The third annual biopharmaceutical case competition at Rutgers attracted teams from the nation’s leading business schools, including Wharton, Columbia and Kellogg. Teams also represented Michigan State University, MIT Sloan, Duke, Penn State’s Smeal College of Business and the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. More ›
The discussion and awards ceremony, which was sponsored by PNC Bank, was part of a series of events Rutgers Business School's Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development hosted during Global Entrepreneurship Week. The week featured guest speakers, panel discussions and a special session offering students a chance to be critiqued on their business pitches. More ›
For the past two years, Rohit Sood has been offering help to MBA students who share his passion for the pharmaceutical business. The Sood Singh Award, named for him and his wife Priya Singh, provides $7,000 to a student beginning a second year of the full-time MBA program who is planning to work in the pharmaceutical business. More ›
The combination of Dr. Lei’s accomplishments as an academic leader, her acuity as a scholar and teacher, deeply engaged with business challenges facing communities locally and globally, were among the key qualities that led to her selection, according to a statement from Nancy Cantor, Rutgers University–Newark chancellor; Richard Edwards, executive vice president for academic affairs and Rutgers University–New Brunswick chancellor; and Todd Clear, Rutgers University–Newark provost. More ›
Professor Morris A. Davis, the Paul V. Profeta Chair of Real Estate and the academic director of the Center for Real Estate Studies, described the willingness of James Hanson and Carl Goldberg to serve as co-chairmen as a "coup"’ for Rutgers.
"For the center to be considered a world leader, it needs strong academic credentials and leadership and a visible, active and recognized industry presence,” Davis said. More ›
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A combination of Dr. Lei's accomplishments as an academic leader, her acuity as a scholar and teacher, deeply engaged with business challenges facing communities locally and globally, were among the...