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Approximately 20 current students, corporate sponsors, and alumni from SMLR’s Global Executive Master’s Program in Human Resource Leadership (GEMHRL) gathered at the Benjamin Hotel in New York on April 20 to discuss trends in executive compensation and human resource (HR) transformation. Charles Tharp, Ph.D., chief executive officer at the Charles Tharp, an expert in executive compensation and guest speaker, greets Professor Dick Beatty, executive director of GEMHRL.Michael Chivers '06, a guest speaker and alumni of the Rutgers-Bocconi EMHRL program, greets Professor Dick... read more

Congratulations to the Class of 2012! Approximately 310 SMLR students and 2,500 guests gathered in the Louis Brown Athletic Center on May 12, 2012 to celebrate the school’s 9th annual Convocation. Dean Susan J. Schurman, the presiding officer, and SMLR’s faculty proudly acknowledged the hard work of students within the school’s undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in human resource management (HRM) and labor studies and employment relations (LSER). “I want to thank all of your family members for the love and support you have given our students... read more

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RUTGERS ANNOUNCES FIRST RECIPIENTS OF PAMELA SUE SCHMIDT AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey announced that Mario Tano, a resident of West New York, and Norman Wright, a New Brunswick resident, are named the first recipients of the Pamela Sue Schmidt Award for Outstanding Service to the Community. Tano and Wright, who just completed their junior year at SMLR, will receive $2,000 credited towards their fall 2012 semester tuition. The... read more

SMLR students were recently honored as academic scholars during Rutgers University’s 2012 Academic Excellence Award and Phi Beta Kappa ceremonies. Ten SMLR sophomores received the University’s Academic Excellence Award at an honorary event held at the College Avenue Gym on April 22. The scholars were recognized for being among the top 10% of sophomores from all schools at Rutgers’ New Brunswick/Piscataway location. Award recipients were chosen based on their grade point average. Barry Qualls, Rutgers University vice president for undergraduate education,... read more

Beneath one of the many white tents residing outdoors at Voorhees Mall during the annual Tent State University, approximately 40 undergraduate students explored fundraising strategies in Professor Janice Fine’s course, “Organizing For Social Change.” The class gathered within the event’s makeshift town hall on April 18, 2012 to listen as Professor Fine and Marjorie Fine, veteran fundraiser and principal consultant and trainer at The Linchpin Campaign, lead the training session. Students in Professor Janice Fine's (farthest left) class, "Organizing for Social Change... read more