External funding allows RBS leading research and initiatives to continue
Rutgers Business School faculty conduct leading research, direct prestigious centers, and have deep ties to industry.
Sean Handley, Lei Lei, Ben Melamed, and Lian Qi of the SCMMS Department has been awarded a federal grant of $524,625 from U.S. Department of Homeland Security for their research project entitled “Optimal Preparedness and Response to Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Emergencies.
Brenda Hopper, Director of the New Jersey Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC) was awarded:
$1, 373, 735 for the Small Business Job Act of 2010 by the U.S. Small Business Administration
$1, 290, 396 for the Small Business Development Centers by the U.S. Small Business Administration
$7, 500 for the 2010 Success Awards Luncheon by PNC
$250,000 for the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers by the New Jersey`s
Economic Development Authority
$75, 000 for Entrepreneurial and Small Business Owner’s Educational Training and Counseling by Bank of America
$10, 000 for the 2011 Success Awards Luncheon by PSEG
Jaideep Vaidya, Associate Professor of Management Sciences & Information Systems was awarded $90, 000 for the project “CAREER: Collaborative Optimization with Limited Information Disclosure” from the National Science Foundation
dt ogilvie, Professor of Management and Global Business was awarded $25,000 from PNC and $100,000 from The Prudential Foundation for the Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative.
Hui Xiong, Associate Professor of Management Science & Information Systems, was awarded $13, 336 for his project entitled “NeTSE: Small: Collaborative Research: MILAN: Multi-Modal Passive Intrusion Learning in Pervasive Wireless Environments,”
James Abruzzo, Instructor, Management & Global Business, was awarded $27, 500 for the 2010 Capacity Building Conference by The Prudential Foundation.
The various grants received are a testament to RBS’s great faculty and commitment to innovative research.
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