A successful entrepreneur and mentor discusses how Honors College students are learning to tackle complex and global problems in tangible ways.
A smoothie shop that won a Rutgers Business School competition is opening its doors on Mine Street in New Brunswick.
Tashni-Ann Dubroy, both research scientist and entrepreneur, rose from chemistry professor to president of one of the oldest historically black universities in the southern United States.
The 25-year-old program broadens doctoral students' education.
Starting a new business can be a risky venture. Entrepreneurs hope their ideas become prosperous, but they first face a lot of uncertainty and may not see tangible results for years. Are they being irrational by banking on future success?
The Center for Innovative Ventures of Emerging Technologies helps Rutgers innovators – students and faculty alike – tailor research methods to maximize commercial potential.
Seeking more meaning to life, a successful entrepreneur pursues a career as a physician assistant at Rutgers School of Health Professions.