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February 15, 2012

February 15, 2012

Lorenzet Named Dean of the College of Business Administration

Dr. Steven Lorenzet will succeed Dr. Larry Newman, who is pursuing new challenges after serving eight years as dean.

Dr. Steven Lorenzet will become the dean of Rider's College of Business Administration on July 1.

Students Get a Dose of Medical Experience

During the Rider Hospital Intern Program, students shadow physicians, nurses and paramedics at various Capital Health locations, including the new Capital Health Medical Center-Hopewell.

Joyce Suarez ’13 (far left) participates in the Rider Hospital Intern Program at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell.

Rider Celebrates Black History Month

In recognition of Black History Month, several Rider University organizations are presenting a series of events on the Lawrenceville and Princeton campuses during the month of February to celebrate African-American heritage and history in the United States.

Musical act Follow the Drinking Gourd, featuring Westminster alumna Shannon Hunt M.M. ’06 (right), will perform on February 26.

Keeping the Power Grid Secured

As a cybersecurity specialist for the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, Nick Santora, ’08, M.B.A. ’11, helps regulate the electric industry.

Nick Santora ’08, M.B.A. ’11, is a cybersecurity expert.

A Practical Application

Dr. Tracey Garrett, associate professor of Teacher Education, unveiled Classroom Management Essentials, an interactive application for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch available through the Apple Store on February 10. Designed for educators of all levels, the app is a self-guided, interactive professional development tool that presents an effective model of classroom management.

Dr. Tracey Garrett's Classroom Management Essentials is now available at the Apple Store.


A Good Helping of Praise

Two Radio and Television students place second in national video competition.

Tiffany Ervin ’13 and Teresa Trotta ’13


Rosenthal’s ‘Journeys and Topologies’ on Exhibit at Bowery Gallery through February 25

'R' You the Best?

Shadows Earn Shades of Experience

Early Lab Experience Gives Science Majors Competitive Edge

Broncs Will Bask in the ESPN2 Spotlight on February 24


‘Painting Place’: An Exhibition of Paintings by Lynette Lombard, through February 26

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream,’ February 17 to 19

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