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Jhanani Ramesh

Jhanani Ramesh pursued a Master of Business and Science degree in Analytics concentration. She is passionate about building models to resolve business needs and problems using big data, AI and data mining techniques.

MBS Holiday Party 2018

Concluding the rigorous week of final exams, the annual holiday party witnessed students, alumni and faculty from the MBS program on December 18th at the Rutgers Club. Attendees gathered to celebrate and make connections with other attendees, especially the alumni where experiences were shared. A Rutgers graduate, currently Director of Product Development at Arrowhead was also present, and students were able to discuss possible opportunities for them in the Analytics field.

The Grand Graduation Dinner

The Graduation Dinner for the gradutes of Summer 2018, Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 was held on May 16 at Zimmerli Art Museum. It was a great occasion to celebrate with fellow graduates. That day will always be memorable to all the graduates of MBS program. Students received their degree certificate and best wishes from MBS staff for their next phase in their life. 

The Graduation Dinner for the MBS program was held at the Zimmerli Art Museum. 

Data Privacy and Data Governance: An Ethics Primer

The Ethics Primer on Data Privacy and Data Governance was an interactive event at Rutgers MBS on November 19, 2018, where students had the opportunity to discuss various data privacy issues. Ron Hedges, the guest speaker, is a member of Dentons' Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group and consults on management and discovery of electronically stored information ("ESI"). He created awareness about ethical issues in workplace and clarified the doubts of the students regarding legal cases. 

Spring Career and Internship Mega Fair 2019

Searching for a job is an important part of every student’s life, but the process can be time-consuming and stressful. One of the great opportunities Rutgers University offers is the Career Fair, which enables a student to meet more than 200 employers at the same place and on the same day. However, failing to prepare equates to preparing to fail. Students who prepare in advance have higher chances of success than others.

Development of AI Products from Concept to Market

On May 6th, 2019, students in the Artificial Intelligence: From Concept to Market MBS course presented their final projects under the guidance from Prof. Richard Mammone. The students had developed technology as well as devised plans to enter the market as a start-up company. Five teams used various AI technologies such as CNN, transfer learning, and LSTM to develop their products:

Capstone Presentations

In the Capstone course offered by the MBS department, students develop their entrepreneurship skills. Student teams search out patented product technology or ideas, work out how to use the idea in an actual product, and develop a business plan for marketing the product. This exercise allows the students an opportunity to enhance their marketing, finance, technology, supply chain, and operations knowledge in creating a viable start-up company (on paper at least).  On May 8th, 2019, the Capstone presented their products and business plans to an esteemed panel of judges.

Summer Externship 2019

Externships are great opportunities for MBS students.

Externships are company-sponsored projects open to students of all concentrations during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. International students as well as domestic students are welcome to participate in the program, which gives students the experience of solving real-world problems.