The faculty chair was created last year with a $1.5 million commitment from businessman Paul Profeta, who built the national real estate investment and management company, Paul V. Profeta and Associates, Inc. Profeta’s gift was matched by an anonymous donor who pledged a total of $27 million to Rutgers University in 2011 as part of an endowed chair challenge. More ›
Professor Farrokh Langdana, Director of Rutgers Executive MBA program which was ranked #2 in Economics in the world by The Financial Times, and New Brunswick business leaders talk about the “multiplier” effect for area businesses of Rutgers joining the Big Ten. More ›
Christine Knight, who is now chief financial officer of Prudential’s Group Insurance, started working at Prudential as an entry-level accountant in a reinsurance subsidiary the Newark-based financial services has since spun off. After the divestiture, Knight stayed on as controller for the run off businesses. It was the first in a series of career moves Knight made at Prudential that reflected a combination of moxie and ambition and what one executive described as Knight’s drive for "continuous improvement.” More ›
In addition to offering programs in the areas of digital marketing, economics, finance, healthcare, ethics and leadership, there are plans to launch new programs in data analytics, risk, compliance, engineering and technology. A selection of these programs are planned to be offered in Singapore for the very first time. The program's global reach will also be accelerated by way of an expanded catalog of online offerings. More ›
The Society for the Study of Social Problems gives the C. Wright Mills Award to a book that critically addresses an issue of contemporary public importance. "The American Non-Dilemma" also was the runner up for the Academy of Management’s George R. Terry Award earlier this month, and it won the American Sociological Association’s Section on Inequality, Poverty and Mobility book award. More ›
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...
With increasing levels of carbon dioxide accumulating in the atmosphere and moving into marine ecosystems, the world's oceans are becoming more acidic.
The oceans may be acidifying faster today than...