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2020 Neil Gaston Student Achievement Award

Applications are now being accepted through April 10 for the 2020 Neil Gaston Student Achievement Award. The Neil Gaston Student Achievement Award includes a monetary award and will be presented during the School of Business Commencement Program. To be eligible for the award, a recipient must be a graduating senior in the School of Business…

Business Students Attend National Investment Banking Competition Finals

Business Students Attend National Investment Banking Competition Finals

Aagna Patel (Finance ’21), Will Cunningham (Finance ’22), Joseph Feuerstein (Finance ’22), and Lawrence Kruglyak (Finance ’21), were one of 30 teams selected out of a pool of 300+ teams to attend the National Investment Banking Competition Finals in Vancouver, Canada. During the 3-day event, the TCNJ team worked together to create valuation and merger…

2020 MBPC Final Teams Selected

The final three teams competing in the 2020 Mayo Business Plan Competition have been selected. Come see them present during the live final event on Thursday, April 23, 5:00pm, location to be announced. This is event is open to the public! “Now in its 8th year, the Mayo Business Plan Competition allows our TCNJ students…

Business Faculty Comment on Coronavirus

Business Faculty Comment on Coronavirus

On Tuesday, March 3, the US Fed announced an emergency rate cut in response to the continued spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, three School of Business faculty members weigh in on the cut’s impact. Dr. Seung Hee Choi, Chair & Professor, Finance The Federal Reserve cut its benchmark interest rate by 50 bps to…

Dean’s Emergency Fund

At times the School of Business may have a modest amount of funding to provide one-time emergency assistance to one or more School of Business students who encounter unexpected, significant financial hardships that demonstrably affect their ability to continue their education at TCNJ. There is no guarantee that such funding will be available for any…

Club Members Attend Leadership Institute

Club Members Attend Leadership Institute

Members of TCNJ’s Alpha Kappa Psi chapter recently attended the Principled Business Leadership Institute in Boston. This is an annual event where brothers of the fraternity from chapters across the country come together and learn from business professionals. Students were able to attend workshops ranging from “Ace Your Next Interview” to “Break Down the Benefits:…

Dr. Hume Interviewed on Chip and PIN Credit Cards

Dr. Hume Interviewed on Chip and PIN Credit Cards

Recently, WalletHub interviewed Dr. Susan Hume, associate professor of finance, on the differences between chip and pin credit cards. According to Hume, depending on your location and the country’s banking laws, security for cards is enforced by either “Chip ‘n Sign” (CSIGN) or “Chip ‘n PIN” (CPIN). The US uses chip with signature for both…

Freshman attends PwC Conference at Headquarters

Freshman attends PwC Conference at Headquarters

On February 17, I had the opportunity to attend PricewaterhouseCooper’s (PwC) Explore Program at the US Headquarters in New York City, for a full-day conference. Explore is an annual program PwC sponsors for freshmen and sophomores in four year undergraduate programs to help participants identify and align their interests and skills with potential career opportunities.…

2020 MBPC Semi-Finalists Announced

2020 MBPC Semi-Finalists Announced

The six semi-finalist teams have been selected to advance to the next round in the Mayo Business Plan Competition. On March 4, the semi-finalists will deliver a presentation before a panel of judges, and three teams will advance to the finals on Wednesday, April 1, 5:00pm, in the Mayo Concert Hall. The finals are open…

TCNJ ranked a best college for Accounting

TCNJ ranked a best college for Accounting

The School of Business Accounting program at The College of New Jersey is featured on the 2020 Best Colleges list on GradReports.com. These rankings are based on median early-career salary data of over 5 million graduates from the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard. TCNJ ranked top in NJ and #14 in the country. “TCNJ…

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