News & Events

 School of Business...IN THE NEWS

 

 IRS Adrian Project Simulation

On Friday, October 27th, the School of Business Accounting Program teamed up with the IRS Criminal Investigation Network Field Office for a daylong simulation of a mock criminal investigation. Students were "sworn in"" as special agents for the day and experienced everything from reviewing bank statements to executing search warrants. 

 

Check out the Atlantic City Press article about the event here



 

 school of business internships

Interested in an Internship? Check out what our students and employers are saying about the School of Business Internship Program!

Click here to watch the video! 



 

onel, kraft, hotlzman at conference

Dr. Naz Onel, Dr. Ellen Kraft, and Dr. Diane Holtzman (pictured left to right) attended the Academy of Business Research Conference yesterday, held at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City.
Dr. Onel presented her paper titled "Did You Turn Off the Lights? Explaining Consumer Household Energy Use" in the Education/Marketing Track and won the Best Paper Award. 
Dr. Holtzman and Dr. Kraft presented their paper titled "The Potential Value of E-Portfolios for Making Hiring Decisions in the Workplace: A Comparison of the Results of Feedback from Large and Small Businesses" in the Education/Management Track and won the Best Paper Award.

Congratulations!! 



 Forum For Family Business
On Wednesday, September 13th Professor John Boyle moderated a discussion panel at the Forum For Family Business hosted by the Southern Ocean Chamber of Commerce.
The panel included perspectives from first, second and third generation businesses. The panel included Councilman David Taylor of Taylor Made Cabinets, Toby Sweeney of both the Terrance Tavern and the Delaware Oyster House, and Elizabeth Barlow of Barlow Buick GMC. They discussed the advantages and challenges of making the family business model work.


 Provost, Dean and President toast.

On Friday, September 8th, the School of Business celebrated its' 10th Anniversary! Faculty, staff and alumni shared stories of how the school has impacted them both professionally and personally. It was a great night celebrating everything we have accomplished over the years. 

Congratulations!

Click here for more photos of the event. 



 donna albano and christina cavaliere, craft beer tourism

HTMS professors Donna Albano and Christina Cavaliere examine craft beer's impact on the New Jersey Economy.

Read the full article here



 Stocktoberfest Flyer

Save the Date!

Join us on Tuesday, October 17th from 6:00-8:00pm in the Oval Room at the Stockton Seaview Hotel for our Annual Alumni Stocktoberfest!

 

Formal invite and information on how to RSVP will be sent at a later date. 



 

10yearcelebration

The School of Business is celebrating it's 10 Year Anniversary! Please join us on Friday, September 8th from 6:00-8:00pm in the Campus Center Event Room. This event includes appetizers, drinks and networking.

$15 advanced registration, $20 at the door.

Join us for the opportunity to share how the School of Business has had an impact on you!

RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/school-of-business-10-year-celebration-tickets-36367055843 or contact Donna Hauer at 609-626-3808. 



 

 kristencomose

In April 2017, MBA students Kristin Comose (right) and Brianna Ruiz received an award from the Books Without Borders group at Stockton University for their volunteer work and development of a social media marketing plan for the organization. The development of the marketing communications plan was part of the coursework for the graduate course Marketing Communications and Social Media.

The organization is obtaining more inquiries about Books Without Borders from reading about the program on the social media sites used by the team. Congratulations team! #stocktonproud



 mbastudents
 

MBA students Evan Yeung, Evan Pruden, and Peter Gallagher presented their project at the Spring 2017 Civic Engagement MiniGrant Showcase and Celebration of Service Program at Stockton University.  The team received a mini-grant for production of flyers to market Adelaide's Place, serving homeless women in Atlantic City.  The students, including Gina Lehner, produced a marketing plan for Adelaides' Place as part of the requirements for the graduate class Marketing Communications and Social Media.

Great work!