Professional Development

Mon
13
Aug

Fall 2012 Courses Available for Law Professionals

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The Institute for Professional Education is a partnership of the Rutgers Schools of Law Newark | Camden offer high-quality, cutting-edge educational programs to members of the professional community. This fall legal professionals can expect some top notch courses including ETHICS-fest: Analyzing Common Ethical Dilemmas, Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation's Top Advocates, and Business Divorce: The Privately Held Business and Shareholder Relations.

Registration is occurring now. Visit the IPE website to learn more.

Mon
13
Aug

Executive Education is now offering new courses in leadership, management, supervision, business acumen, and managing change for 2012-2013.

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Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business – Camden Open Enrollment Programs offer first-class executive education in a concise time frame. Participants are able to translate what they have learned into action as soon as they return to their organizations. Our programs provide comprehensive, interactive instruction on a wide range of in-demand topics. This fall we are offering new courses including Maximizing Your Leadership DNA, Surviving and Thriving in a Changing Environment, Business Acumen for Leaders, Managers: Understanding the Big Picture, and Would You Want to Work for You? The Formula for Great Management, among others.

Learn more about Executive Education’s new courses.

Mon
13
Aug

CMD Offers Project Management

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In October 2012, Rutgers Center for Management Development will be offering a 3-day Project Management program. From project initiation, planning and execution to managing, controlling and closing projects, you will leave this program with a thorough understanding of how to make your projects successful.  The program will be offered in New Brunswick in mid-October and Camden in December.  For more information contact Margaret O’Donnell at margodon@cmd.rutgers.edu

Mon
13
Aug

U.S. Veteran Trains for Fulfilling Sports Turf Management Career at Rutgers

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The seeds of Eric Harshman’s second career took root during his 12-year enlistment in the Indiana Air National Guard. That’s when he began helping out at his in-laws’ golf course, and discovered a passion for turf.

“I fell in love with it, working outdoors with my hands,” recalled the former aircraft armament technician.

He did three tours of duty in the Middle East, loading aircraft with 5,000-pound bombs and fixing fighter jet weapon systems. Standing on a roof at his base in Qatar, he could see for miles – and there was no green.

When Harshman’s tours ended, his commanding officers granted him time to attend Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School in the fall of 2007.

Read more at Continuing Editorial, the DoCS Alumni Newsletter.

Thu
21
Jun

Free Online Courses Offered in Jewish Studies

The Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life at Rutgers offers free online mini-courses for anyone interested in learning about the Bible, Israel, or Jewish history and culture.

The courses can be accessed through the Bildner Center’s website. They are taught by Jewish studies faculty and are accessible over the internet from any location. The courses include video streams, slide shows, charts, maps, links to websites, and a discussion board.

The courses appeal to learners of all ages, from high school students to retirees. To date, these courses have been taken by people in more than 47 countries and 41 states across the U.S., who are interested in expanding their knowledge of Jewish history and culture. 

Wed
20
Jun

Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business-Camden Introduces New Portfolio

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Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business—Camden has added several new continuing education courses focusing on leadership and management skills for supervisors and executives for the 2012 to 2013 academic year.

Maximizing Your Leadership DNA is an intensive 3-day leadership training program that begins with a leadership kick-off dinner to allow senior leaders, key decision makers, business owners, and other executive-level individuals to interact in a casual setting. The coursefocuses onself-awareness exploration, application and practice situations, and case examples to help participants master the competencies of effective executive leadership. It will help participants to look at the big picture, build strong teams, and maintain effective communications while maintaining the agility and poise of the world’s most successful leaders. 

Wed
02
May

Rutgers EPH Program Boosts a Soldier’s Military Career

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In her second deployment to Iraq in 2011, Lyndhurst native Aysu Cesmebasi ran a dining hall that fed 12,000 Army and Air Force personnel twice a day, as the U.S. prepared to shut Joint Base Balad, its largest in that war-torn country.

The local contractor handling meals at the base had been let go, so Cesmebasi, a food advisor, oversaw a staff of 75 soldiers and airmen, ensuring they adhered to sanitary regulations.

“My biggest concern was safety,” recalled Cesmebasi, a 2008 graduate of the Environment and Public Health (EPH) course run by Rutgers' Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE). “I could not have a food-borne illness outbreak since it could impair our mission at a critical time.”

Wed
02
May

From Unemployment to “Next Chapter” Careers, Professionals Benefit from CMD Programs

What do an intern with the New York Jets, a newly established marketing consultant, and an analytical product manager for a journal publishing company have in common? For one thing, they all were recently unemployed. Second, they credit their participation in Rutgers' Center for Management Development (CMD) certificate programs – paid for by New Jersey workforce development funding – for helping them augment their skills sets and successfully launch the next chapters in their careers.

Wed
29
Feb

Educators: Study Collaboration and Dynamic Mathematics this Fall

Would you like to learn dynamic mathematics software? Promote student collaboration and problem solving? Take an online course?

If you answered “yes” to the above questions, then the Rutgers-Newark Department of Urban Education’s Collaboration and Dynamic Mathematics in Middle and High Schools course is right for you. This three-credit, online graduate class is being offered for the Fall 2012 semester.

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