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The Mini-MBA: Business Management for Military and Veterans offered by the Rutgers Business School (RBS) prepares veteran undergraduate students for a smoother transition into the workforce, helping them build careers from skills they acquired throughout their time in the military.
Former New York Yankee Cecil Fielder took the opportunity to spread holiday cheer yesterday by visiting patients at the Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick.
Graffiti, offensive posters and flyers containing derogatory comments are just a few examples of bias incidents that occur on campus.
Veteran undergraduate students make up roughly 4 percent of the student body. Because of this, the Rutgers Business School now offers a Mini-MBA: Business Management for Military and Veterans program that serves veterans, transitioning military personnel, ROTC students and undergraduate students returning from military service, according to RBS's site.
In their final year at Rutgers’ Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC), five senior students discovered their career path as future leaders in the U.S. Air Force.
More than 7,000 students, alumni, faculty and guests laced their running shoes early Saturday morning for “The Big Chill” 5-kilometer. The yearly fundraising effort, hosted by the University, collects toys for children ages 3 to 14.
This year’s Business Leadership Speaker Series featured the co-founder of Basic Outfitters, an online service that offers inexpensive clothing essentials, for students interesting in jumpstarting careers in business and entrepreneurship.
World renowned philosopher of cognitive science Jerry Alan Fodor died last Wednesday at the age of 82. He was a professor emeritus in the Department of Philosophy at Rutgers for 24 years and founded the University’s Center for Cognitive Science.
On Thursday night, “Battle of the Bald” raised $10,199 — double last year’s amount — to fund life-saving childhood cancer research at the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Jerry Alan Fodor, a former professor emeritus in the Department of Philosophy and Cognitive Science at Rutgers, died this past Wednesday at the age of 82 in his New York City home.
On Nov. 28, the Rutgers Business School hosted the Business Leadership Speaker Series featuring Basic Outfitters, an online service that allows customers to buy basic clothes essentials inexpensively.
Twenty-seven individuals waited for their names to be called in the "Battle of the Bald" Thursday night, an annual head-shaving tournament to fund life-saving childhood cancer research at the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Last Saturday, more than 7,000 Rutgers students, alumni, faculty and guests gathered on the College Avenue campus to take part in the annual "The Big Chill" 5-kilometer.
On Wednesday, less than one year after taking the helm as the editor of Politico, Carrie Budoff Brown returned to her alma mater for an open conversation at Trayes Hall that spanned the nuanced landscapes of politics and journalism, as well as her formative years as a Rutgers student.
Meeting with instructors after hours is a helpful way for students to build a better understanding of course material. But what does a student do if his or her professor’s office is in Miami?
On Nov. 8 and 9, Rutgers experienced a “data security” breach that left the information of nearly 1,700 students unprotected, said Neal Buccino, a University spokesperson.
In January 2015, Rutgers became a federally-designated Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (IC CAE) through a competitive $1.95 million grant from the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Rutgers graduate students joined members of more than 50 universities across the country in an organized walkout, protesting the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was passed earlier this month by House Republicans.
The technology and the safety of cell phone batteries came the world's attention last year when a design flaw in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caused the phone to randomly catch fire. Rutgers alumna Preeya Kuray, now a Ph.D. candidate at Penn State, has been working on a type of battery that could be a safer alternative to the current industry standard.