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2010-2011 Student/Alumni Networking Programs

Throughout the year, alumni participated in five on-campus discussion panels, a speed-dating style networking event, and this past March alumni and students attended a very special evening hosted by JPMorgan Chase.  In addition, alumni have met with students in smaller groups (2-5) for lunch and office tours.

3rd Wednesday Program – Each academic year, the Dean’s Council for Student Engagement hosts 3rd Wednesday panel discussions covering topics such as:

  • Nailing the Interview
  • Navigating Organizational Politics
  • Networking and Social Media
  • Things to remember Your First Year on the Job
  • Personal Finance: Now and Later
  • Women and Work


Speed Networking Program, November 11 -
Business professionals, many of whom were alumni, participated in this innovative program for juniors and seniors in TCNJ’s Loser Hall. Students who rotated among the tables had an opportunity to network with a wide range of professionals.


JP Morgan Finance Forum, March 23 - Twenty-six alumni and 97 students attended the panel discussion and reception hosted by Guy Chiarello ’81, CIO JPMorgan Chase. Panelists included Stephen Berenson, Vice Chairman of Investment Banking at JPM; Tejal Joshi ’01, VP Lehman Holdings; Mike Movsovich ’86, Partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP; and moderator Paul Sullivan ’85, Managing Director at Merrill Lynch.


NYSE Tour, April 25- Tom Sabroe ’88, VP Finance for Broadridge Financial Soultions, Inc., invited business students for a personal tour of the floor of the exchange, where they watched the opening bell and met with a market maker from Bank of America. This was followed by breakfast and a brief session on careers and opportunities in the financial services industry.

Tom Sabroe '88, with students at NYSE

The School of Business, Then & Now

In the summer of 1981, Trenton State College formally established the School of Business. Join us as we celebrate 30 years of responsible business education.Continue Reading

Travelling in China

During the summer of 2011, twelve TCNJ students toured Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Suzhou China as part of “Doing Business in China” with Dr. Qin Shao (history) and Dr. Linghui Tang (finance & international business.)Continue Reading

Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience

Two business students participated in TCNJ’s 8 week residential MUSE program.  Lauren Rittenbach researched The Consequences of TANF time limits for NJ’s poor: Evidence from Service Providers with Dr. Naples and Sunita Prasad Yadavalli explored BRIC Countries and Their Impact on World Economy with Dr. Samanta.

Commencement – May 13, 2011

Congratulations to the class of 2011! On May 13th we celebrated the graduation of 317 business students. We wish you continuing success and look forward to staying in touch with all School of Business alumni.Continue Reading

2011 Celebration of Student Achievement

On April 27th, over 70 business students exhibited their research & scholarship in this campus-wide showcase. The following photos are just a sampling of School of Business presentations.Continue Reading

Spring 2011 NYSE Tour

In April, Tom Sabroe ’88, VP Finance for Broadridge Financial Soultions, Inc., invited business students for a personal tour of the floor of the exchange.Continue Reading

Guest Speakers in Spring 2011 ACC 498 Capstone with Dr. Nigrini

To enhance student engagement, Professor Nigrini invites guest speakers from the campus community to discuss case studies from their professional experience.Continue Reading

Guy Chiarello ’81 to speak at academic awards brunch

Guy Chiarello ’81, a member of the Trenton State College baseball team from 1977-1981, will be the guest speaker at The College of New Jersey’s 24th Annual Department of Athletics Academic Honors Brunch.Continue Reading

Dean’s Alumni Networking Night

Dean Keep, several faculty, and staff from the School of Business – as well as colleagues from the Career Center and Development Office – met with over 50 alumni from New York City at The Volstead, on 54th St. by Park Ave. Continue Reading

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