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Rutgers / G&A CSR Certificate Update: Eric Fernald of MSCI, and Peter Roselle of Morgan Stanley

CSR CERTIFICATE PROGRAM - FACULTY / COURSE UPDATE: What is the ROI on Sustainability Led by Eric Fernald of MSCI, and Peter Roselle From Morgan Stanley Joins Louis Coppola as Co-Presenter for The Interactive Materiality Workshop
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Registration Deadline Approaching for CSR Certificate Program at The Rutgers University Institute for Ethical Leadership -- Click Here to Register for the 2-day Course

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Registration Deadline Approaching for CSR Certificate Program at The Rutgers University Institute for Ethical Leadership -- Click Here to Register for the 2-day Course

Advancing CSR Leadership: G&A Institute Teams with Rutgers’ Institute for Ethical Leadership In New 2 Day Certificate Program -Classes Begin in April

SustainabilityHQ Highlights (03.10.2016)
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The esteemed business teacher and author Peter Drucker had specific views on ethical leadership:  He thought the ethics of personal responsibility stemmed from the advice of the ancient healer, Hippocrates:  Primum Non Nocere – First Do No Harm. Today’s healthcare professionals live by the rule.  And explains commentator William Cohen, PhD for us: Drucker thought the mirror test was a good test:  look in the mirror and ask, what kind of person do I want to see this morning?

Governance & Accountability Institute and Rutgers Business School Announce a Partnership to Educate Corporate Professionals on Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability

Explore CSR trends and best practices for your competitive advantage in this rapidly evolving field
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NEW YORK, March 1, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Rutgers Business School's Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) and Governance & Accountability Institute (G&A Institute) announced today a partnership to develop and offer a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Certificate Program with the purpose of providing a competitive advantage to CSR teams and corporate professionals expanding into this growing field.

New Jersey Teens Delve into STEM Learning

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63 New Jersey teens from Mercer, Passaic, Middlesex, Essex and Union counties in New Jersey were provided Samsung scholarships to attend the Summer Science Program – a week-long science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) immersion program at the Rutgers University campus in July. Additionally, two former Summer Science Program attendees received the first-ever Samsung STEM College Scholarship which grants $2,500 to New Jersey students pursuing undergraduate degrees in STEM fields. Check out this video for more details on the week! 

Tackling One Challenge At A Time: Eric LeGrand

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January 28, 2014

Author: John Columbus

Eric LeGrand is undoubtedly one the most inspirational people you could ever meet.  He is an author, motivational speaker, sports announcer and former defensive tackle for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team. Eric is living with paralysis, after absorbing a devastating tackle while playing Army at MetLife Stadium on October 16, 2010, leaving his C-3 and C-4 vertebrae fractured.

How to Create the Next Generation of Accounting Professionals

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Ernst & Young is involved with the Rutgers Future Scholars program and recently invited nearly 100 participants to the New York office to receive college preparation and mentoring. Scholars listened to interns discuss their high-school and college experiences, talked to partners in financial services about what a career in accounting can offer and had interactive sessions on communication styles, leadership and goal setting. This relationship is part of EY’s efforts to diversify the pipeline of talent it can recruit from—and to diversify the ranks of accounting professionals overall - hopes to change the minds of these youngsters about accounting.

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Ernst & Young is involved with the Rutgers Future Scholars program and recently invited nearly 100 participants to the New York office to receive college preparation and mentoring. Scholars listened to interns discuss their high-school and college experiences, talked to partners in financial services about what a career in accounting can offer and had interactive sessions on communication styles, leadership and goal setting. This relationship is part of EY’s efforts to diversify the pipeline of talent it can recruit from—and to diversify the ranks of accounting professionals overall - hopes to change the minds of these youngsters about accounting.

NFL Players Association, Verizon Team Up to Help Teens LiveRESPECT

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Recently hundreds of New Jersey teens gathered at Rutgers University to listen to a few of their favorite NFL stars. 

Kids and Online Privacy

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For today’s youth, striving for acceptance among peers means tending to an online persona as they do their real selves.  Divulging personal information online is necessary to stay connected to people online, partake in an online gaming community or find others who have similar likes or dislikes, there are also more practical reasons kids share as much as they do.

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