Sean Stein Smith, an assistant professor of professional practice at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, is the recipient of a Bright Idea Award.
By Tom McLaughlin Simply put, explains Marie O’Toole, being a nurse means being able to make a tangible difference in people’s lives, whether it is bedside in a hospital or a home, or within a larger context, such as a population or community. “As the largest group of health-care professionals, we really do make a […]
By Tom McLaughlin As the presidential election heads down the final stretch, there have been growing allegations of voter fraud and a rigged system by Donald Trump, with the Republican candidate even indicating that, should he lose, he may not be so quick to accept the results. Those watching the debate closely may have noticed […]
By Tom McLaughlin Two Rutgers University–Camden scholars have been selected as Fulbright Scholars for the 2016-2017 Academic Year, joining the ranks of a distinguished cadre of scholars and professionals serving as leaders in their respective disciplines at host institutions throughout the world. Marie O’Toole, senior associate dean of academic and faculty affairs and professor at […]
A surprising trend toward fear and greed identified by two faculty members in the Rutgers School of Business–Camden led to a published paper this summer and a subsequent article in The Wall Street Journal. The researchers, Ivo Jansen, an associate professor of accounting, and Andrei Nikiforov, an assistant professor of finance, did not start out […]