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Faculty Insight: Institute for Ethical Leadership Co-Director James Abruzzo makes a case on BigThink.com that art world needs its own code of ethics

Friday, May 9, 2014

“Every profession has a code of ethics. Doctors have a code of ethics - the Hippocratic Oath - lawyers, accountants, journalists. In fact part of a profession is that there is a code of ethics,” said James Abruzzo, the co-founder of the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School. But there is no code of ethics when it comes to art. The freedom that this allows may seem suited for the highly subjective, boundary-pushing world of art. But in this clip from Big Think's interview, Abruzzo presents compelling case studies that show why he argues for the art world to finally establish its own code of ethics. More ›

TAGS: Ethics Faculty Insights James Abruzzo The Institute for Ethical Leadership Thought Leadership

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Three Rutgers Business School professors among recipients of university's 2014 faculty awards

Friday, May 9, 2014

Rutgers Business School professors Jeffrey Robinson, Andrzej Ruszczynski and Jerome Williams were among 35 faculty members across Rutgers University who were awarded for their teaching, scholarly excellence and leadership on May 7. More ›

TAGS: Andrzej Ruszczynski Awards Faculty Jeffrey Robinson Jerome Williams Leadership Research

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LIBOR's finance summit at Nasdaq demonstrates strong alumni support, Wall Street connections

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Nearly 150 Rutgers Business School students and more than 70 Rutgers alumni gathered in New York City on April 22 to celebrate LIBOR’s 20th anniversary, network and listen to a panel of distinguished alumni speak about “Discovering Value in Today’s Markets." More ›

TAGS: Alumni Ben Sopranzetti Financial Alumni Network LIBOR Networking Thought Leadership Undergraduate New Brunswick Undergraduate Newark Wall Street

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Struggling with a dilemma? Institute for Ethical Leadership launches helpful resource: "Ask the Rutgers Ethicist"

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

"We don’t live, work, or learn in a vacuum, therefore; we shouldn’t have to make ethical decisions in a vacuum, or without trusted advisers,” said Judy Young, executive director of the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School. “Every individual must make her or his own decisions, but Ask the Rutgers Ethicist will provide a safe, confidential resource to guide individuals through a dilemma.” More ›

TAGS: Alex Plinio Ann Buchholtz Ethics James Abruzzo The Institute for Ethical Leadership

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Professor Jeffrey Robinson lends expertise to U.S. News & World Report article on choosing an MBA program in entrepreneurship

Monday, May 5, 2014

U.S. News & World Report highlighted the insights of Rutgers Business School Professor Jeffrey Robinson in a recent article about what students should consider when they're making a decision about where to pursue an MBA in Entrepreneurship. In the article, Robinson suggested that a business school with a designated area of study for entrepreneurship shows its commitment to the field and the presence of a center for entrepreneurship also offers students certain advantages. More ›

TAGS: Entrepreneurship Expertise Faculty Jeffrey Robinson MBA The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

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Thought leaders tackle healthcare reform and pharma's changing business model in Lerner Center's annual symposium

Monday, May 5, 2014

The April 30 symposium, "Global Challenges to Pharmaceutical Reimbursements," provided a big-picture, real-world look at the federal government’s efforts to reduce healthcare costs while increasing access to medical care. The symposium is the Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center’s signature event, reinforcing its role as a source of thought leadership on issues impacting the pharmaceutical and healthcare businesses. More ›

TAGS: Alumni Mahmud Hassan MBA Pharmaceutical Management Sharon Lydon The Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center Thought Leadership

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Rutgers 7th ranked MBA program in employment still accepting applications

Monday, May 5, 2014

U.S. News & World Report recently ranked Rutgers Traditional Full-Time MBA program #7 in MBA employment. To meet the demand for students looking to benefit from Rutgers Business School's strong relationships with New York and New Jersey companies, application deadlines have been extended. Learn more about the #1 Public MBA program in the New York metropolitan area. The extension applies only to candidates living in the U.S. More ›

TAGS: Graduate Admissions MBA Rankings Traditional Full-Time MBA

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Rutgers Business School, Undergraduate Newark sponsors high school women student summit

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-Newark, in conjunction with the Garden State Woman Foundation, welcomed high school women students, parents, and school administrators to the New Jersey High School Women Considering a College Degree in Business seminar. The program sought to inspire women high school students to attend college and pursue business degrees. More ›

TAGS: City of Newark Community LaToya Battle-Brown Leadership Mentoring Office of Diversity Programs Pre-College Rutgers Business School Undergraduate Undergraduate Newark Women in Business

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Rutgers Supply Chain Management program highly ranked by industry and business schools

Friday, May 2, 2014

Long before New Jersey Business wrote about “The Hot New M.B.A.: Supply-Chain Management” or Gartner Supply Chain Leaders and US News & World Report began ranking the supply chain MBA concentration, Professor Lei Lei began building the Department of Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences at Rutgers Business School. More ›

TAGS: AACSB Department of Labor Lei Lei Supply Chain Management Wayne Eastman

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Faculty Insight: Nancy DiTomaso Op-Ed in The National Law Journal. Who Really Gains from Preferential Treatment?

Monday, April 28, 2014

If we as a nation want to make progress on racial equality, we need to change the way we think about affirmative action. The real issue this country must wrestle with today is not whether minorities should get preferences when it comes to accessing education or jobs, but whether members of the majority should stop getting preferences. More ›

TAGS: Affirmative Action Ethics Faculty Insights Management and Global Business Nancy DiTomaso Thought Leadership

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Swiss cable executive shares turnaround story, leadership insights during CEO Lecture Series

Monday, April 28, 2014

During his talk, Eric Tveter said one of the things that guided his actions during the effort to get UPC Cablecom back on track was something he refers to as the five C’s of management – communication, culture, commitment, collaboration and customer. For an American taking the helm of a troubled company in Switzerland where the public has a natural tendency to be skeptical, commitment proved to be particularly vital. "Commitment is doing what you say you’re going to do,” he said. “We set realistic goals. We under promised and over delivered.” More ›

TAGS: Alumni CEO Lecture Series Glenn Shafer MBA Thought Leadership

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Master of Accountancy in Governmental Accounting program ranked 27th in the nation

Friday, April 25, 2014

“This recognition of our program’s best practices in design and delivery is very valuable because it distinguishes the quality programs from the literally hundreds of programs available online” says Director Irfan Bora, CPA, CMA, CGFM. More ›

TAGS: Accounting Governmental Accounting Irfan Bora Online

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Rutgers Business School maintains prestigious AACSB business accreditation

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, a distinction it has held since 1941. Founded in 1916, AACSB International is the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master's, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting. More ›

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Professor Dan Weaver’s letter on High Frequency Trading published in Wall Street Journal

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Wall Street has been buzzing about a new book by Michael Lewis, "Flash Boys," which claims that high frequency trading creates an unfair benefit not available to all market participants. Professor Dan Weaver asserts in his letter-to-the-editor published by The Wall Street Journal on April 9 that there are more pressing issues to deal with other than high frequency trading. More ›

TAGS: Faculty Insights Finance The Wall Street Journal Thought Leadership Wall Street

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A live broadcast of Rutgers Business School's CEO Lecture Series on April 21 will be available over the Internet

Friday, April 18, 2014

Rutgers Business School will livestream the CEO Lecture Series on Monday, April 21, featuring Eric Tveter, chief executive of Switzerland’s UPC Cablecom. Students, faculty and alumni who are not on the Newark Campus will be able to watch Tveter’s talk via the Internet. More ›

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Chief executive of leading Swiss cable company will share management philosophy at CEO Lecture Series

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Rebuilding one of Switzerland’s leading cable companies wasn’t enough for Eric Tveter, the company’s chief executive officer. The 55-year-old CEO, who earned his MBA from Rutgers in 1997, is now focused on differentiating UPC Cablecom in an effort to surpass tough rivals in the competitive Swiss market. "We can’t just be better," he said, "we have to be different.” Tveter will discuss his plan for differentiating UPC Cablecom during the CEO Lecture Series at Rutgers Business School on Monday, April 21. More ›

TAGS: CEO Lecture Series Leadership MBA Speaker Events Thought Leadership

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Rutgers ranked in the top 15% in the U.S. in return-on-investment by The Economist

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Research conducted by The Economist looking at the cost and return of a college education in America showed that Rutgers University–New Brunswick had an annual return-on-investment of 11.2% over a 20-year period. This places Rutgers in the top 15% in the U.S. in return-on-investment out of 896 schools. More ›

TAGS: Accounting Business Analytics and Information Technology Finance Management and Global Business Marketing Return on Investment Supply Chain Management Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Work of retiring professor Donald L. McCabe inspires award to promote academic integrity

Monday, April 14, 2014

Rutgers Business School and the Institute for Ethical Leadership have created an annual award to recognize the research of retiring professor Donald L. McCabe. The inaugural award will be presented to McCabe, who has been called the "founding father" of research on academic integrity. In the future, it will be given to a student, faculty or staff member who promotes the values of academic integrity at Rutgers Business School. More ›

TAGS: Academic Integrity Ann Buchholtz Awards Cheating Donald McCabe Rutgers Business School The Institute for Ethical Leadership

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Beyond the classroom: can leadership be learned?

Friday, April 11, 2014

Professionals, students, and faculty alike continue to debate the complex issue of whether leadership is learned or innate. The two prevailing sides argue either “she was born with it” or “she was taught how to be a true leader.” More ›

TAGS: LaToya Battle-Brown Leadership Undergraduate Newark

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Founding director of Rutgers Executive MBA honored as one of the giants behind "powerhouse" program

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Professor Farrokh Langdana, the current EMBA director, said he and Assistant Dean Kathleen Connelly Harmon were honored to be part of (Shaak’s) legacy. “Kathleen and I have often told Professor Shaak that the Rutgers Executive MBA Program has been able to garner all of its global rankings because it was built on the shoulders of giants," Langdana said. More ›

TAGS: Awards City of Newark Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana MBA

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Internal Revenue Service turns accounting students into "agents" for a day to show them a career option

Friday, April 4, 2014

"Most accounting students don’t know that law enforcement is a good fit for them,” said IRS agent Robert Glantz, who organized the event. "We want to open their eyes to it.” More ›

TAGS: Accounting Marty Markowitz Partnerships Undergraduate New Brunswick

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Inspiring the next generation of women business leaders

Friday, April 4, 2014

Key business figures, such as Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and Arianna Huffington, CEO of the Huffington Post, are taking the lead to support a movement of global discussions integrating women as leaders within today’s corporate strategy.  More ›

TAGS: LaToya Battle-Brown Leadership Mentoring Thought Leadership Undergraduate Undergraduate Newark Women in Business

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Faculty Insight: The Path to a Green Economy

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Roger Smeets, an assistant professor at RBS, teaches international business. He has expertise in the areas of international trade, innovation and intellectual property rights. In a piece he wrote for The Arbitrader, Professor Smeets explains some of the effects of environmental government policies.  More ›

TAGS: Faculty Insights Innovation Management and Global Business Roger Smeets Thought Leadership

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Building business skills: Rutgers Business School undergraduate students participate in an alternative spring break

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Rutgers Business School students know an experiential learning opportunity will provide them with a deeper understanding of an industry and a job. More ›

TAGS: Career Development Finance LaToya Battle-Brown Rutgers Business School Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Newark

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Rutgers business plan competition sees a return to more traditional ventures; interior landscaper wins top prize

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The two top winners, both Rutgers Flex MBA students, started companies that provide services. Brian Bergen, owner of an interior landscaping company called Bergen Botanicals, won the $20,000 first-place prize. Paula Zwiren, president of Zwiren Title Agency, received $15,000 for second place. Sarah Blessing, who graduated from the Rutgers Flex MBA Program in January, came up with the idea for TRAINgle, a fitness band with some flair. Her team, which includes Flex MBA students Aamir Khan and Leann Cosley-Richardson and recent MBA grad Joanna Trzaska, won the $10,000 third-place prize. More ›

TAGS: Business Plan Competition City of New Brunswick City of Newark Entrepreneurship Flex MBA MBA Social Entrepreneurship