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  • A TCNJ business education provides an intellectually challenging and maturing experience that prepares students for their future careers as responsible members of the broader social community.

  • TCNJ business students are encouraged to step outside the classroom for hands-on experiences such as internships, study abroad, and student competitions – while getting involved with one of 16 business clubs, fraternities, and honor societies.

  • Along with learning about spreadsheets and marketing plans, our students take courses that recognize global challenges and the importance of civic responsibility.

  • At our alumni Homecoming tent, students connect with business alumni in an informal setting – a complement to numerous networking, mentoring and recruiting programs.

  • Members of the Student Investment Fund manage a portfolio valued in excess of $240,000. The fund was initially created by a gift from a faculty member and contributions from alumni.

  • Alumni mentors provide exciting off-campus experiences like the bi-annual tour of the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Over 125 students, faculty and alumni practitioners attended the 3rd annual TCNJ Finance Forum at the JPMorgan Chase World Headquarters in New York City in March, 2013.

News & Events

Alumni Chapter Golf Outing presented by WithumSmith+Brown, 10/1

Alumni Chapter Golf Outing presented by WithumSmith+Brown, 10/1

All TCNJ alumni and guests are welcome at the 4th Annual School of Business Alumni Chapter Golf Outing presented by WithumSmith+Brown, at the Hopewell Valley Golf Club. There are also a limited number of student discounted registrations available — e-mail Patty Karlowitsch at karlowit@tcnj.edu for more information.

Screening & Discussion: “To Catch a Trader,” 10/22, 2pm, Library Auditorium

Screening & Discussion: “To Catch a Trader,” 10/22, 2pm, Library Auditorium

PBS FRONTLINE documentary focuses on Steven A. Cohen and his hedge fund, who have been prosecuted for running a vast network that trades on “inside information”–information not available to the general trading public that gives insiders a financial advantage in executing trades. Sponsored by the School of Business & the Cultural and Intellectual Community Program Council.

The Business of Research at RCA, 10/29

The Business of Research at RCA, 10/29

Wednesday, October 29, at 5:00 p.m. in Roscoe West Hall, Room 201. Dr. Margaret B.W. Graham, PhD, Associate Professor of Strategy and Organization, Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, will present The Business of Research at RCA: A 21st-Century Reflection on Industrial R&D in the Age of Big Science. Co-sponsored by the Sarnoff Collection and the School of Business Center for Innovation and Ethics.

2014 Women’s Leadership Summit, Nov. 5

2014 Women’s Leadership Summit, Nov. 5

Our 4th annual conference will focus on the “Playbook for Today’s Professional Women.” Registration for the half-day session begins at 8am and includes breakfast and lunch. There is also a free session, exclusively for TCNJ students. Read about the conference with keynote speaker Selena Rezvani and additional speakers here.

2014 Distinguished Speaker: Dr. Alan Blinder, 11/12/14

2014 Distinguished Speaker: Dr. Alan Blinder, 11/12/14

Dr. Blinder will discuss “The Backlash: How Good Policy Became Bad Politics” on Nov. 12, at 4pm, in Kendall Hall. Currently the Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, Dr. Blinder previously served as a member of President Clinton’s original Council of Economic Advisers and vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

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