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Hot New Minor Poised for Jump to the Majors

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The art of managing talent is the focus of strategic human resources

 

By John Chadwick

When Rutgers decided to offer a minor in Human Resource Management in the spring of 2009, no one was surprised when 240 students signed up for the program.

But few would have predicted what happened next: Over the course of two years the enrollment has more than tripled. A total of 827 students are enrolled in the program, which has expanded from 3 to 11 courses. And, the minor may soon become a major run jointly through the School of Management and Labor Relations, and the School of Arts and Sciences.

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When Rutgers decided to offer a minor in Human Resource Management in the spring of 2009, no one was surprised when 240 students signed up for the program. Over the course of two years the enrollment has more than tripled. And, the minor may soon become a major run jointly through the School of Management and Labor Relations, and the School of Arts and Sciences.
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SMLR Update February 7, 2011

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Governor's Task Force on Higher Education

Elected to the American Law Institute

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January 10, 2011

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Professor Barbara Lee has been elected to membership in the American Law Institute
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Rutgers (SMLR) Program Helps Ph.D. Students Learn the Ropes of Academic Leadership

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Chronicle of Higher Education

December 10, 2010

Rutgers Program Helps Ph.D. Students Learn the Ropes of Academic Leadership

By Audrey Williams June
Chronicle of Higher Education, December 10, 2010

Sean E. Rogers is a third-year graduate student at Rutgers University, a few years yet from entering the academic job market. Still, he's already thinking about how to make the transition from faculty member to administrator.

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Sean E. Rogers is a third-year graduate student at Rutgers University, a few years yet from entering the academic job market. Still, he's already thinking about how to make the transition from faculty member to administrator. As a fellow of Rutgers' new Pre-Doctoral Leadership Development Institute, Mr. Rogers is ahead of the curve.
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10 Great Books for Career Changers

 Paula Caligiuri's Get a Life, Not a Job was named one of the 2010 top 10 career books by Kerry Hannon from Forbes in 10 GreatGet a Life Books for Career Changers, Give The Gift of Possibility.

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Paula Caligiuri's "Get a Life, Not a Job" was named one of the 2010 top 10 career books by Kerry Hannon from Forbes in 10 Great Books for Career Changers, Give The Gift of Possibility.
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College and University Faculty Confront the Crisis in Higher Education

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Listen to Adrienne Eaton's discussion on the program "Focus" on the local public radio station, WILL
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December 6, 2010

SMLR News

Top Ten Book Recognition -- Paula Caligiuri's Get a Life, Not a Job was named one of the 2010 top 10 career books by Kerry Hannon from Forbes.

Paula also appeared on CNN on Sunday to discuss "Tips for office holiday parties."   

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