Livingston Campus

Rutgers Business School building receives design award from NJ Chapter of American Institute of Architects

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Ten Arquitectos, which is led by Enrique Norten, received the award during a dinner on Jan. 9 in Moorestown.

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The first binational, Mexican-American summit met at 100 Rock, Livingston Campus

Saturday, May 3, 2014

In an effort to shed light on one of the most under-publicized Latino ethnic stories in the Garden State, organizers throughout New Jersey conducted the first binational, Mexican-American summit in New Jersey on Saturday. The one-day conference brought together a wide cast of U.S. and Mexican federal and state experts in health, immigration, education, commerce, politics and the U.S. Census. The...

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Rutgers Business School Flex (Part-Time) MBA program fits student needs

Thursday, March 13, 2014

For over 60 years working professionals have utilized the flexibility and evening classes of RBS’ Flex (Part-Time) MBA program, ranked 39th in the nation, to advance their careers.

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Revamped undergrad management course is good fit in new Rutgers Business School building

Monday, December 16, 2013

Payal Sharma, an assistant professor in the Management and Global Business Department at RBS, said she felt a shiver of excitement when she saw the classroom for the first time. "It was so invigorating to think of students working at tables. It creates a different dynamic,” Sharma said. “It’s a lot harder to have a boring lecture in a classroom like this.”

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Rutgers Business School finance professor Vikram Nanda formally installed as inaugural Albert J. Gamper Chair in Business

Monday, October 28, 2013

Professor Vikram Nanda, who has held two previous endowed chairs at other schools, is considered an expert in the financial markets, corporate finance and investment vehicles, such as hedge funds. As a member of the Department of Finance and Economics, he will continue his research endeavors, teach and mentor doctoral students and junior faculty members.

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Rutgers Business School officially opens new building on Livingston Campus

Saturday, October 26, 2013

The Rutgers Business School's new $85 million building in Piscataway has become a gateway to the university's sometimes overlooked Livingston Campus. Yesterday (10/26/2013) the business school held a ceremony with university dignitaries to officially open the building. Its design, which features two 6-story towers connected by a glass walkway, gives it a distinctly corporate feel. This building "...

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Students, faculty, deans turn out to celebrate completion of Rutgers Business School building on Livingston Campus

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

From the spacious lounges and the high-tech lecture halls to the cohesiveness of having all of their classes under one roof, the new Rutgers Business School building has stirred up an excitement among students.

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Rutgers Business School's new address at Livingston Campus: A look at 100 Rock by the numbers

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Rutgers Business School opened its new building on the Livingston Campus in time for the start of the fall semester. The dramatic building reflects an expansion of the school's presence as well as its growing importance in the larger university community. Here's a quick by-the-numbers look at some interesting facts and some of the building's impressive features.

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New building gives Rutgers Business School a dramatic presence on Livingston Campus

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The building’s glass exterior, its grand, sweeping stairway and the series of slanted columns beneath a dramatic walkway connecting two towers gives the structure the look and feel of a corporate headquarters. The 143,000-square-foot building is among the university’s most technological and the newest example of its commitment to renewable energy.

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On his journey around the world, cyclist stops at Livingston Campus with messages about technology, sustainability

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Cyclist Max Peer rode onto the Livingston Campus on June 25 as part of a 35,000-mile trip to raise awareness about sustainability and the work of the Denmark-based Interaction Design Foundation. At Rutgers, Peer spent time speaking with students and faculty about the work of Interaction Design Foundation. He also learned about the university's efforts to put sustainability into practice.

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Next stop: Rutgers. Cyclist advocating sustainability nearing Livingston Campus

Monday, June 24, 2013

Max Peer is making his way around the world – mostly by bicycle – to raise awareness about the importance of sustainability and the work of the Interaction Design Foundation, a non-profit organization working to make technology more people-friendly and accessible. Not far from the Livingston Campus, Peer took a break to speak with RBS via cellphone about his trip so far, some of his gear and how he came to be an advocate for sustainability.

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Around the World Cyclist Max Peer speaking at Lucy Stone Hall Auditorium 6/25 on sustainability and free educational materials

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Max Peer is scheduled to ride onto the Livingston Campus, Tuesday, June 25 at 2 p.m. He will pass by the new Rutgers Business School building before continuing onto Lucy Stone Hall where he will speak about his journey and his mission. The bike ride of all bike rides is being sponsored by SAP in partnership with Interaction Design Foundation. Peer will talk about the work of Interaction Design...

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Glass curtain wall on new Rutgers Business School building reflects tale of globalization

Friday, June 14, 2013

While it promises to be one of the most dramatic features of the new Rutgers Business School building on the Livingston Campus, the glass curtain wall also provides an up close look at globalization, the complexities it creates for businesses and the reasons supply chain management is growing more important to companies.

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Architect Enrique Norten wants "life and energy" of business school to be visible part of campus canvas

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

"The main idea was to create a state-of-the-art facility," architect Enrique Norten said of the new Rutgers Business School building being constructed on the Livingston Campus. "It would be a very comfortable building, a very efficient building, but it would also represent the personality of a cutting-edge, forward-looking institution."

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Undergraduate-New Brunswick student leader graduates with "toolkit that allows me to utilize my strengths and develop my weaknesses"

Friday, May 18, 2012

Profile of Ceida Polezel, BS ‘12, Distinguished Leadership Award Winner. Ceida majored in Finance and was an active member in many student organizations in Rutgers Business School's Undergraduate-New Brunswick program.

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Work starts on $85M Rutgers expansion

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Work has gotten underway on the future home of the Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick on the Livingston Campus in Piscataway. “The new Rutgers Business School building is a key component of the university’s long-term initiative to develop the Livingston Campus into a center for business and professional studies,” Rutgers president Richard McCormick said.

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Rutgers breaks ground for new Business School home

Thursday, October 13, 2011

President Richard L. McCormick and Dean Glenn R. Shafer broke ground today at the site of the future home of the Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick on the Livingston Campus in Piscataway. The state-of-the-art, 155,800-square-foot building will provide much needed space to accommodate significant program expansion and increased interest by students in earning a business degree.

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Rutgers breaks ground for building to house its growing business school in Piscataway

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Rutgers University will break ground in Piscataway today for a five-story building to accomodate its rapidly growing business school. In 2008, the university decided to switch the school from a two-year program to a four-year program. Marty Markowitz, associate senior dean at the Rutgers Business School, said applications have been pouring in since then. Read the full article

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Biz Buzz

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick has announced that it will build an US$85 million facility on Rutgers University's Livingston Campus in Piscataway, New Jersey. The 156,000 square-foot-building is planned as a centerpiece of the university's long-term plan to redevelop the Livingston Campus into a center for business and professional studies.

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TEN Arquitectos design for Rutgers Business School prototyped in Second Life and OpenSim

Friday, April 23, 2010

A virtual prototype of the proposed Rutgers Business School, designed by the internationally renowned architecture firm TEN Arquitectos (frequently covered by arcspace), will soon be opening in Second Life – commissioned by Rutgers University.  A larger, more detailed version will later be opened on their OpenSim grid.

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