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Rutgers administrators, top professors given $5.5 M. in 'incentive pay'

(04/24/19 4:00am)

Rutgers gave more than $5.5 million in “incentive pay” to approximately 700 top administrators and professors last year. The “at-risk” or “incentive pay” method for distributing payments based on their job performance is added on to their base salaries, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.



Partnership with Supply Chain Management Association gives opportunities to RBS graduates

(04/23/19 4:00am)

Yesterday, Rutgers announced its partnership with the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) to allow graduates from Rutgers Business School who earned an MBA in supply chain management to have an advanced standing for a professional designation within SCMA, according to Return on Information-New Jersey.


Molloy issues apology to PTLs for previous 'supply and demand' comment

(04/23/19 4:00am)

Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy has provided to The Daily Targum an apology to part-time lecturers (PTLs) for his previous comments, where he said: “If (PTLs) don’t want to do this, they need to get another job. There are probably other people who can fill the role, so it’s sort of like supply and demand," at a town hall the Targum reported on earlier this semester. 








Rutgers professor to teach full-time, hopes to assist students in networking, real-world knowledge

(04/19/19 4:00am)

Next semester, Rutgers School of Communication and Information will be adding another notable name to its list of full-time professors. Mark Beal, a part-time lecturer in the Department of Communication and known for his “101 Lessons” books, will be teaching full-time next semester.



Barchi says he weighs both sides in athletic's finances controversy

(04/18/19 4:51am)

University President Robert L. Barchi has heard the complaints about Rutgers Athletic’s spending, particularly the issue that the department receives more financial support from the University’s operating budget and student fees than just about any other major-level school on an annual basis, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.