For the first time in Rutgers Business School history, a classroom was named to honor a professor of uncommon distinction: the Professor Farrokh Langdana Classroom in the RBS – Newark building at 1 Washington Park.
The classroom naming provided a way for alumni and faculty to demonstrate their admiration and respect for Professor Langdana, and to ensure that his name will be forever associated with Rutgers Business School.
"Farrokh's dedication to RBS and to his students is legendary," said Dean Lei Lei. More ›
"We are confident that Stephanie will catapult Rutgers Business School’s position in Singapore and throughout Southeast Asia given her stellar background as an educator, her wealth of cutting-edge business experience and her intimate knowledge of the local executive education marketplace," said Joseph Schaffer, associate dean of Rutgers Business School Executive Education. More ›
Why do politicians like Trump keep bashing China? What does "undervaluation" or "overvaluation" of a currency mean? And what advantage can a nation derive from trying to control or manipulate its exchange rate? More ›
The symposium "Driving the Rising Tide of the Greater Newark Business Community: Higher Education’s Role as a Strategic Partner," featured cross-sector community partnerships and explored opportunities for expanding those networks to integrate Rutgers Business School and Rutgers University – Newark even more deeply with the city of Newark. More ›
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the most prestigious and important scholarly organization in Hungary, is responsible for cultivating science, disseminating scientific findings, supporting research and representing Hungarian science around the world. More ›
Packed with industry giants and power players, the advisory board of the Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate has no shortage of leadership or experience.
But the group wants to ensure its...
By employing the Internet of Things (IoT) in our homes, the lights turn on and the temperature adjusts automatically when we walk through the door, our refrigerators inform us when we need milk, and...