News at Rider 150th April 17, 2013

Rider, MCCC, Sign Dual-Admission Agreement for Global Supply Chain Majors

Rider and Mercer County Community College have agreed to create a dual-admission partnership between MCCC’s Business Administration Program and the B.S. in Business Administration with a major in Global Supply Chain Management at Rider.

Rider President Mordechai Rozanski and MCCC President Patricia Donohue sign the agreement on April 10.

Rider President Mordechai Rozanski and MCCC President Patricia Donohue sign the agreement on April 10.


Rider’s Relay For Life Raises More than $50,000 to Fight Cancer

The early numbers are in, and Rider University’s annual Relay for Life was once again a rousing success. Fifty-six teams of more than 715 participants turned out to raise more than $50,000 for cancer research on Saturday, April 6, on Rider’s Lawrenceville campus.

Rider's Relay for Life is annually the biggest student-run event of the year on the Lawrenceville campus.

Rider's Relay for Life is annually the biggest student-run event of the year on the Lawrenceville campus.


Rider Cheerleaders Win National Competition

Rider University Cheerleaders named Grand Champions at the American Cheer and Dance Reach the Beach All Star & College National Championship for the second year in a row.

The Broncs earned their title over squads from Penn State-Altoona, Cornell, Princeton, SUNY-Brockport and York College.

The Broncs earned their title over squads from Penn State-Altoona, Cornell, Princeton, SUNY-Brockport and York College.


Rider Featured in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges for 2013

Rider University is one of the 322 most environmentally responsible institutions of higher education in the United States and Canada, according to The Princeton Review, which included the University in its annual guide to green colleges.

Rider has again earned acclaim as one of The Princeton Review's 322 Green Colleges.

Rider has again earned acclaim as one of The Princeton Review's 322 Green Colleges.

STUDENT PROFILE

An Award-Winning Screening

For Radio and Television major Travis Hastings ’13, the most important kind of screening has nothing to do with a new film production. It is one for cancer.

Travis Hastings '13 has already earned considerable experience behind the camera at Rider.

Travis Hastings '13 has already earned considerable experience behind the camera at Rider.

 


FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

Heather Casey to Co-Chair the International Reading Association Adolescent Literacy Institute in San Antonio

Dr. Heather Casey, associate professor of Literacy Education, will co-chair the International Reading Association’s Adolescent Literacy Institute on April 18 in San Antonio.

Dr. Heather Casey, associate professor of Literacy Education

Dr. Heather Casey, associate professor of Literacy Education


MORE HEADLINES

Rider’s National Broadcasting Society Chapter 'Takes Five' at Annual Convention

The Rider News Earns 11 N.J. Collegiate Press Association Awards

Westminster Student Takes Music Education Behind Bars and Abroad

Rider to Host the IRS Adrian Project for Students

United Way of Greater Mercer County Campaign

Job Leads Spring from Career Fair


CAMPUS EVENTS

April 21 -- CDLS Team Leadership Challenge

April 22 -- Earth Day Celebration

April 24-28 -- Rider Musical Theatre: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

April 30 -- University Day

 

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