Tag: Rutgers School of Business-Camden

Honoring Frontline Health Care Workers Becomes Lesson in Leadership for Students

Honoring Frontline Health Care Workers Becomes Lesson in Leadership for Students

Students delivered 700 meals to Cooper University Hospital health care workers.

Posted in: Community Outreach
Electricity Providers Must Plan for Power Demand Surges During Extreme Weather Conditions, Says New Research

Electricity Providers Must Plan for Power Demand Surges During Extreme Weather Conditions, Says New Research

Power companies have a longstanding strategy to meet demands on hot summer days, but should also prepare for extreme cold weather.

Posted in: Research Highlights
Regional Leaders Named to Business School Advisory Board

Regional Leaders Named to Business School Advisory Board

Veronica Hawkins, Chaya Pamula, and Toni Pergolin are the newest members of the board.

Posted in: Campus Life
Consumers Buy More Food When They Order Cold Meals and Drinks, Reports Rutgers‒Camden Researcher

Consumers Buy More Food When They Order Cold Meals and Drinks, Reports Rutgers‒Camden Researcher

The study found that people who purchase cold sandwiches are twice as likely to buy additional food items.

Posted in: Research Highlights
Racism Kills Black People in Inconspicuous Ways, Says Rutgers–Camden Scholar

Racism Kills Black People in Inconspicuous Ways, Says Rutgers–Camden Scholar

Oscar Holmes IV, an expert in organizational behavior, was inspired to to examine other less noticeable ways that racism kills Black people after the killing of George Floyd.

Posted in: Research Highlights