NJBIZ recognizes five alumnae leaders who shape their organizations, industries and New Jersey's economic landscape.
The Financial Planning Association will welcome alumnus Joseph Testa '12 on Feb. 18 to discuss the importance of networking.
Director Michael Reuter, the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development, on making it into the Winner's Circle.
The most recent poll was covered by Forbes, ESPN, Reuters and number of media outlets across the United States and the globe.
The Buccino Leadership Institute launched a new professional leadership coaching program for its 81 students on February 1st.
Poets & Quants ranked the Stillman School of Business in the top "10 Undergraduate Business Schools to Watch" in 2019.
Katrice Albert, EVP of inclusion and human resources at the NCAA, will be the third speaker in the Inclusion Speaker Series.
Students from the Arts and Sciences Leadership Center give back to local hospital's pediatric center.
Caroline Weeks collaborated on a paper with Professor Penina Orenstein from the Department of Computing and Decision.
Your vote is needed to help make the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development #1 for the fifth year in a row.
Stillman School is #45 in nation in 2018 Poets & Quants Best Undergraduate Business Schools ranking - #3 for alumni survey.
M.B.A. Student Alissa Lopez won first place in the NJIT New Business Model Competition.
Supply Chain Club earns gold-level award for going above and beyond and outstanding performance with its 2017-18 activities.
Students face off in 'Shark Tank' style competition sponsored by Stillman School and its Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Articles on the poll results appeared on Yahoo's websites in the U.S, Canada, the U.K., Australia and India as well as ESPN and Forbes.
Alumnus Christian Zeron '16, founder and CEO of Theo & Harris, a vintage watch company, recently cracked $2 million in sales.
Bryan Price is the founding executive director of a first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary undergraduate leadership program.
Professor Itzkowitz found that despite due diligence, investment choices are made as a result of a very simple process.
Kurt Rotthoff is a 2018 recipient of the Bright Ideas Award for his recently published research.
The University community is invited to a "Shark Tank" Competition for 10 high school entrepreneur finalists on November 16.
Bruce Freeman will speak on "Turning Adversity into Opportunity" at the Livingston Public Library on November 17.
Seton Hall alumnus Bob Ley of ESPN will teach a master class entitled "Sports Journalism and Its Challenges."
Sarah Diefenbach uses the knowledge she gains in the classroom to work for global data analysis firm Dun & Bradstreet.
Graduate students meet Seton Hall alumnus and entrepreneur Brian Fitzpatrick ('75) who shares his company's rise to success.
Dr. Frank Braio will present a lecture series on Canadian Jesuit theologian Bernard Lonergan's economic theory.