|Stillman Startup Gets "Cool" Honor|
Stillman senior Taseen Peterson's company, Notefuly, is named to Inc. magazine's Coolest College Startups 2014 list.
|Vote for Stillman Startup!|
Stillman senior Taseen Peterson's startup, Notefuly, competes in Inc. magazine online competition.
|How to Build a Business Website|
Live webinar. Students, faculty and alumni who attend the webinar in person, waive the $75 fee - Tuesday, March 25.
|Career Info and Networking Event|
Entrepreneurial Studies & NJ Turnaround Management Association sponsor "Tips to Launch & Advance Your Career" - March 18
|Leading Global MBA Competition|
Stillman School students compete in the Aspen Institute’s Business & Society International MBA Case Competition.
|Stillman Senior Is Startup Champion|
Stillman School senior Taseen Peterson and his team take first place in the SXSW Student Startup Madness Contest.
|Sexual Preference Should Not Be a Factor|
89 percent say sexual preference should not be considered in offering a contract to a player.
|Capital Markets Colloquium - 2/26|
Mix with industry practitioners and discover just how broad and complicated the capital markets industry has become. Register now to attend the colloquium.
|Panelists Provide Career Tips|
Get advice on things you should know before beginning your career - Wednesday, Feb. 26.
|What you Wish You knew|
Panel Discussion On “What you Wish You knew at the beginning of your Career"
|CEO of IB to Speak at Stillman|
President & CEO of Investors Bank to Speak at Stillman's Spring Integrity & Professionalism Convocation
|Seton Hall Sports Poll: Olympics|
Poll finds 91% plan to watch Olympics "the old fashioned way"; Online and mobile options still hover in single digits
|Doing Business in Panama|
MBA student Miguel Romao shares how study abroad helped him better understand Panama and its role in Latin America.
|Reimagine Irvington Avenue|
Stillman School's Market Research Center helps envision Irvington Avenue's future.
|Student Startup Madness|
Stillman School senior is one of “entrepreneurial eight” to compete in national tournament.
|Pirate Dancers Fighting Cancer|
PirateThon is Seton Hall’s 2nd annual 12 hour dance marathon that includes food, entertainment, games, and cool prizes!
|Enter Pirates Pitch Competition|
Got a great business idea? Enter Pirates Pitch, the annual venture fund competition, and compete for $10,000 in prizes!
|Vote for Student NY Fed Video|
Help Shamir Goicochea win New York Federal Reserve Bank Savvy Credit Video Festival contest.
|Stillman Scholarship Competitions|
The Stillman School announces several scholarship opportunities for current business students.
|Business Students Win Scholarships|
Business students Dawn Jaeckel and Shamir Goicochea receive scholarships from Containerization & Intermodal Institute.
|Sports Bullying Widespread|
In a Seton Hall Sports Poll, 53% said bullying is a widespread problem, very few felt isolated to the Dolphins.
|The Affordable Care Act Symposium|
Join us on Thursday, Nov. 21 at 6:15 p.m. Panelists discuss the Affordable Care Act from four unique perspectives.
|Stillman Students Work to Revitalize South Orange|
The Stillman School of Business's Market Research Department is working alongside the township of South Orange to revitalize Irvington Avenue and the surrounding area.
|Length of Baseball Games Troubling|
Seton Hall Sports Poll finds current fans of baseball are more troubled by length of games than steroid issues.
|Business Undergrad to Grad in 5 Years!|
Learn more about how to obtain an undergraduate and graduate degree in 5 years from the Stillman School of Business!
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