General meeting: Time management

General meeting: Time management

Today in PBL we discussed the importance of time management, especially since we are all busy college students. Many people struggle with balancing their study time and leisure time, which unfortunately leads to procrastination. However, people can get around this by waking up earlier so they feel fresh and have more hours in the day. For late risers, a better method would be to imagine how happy they would be if they did well on an exam and use that motivation to avoid too much last minute cramming. Lastly, in terms of sleep, one should be well rested during exam week and to take naps sporadically during late night studying because it helps with information retention.

Productivity – HABITS DETERMINE SUCCESS: – View Presentation Here!

National Fall Leadership Conference 2016

National Fall Leadership Conference 2016

National Fall Leadership Conference

Rutgers PBL invites you to join us in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the FBLA-PBL
National Fall Leadership Conference. You should expect a conference
experience fully equipped with dynamic keynote speakers, exciting
workshops designed to hone your leadership skills, and the opportunity
to network with students all across the East Coast.

For those of you who are interested in attending the National Fall Leadership Conference (NFLC), please print and fill out this Travel Waiver AND the Code of Conduct form and bring them to the next meeting. Remember, you have to be a dues paying member to attend this event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from November 4th – November 6th. You can pay your dues ($35) at the same time as you hand in these forms to make the process easier. If you have any questions, feel free to message me here on FB or text me at (732)895-2408. (If the message is going through to iMessage for whatever reason, I won’t get them so make sure its a text.)
Availability on a first come, first serve basis

Contact Information:
Gurleen Gill: (732)895-2408
[email protected]

All members who wish to participate in NFLC must pay dues as well as complete the following forms and hand them in to Gurleen Gill.

PBL Code of Conduct
NFLC 2015 Travel Waiver

NFLC 2015

NFLC 2015

National Fall Leadership Conference
Friday November 20th- Sunday 22nd Baltimore, MD
Rutgers PBL invites you to join us in Baltimore, MD for the FBLA-PBL
National Fall Leadership Conference. You should expect a conference
experience fully equipped with dynamic keynote speakers, exciting
workshops designed to hone your leadership skills, and the opportunity
to network with students all across the East Coast.
What can you expect Rutgers PBL to fund?
• Three day two night stay at the Baltimore Hilton
• Transportation (via car) to and from Baltimore
• Conference Registration costs
What can you expect to pay for on the trip?
• Food
• Personal Expenses
What do you need to attend the conference?
• Completed online trip waiver
• Signed Conference Code of Conduct
• Should be a dues paying member
First day to begin handing in forms: 9/29, deadline: 10/15
Availability on a first come, first serve basis

Contact Information:
Varsha Kurup: 973-405-3680
[email protected]

All members who wish to participate in NFLC must pay dues as well as complete the following forms and hand them in to Varsha Kurup.

PBL Code of Conduct
NFLC 2015 Travel Waiver

NLC 2015

NLC 2015

On Wednesday, June 24 to Friday, June 27 Rutgers Phi Beta Lambda participated in the National PBL Leadership Conference held in Chicago, Illinois. PBL members competed against several universities across the United States, and received a total of 18 national awards and honors. Students were eligible to compete in the National Conference based on placing 1st, 2nd, or 3rd at the NJ PBL State Leadership Conference held this past March. Rutgers Phi Beta Lambda members received national awards in competitive events ranging from Impromptu Speaking and Business Sustainability to even technical events such as Information Management and Computer Concepts. Montu Patel, a sophomore at RBS majoring in BAIT said, “NLC 2015 was a great experience for me because I learned a lot of valuable skills through competitions, and had a fun time with friends new and old.” Another attendee, Sahithi Talagadadeevi, a junior majoring in Finance stated, “My favorite part of the conference was getting to network with students from all across the nation. It was a great opportunity to represent Rutgers University on the national stage”. The National Conference allowed both recent graduates of Rutgers University and current students to display their business and leadership aptitude outside the classroom. Students of all class years and majors are welcome to join Rutgers PBL for the upcoming school year.

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Kevin Malar<br><h4>President</h4>

Kevin Malar

President

Major: Supply Chain Management/Masters of Supply Chain Analytics
Graduation Year: 2020/2021
Email: [email protected]

Kevin has been a member of FBLA/PBL since his sophomore year of high school. As president of Rutgers PBL, Kevin hopes to provide value to the general members and to increase attendance at meetings. In his free time, he watches VEEP and plays bass guitar.

Sunny Feng<br><h4>Internal Vice President</h4>

Sunny Feng

Internal Vice President

Major: Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2020
Email: [email protected]

Sunny has been involved with FBLA-PBL for the past three years and is excited for what she can do in the Vice President Internal position. She hopes to expand the size of the club and create new engaging events for the community. Outside of PBL, she is the President of the club Women in Computer Science (WiCS) and she will be interning at Google over the summer. She loves to hike and read in her free time.

Janine Shieh<br><h4> External Vice President</h4>

Janine Shieh

External Vice President

Major: Finance and Mathematics
Graduation Year: 2022
Email: [email protected]

Janine has been involved with the FBLA-PBL organization since her freshman year of high school. Previously, she served as the Event Coordinator, leading the PR and Events Committee. This year as VPE, she hopes to expand the outreach of Rutgers PBL, while creating a warm community that lifts each other up. Janine’s goal for this year is to bring more members from all majors to PBL and to grow the PR and Events Committee’s potential. Outside of Rutgers PBL, Janine serves as the State Membership Director of NJ PBL and is an active member of the Quantitative Finance Club and LIBOR.

Paul Casperson<br><h4>Secretary and Co-Historian</h4>

Paul Casperson

Secretary and Co-Historian

Major: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2022
Email: [email protected]

Paul is currently a sophomore, serving as the Secretary of FBLA-PBL. After belonging to Rutgers FBLA-PBL during his freshman year, he wanted to become more involved with the club because of its mission to develop students’ leadership skills and professional etiquette, all the while providing an abundance of resources to do so. He is looking forward to a productive and fun year, hoping to help FBLA-PBL reach new heights and expand as a club. In his free time, Paul enjoys watching movies, playing video games, and writing.