of Governors appoints Jerome D. Williams to $3 Million Prudential Chair in Business

Date: 
Friday, July 23, 2010
Location: 
Newark, NJ

The Rutgers Board of Governors unanimously approved the appointment of Jerome D. Williams to the $3 million Prudential Chair in Business. Williams joins Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick's Department of Management and Global Business and The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development (CUEED) as professor and research director.

TAGS: Faculty Grants Jerome Williams Prudential

American Express awards grant to Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership to support emerging leaders

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Certification program prepares future managers, career changers to lead nonprofit sector

TAGS: American Express Grants Leadership The Institute for Ethical Leadership

Grant helps Rutgers train nonprofit leaders

Date: 
Monday, July 12, 2010
Location: 
Newark, NJ

Rutgers announced Monday a $40,000 grant from American Express to help double the enrollment in its intensive, three-day certificate program for nonprofit executives honing their leadership skills, and for corporate executives transitioning to the nonprofit world. The Institute for Ethical Leadership at the Rutgers Business School, in Newark, will offer its Nonprofit Emerging Leaders Certificate Program from Nov. 2 to 4. Last year's class - the first - had 11 students, and will expand to about 20 this year, said Margaret Della, program manager at the institute.

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