News at Rider March 28, 2013

Young Rider Alumni Share Their Outcomes of a Rider Education

At Rider, dozens of recent graduates are explaining exactly how they benefited from their education at the University through a new microsite, Outcomes of a Rider Education.

Michael Dill '09, a finance and accounting graduate, is one of many young Rider alumni who share their success stories.

Michael Dill '09, a finance and accounting graduate, is one of many young Rider alumni who share their success stories.


Newark Mayor Cory Booker Connects with Rider Students

The mayor of New Jersey’s largest city delivered an emotional appeal to students to be part of a “conspiracy of love” when he spoke at Rider on March 12.

“You have to courageously pursue your dreams,” Newark Mayor Cory Booker told students on March 12.

“You have to courageously pursue your dreams,” Newark Mayor Cory Booker told students on March 12.


Rider Partners to Grow STEM Teaching Force

Rider’s project will create an innovative teacher preparation program that immerses candidates in an urban-rim elementary classroom for a full year, where they learn directly from children, classroom teachers, and Rider professors.

The 100kIn10 partnership aims to produce high-quality teachers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.

The 100kIn10 partnership aims to produce high-quality teachers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.


Head of the Class

As Rider’s School of Education celebrates its 100th anniversary, four of its faculty members who also earned their degrees at Rider reflect on their time in Lawrenceville.

From left, David Pierfy, Karen Gischlar, Jean Warner and Michael Curran all earned degrees from the School of Education.

From left, David Pierfy, Karen Gischlar, Jean Warner and Michael Curran all earned degrees from the School of Education.

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

Matthew Brady Finds Balance in Music and the Military

Iraq War Veteran and Westminster Choir member aims for a career in education.

Matthew Brady, graduate student and Westminster Choir member, joined the Army Reserves after 9/11.

Matthew Brady, graduate student and Westminster Choir member, joined the Army Reserves after 9/11.

 


FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

Anne Law Named an American Council on Education Fellow

The chair of Rider’s Psychology department, an expert in the cultural and social context of human development, is also an active participant in faculty development projects on campus.

Newly announced ACE Fellow Dr. Anne Law is also the author of the book, "Questions of Gender: Perspectives and Paradoxes."

Newly announced ACE Fellow Dr. Anne Law is also the author of the book, "Questions of Gender: Perspectives and Paradoxes."


MORE HEADLINES

Rider Alumni Back Student’s Ascent to State Cyber Corps Challenge Finals

Rider’s Online MAcc Program Prepares Working Professionals for CPA Licensure and More

Rider Helps Employers Hire Our Heroes

John Lenox Joins Rider as New AVP for University Communications and Marketing


CAMPUS EVENTS

March 28 to 30 – Westminster Symphonic Choir: Bach’s St. Matthew Passion

April 3 - An Evening With Congressman Frank Pallone Jr.

April 4 to 7 – Rider Theatre Presents Crumble

April 6 to 7 - Rider Relay for Life

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