Information Systems

EXPERIENCES: First interview leads to many realizations and an important internship, too

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

By testing me constantly and rigorously, my supervisor was the root of my inspiration and my motivation to take on new challenges. With the help of her and my family, I was able to become the president of Rutgers Undergraduate Women in Business as a sophomore. My self-doubt dimmed, giving way to a new feeling of confidence, and I started to excel. One might think I would also be confident in my ability to land a job after such training, right? Wrong.

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Professor Vasarhelyi is reappointed and celebrated as KPMG's distinguished professor of accounting

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Robert Elliot, a retired partner at KPMG and past chairman of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, praised Vasarhelyi for his ability to integrate knowledge across multiple domains and for the pioneering nature of his research.

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Professors Vasarhelyi and Alles win Bright Idea Award for research that applies process mining to auditing

Monday, October 13, 2014

In an article titled, "The case for process mining in auditing: Sources of value added and areas of application," professors Miklos Vasarhelyi and Michael Alles explained how event logs can be put to use to track and verify transactions. Both professors are part of the Accounting and Information Systems Department at Rutgers Business School.

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Kevin Dowlin featured in Forbes regarding Rutgers Business School lean IT team of eight people

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Rutgers Business School has watched enrollment in its undergraduate program skyrocket by more than 40 percent over the past four years. Today, nearly 8,000 students attend classes on its two campuses in Newark and New Brunswick, N.J. “Our dean likes to say that if the business school were a separate institution, it would be the second-largest university in New Jersey,” says Kevin Dowlin,...

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Five Years After the Meltdown 2008 financial crisis holds lessons for business schools

Thursday, September 19, 2013

It may be tough to get broad consensus among academics to agree on almost anything, especially about what lessons to draw from a complicated global crisis. "We all want to make sure that it doesn't happen again," said Dan Palmon, chair of the accounting department at Rutgers Business School in New Jersey. Also adding to the challenge to teach the crisis' lessons is the youth of today's students....

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Alumna draws on her management experience and tech knowledge to lead Georgian Court University's business school

Monday, April 29, 2013

Janice Warner, who earned her MBA and doctorate from Rutgers Business School, began her career as an electrical engineer in the telecommunications and is currently serving as dean of the business school at Georgian Court University in Lakewood. At Rutgers, Warner studied management with a focus on information technology. It was during her time at RBS that she decided to go into academia. “I always loved education and academic environments,” she said.

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Cooley Builds on IP Momentum in New York

Monday, November 5, 2012

Building on the momentum created by several recent lateral hires, Cooley LLP announced today that leading Intellectual Property lawyers Walter Hanchuk and John Kheit have joined the firm as partners in its New York office. Walter and John were partners at Chadbourne & Parke LLP in New York, where Hanchuk was chair of Chadbourne's IP practice and Kheit led the firm's Mobile Technology practice...

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Faculty Insight: Taxing the rich without sabotaging small business, a proposal for compromise

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Dan Palmon, a William Von Minden professor of accounting, makes a case that if the rich were defined as earning $1 million or more and companies generating less than $10 million in annual income were exempt from paying income taxes, it would represent a fair compromise between the Democratic and Republican tax proposals.

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Professor Vasarhelyi to receive 2011 Joseph J. Wasserman Award

Monday, May 16, 2011

The Board of Directors at ISACA unanimously voted in favor of presenting the 2011 Joseph J. Wasserman Award to Rutgers Business School Professor Miklos Vasarhelyi in recognition of his outstanding achievements and contributions to the field of Information Systems.

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Rutgers Business School professor's teaching tool aids Washington State toxic soil cleanup

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

When the State of Washington Department of Ecology needed a calculation tool to determine whether soil cleanup levels for toxic sites should be adjusted, it turned to an Excel add-in designed by Professor Jonathan Eckstein at Rutgers Business School.

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