One of the best parts of being an MBS student is the strong connection to MBS alumni, who frequently return to share invaluable hints, tips, and advice for career success. On June 2, alumna and UXD expert Nicole (Flores) Errico MBS'21 discussed UX interviews and portfolios.
Throughout Women’s History Month, we’ve celebrated amazing women across disciplines, around the world, and right at Rutgers who have made the world a better place through their presence, knowledge, and actions.
Lisa Woodley, Vice President of Digital Experience at NTT DATA Services and a leader in digital experience design and ethical design, shares how humans can curb biases in AI and automation solutions they create.
This month, we are celebrating women who have made history, who are making history, and who—day by day—are making our world a better place and improving the human condition.
An iterative problem-solving technique that blends human empathy with hard data, design thinking is a hallmark of multidisciplinary collaboration and a gold standard in helping businesses better understand their customers and customers’ needs.
Students pursuing Rutgers Master of Business and Science (MBS) degree have a new academic concentration to consider: Product Design, an offering created in light of industry trends and workforce demands.
February 2, 2021, saw the return of the Annual UXPA/NJ Chapter Design Slam, a fun, interactive event where randomly grouped participants must quickly solve a non-hypothetical design challenge—the details of which are kept secret until the start of the event.
If you’ve ever visited the Rutgers Makerspace on Livingston Campus, then you’ve likely observed—or perhaps even used—3D printing: the technology capable of transforming project concepts and creative ideas from simple designs into tangible, functional, three-dimensional objects.
On March 19, MBS students, alumni, faculty, and members of the Industrial Advisory Board joined to mingle, network, dine, and reconnect at the 7th Annual PSM Alumni-Student Mixer, a now-signature event for the MBS program, which will celebrate its milestone 10th anniversary next year.