November 17, 2017

On October 23rd 2017, in the midst of fall, there’s a beautiful view of the colors of fall right outside the CoRE building. Meanwhile, on the inside, a perennial topic was discussed, one that is undeniably important, irrespective of field: leadership. The PSM Program had arranged for three guest... Read more

November 17, 2017

“Design for today and prototype for tomorrow” is the vision of Rutgers Makerspace. 17th October marked the day that MBS students explored the newly renovated Makerspace on the Livingston campus of Rutgers. Rutgers Makerspace is a unique environment that helps turn ideas into reality. For the makers... Read more

November 1, 2017

With a data-driven revolution seemingly taking the sports industry by storm in the modern day, there is no shortage in the demand for insightful data analytics to impact a team’s season. An intertwining of strong technical and quantitative skills and a good understanding of the sport are essential... Read more

October 26, 2017

  The Analytics session held at Rutgers, Busch Campus — CoRE building On September 14th, IIBA NJ held an interactive session at Rutgers with analytics expert Bhupinder. He passionately spoke about data analytics and how it exists in every field. Moreover, he gave us insights on how to look at... Read more

October 5, 2017

This year, Badal was nominated by Forbes as Top 30 Under 30 for his KOL Mapping tool. Help him win by posting and sharing #30Under30 and @forbesUnder30. It all started when Badal Shah, a trained pharmacist born and raised in India, decided at the age of 22 to find a master’s degree program in the... Read more

September 14, 2017

Calling one, calling all, come practice your writing skills! The PSM program is recruiting MBS students to blog about their experiences in the program. All you have to do is attend an event, go on a class trip, or participate in a conference, workshop or trade show. Take a few pictures. Then write... Read more

September 6, 2017

During Prof. Burgess’s Marketing Assessment and Analysis for Business and Science class, students visit IKEA.  Here, four students will tell you their transformation insights when visiting IKEA and thinking about the marketing ideas from their coursework.  Each has their own viewpoint, each offers... Read more

August 30, 2017

From the banks of the Raritan to the shores of the Potomac, students in the Fundamentals of Intellectual Property course traveled to Alexandria, Virginia to meet United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) staff to network and gain a far deeper understanding of the ways scientific innovation... Read more

August 30, 2017

5 job offers and 9 extensions and every single internship a success! The statistics do not deny that our students are very much in demand and not without good reason. After three months of producing results and building relationships, their hard work shone through during their internship... Read more

August 7, 2017

From the perch of the 7th Floor of the CoRE building there’s an excellent view of Busch Campus, but on the inside of the Boardroom on the 10th of May, 2017, the hard work of the MBS Students offered a far more impressive vista of the state of business and science.   Faculty, staff and students were... Read more

August 3, 2017

Portfolios have been in use for a long time in fields such as business and education to display one’s work to an employer, professor or a recruiter. With the rise in the popularity of E-Portfolios, the process has become simpler with the help of online tools to highlight IT/ Engineering and... Read more

July 10, 2017

"User experience has caught on so much, both as something that people enjoy doing and something that is more and more widely recognized as being valuable to a growing number of companies," Louisa Armbrust, User Experience Designer When it comes to experiencing digital products, user experience (UX... Read more

July 10, 2017

While the audience digested a lovely dinner, a diverse and fascinating panel of MBS alumni reflected on how their experiences during the MBS program affected their strategies searching for jobs and on the job. Led by moderator, Narayan Escolin (MBS Drug Discovery & Development), the panelists... Read more

May 24, 2017

Feeling overwhelmed, not sure where to start or how to get ahead? Fret not fellow student, you are not alone, I was in that exact same position last year. When I started my job search, I wanted to ask the international students before me, how exactly did they get their jobs and internships? I... Read more

May 24, 2017

The MBS aims to empower students with the expertise to take scientific knowledge beyond academia and into the world of business. The capstone course is equivalent to a thesis; and puts into practice the students’ ability to utilize business practices to highlight the application and benefits of... Read more

May 24, 2017

I work in late stage pharmaceutical development as a biologics formulation scientist. In this role, biomolecules that are placed in general buffer systems are assigned to my area where I and my colleagues further optimize their formula by conducting stressed studies on them. After 3 years of work... Read more

May 23, 2017

The stage was set at the CoRE building as the Spring 2017 MBS Analytics students presented posters on their final projects as a part of the Advanced Analytics and Practicum class taught by Dr. Christie Nelson. The class had set up their posters before the event ready to brief professionals from the... Read more

May 22, 2017

Networking is a valuable tool in the workforce, but where to start? In this digital age, we have access to everything in the palm of our hands. With the internet and social media, there truly aren’t any limits to connect with others. How often do we use that to our advantage to connect with people... Read more

May 17, 2017

            In the current political climate where opinions are a viable substitute for facts and critical thought, it is more important than ever for scientists to be involved in the political process. While most political discussions turn into a shouting match or worse, it is important that... Read more

May 16, 2017

It was the day of the open house on the 30th of March at the Professional Science Masters Program (which offers an MBS - Masters and Business and Science Degree) where we opened our doors and gave a warm welcome to all who made their way to the venue. This was an opportunity for prospective... Read more

May 10, 2017

The MBS program has always encouraged students to go all out when it comes to exploring their interests and interacting with industry professionals to bolster professional growth. With a shared passion for the world of consulting, three MBS students- Deepti Mithrananda, Sunam Suresh and I, along... Read more

April 26, 2017

As students in the MBS program, our ability to translate our science into business impact is the number one marketable skill we need to master.  It is a powerful skill and makes us stand out. Before we can exhibit this skill, we first need to secure a job interview. There are a series of interview... Read more

April 6, 2017

A recent talk hosted by Rutgers helped me understand that my chosen career is not simply a job title, but a way of approaching life’s problems. The International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA), a non-profit dedicated to promoting business analysis, visited Rutgers on March 9th. Peter Johnson... Read more

March 27, 2017

The 4th Annual New Jersey Big Data Alliance Symposium was held at New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ on the 16th of March, 2017. The event, with the theme “Big Data Connects” was well attended by professionals, academia and students interested in the field. For the MBS Students, the... Read more

February 21, 2017

On Wednesday, February 15th, students from Professor Burgess’s Marketing for Business and Sciences class made the journey to IKEA in Elizabeth, New Jersey to experience a taste of what the Swedish furniture giant has to offer (in more ways than one!).  With its sleek, and at times, minimalist... Read more