News at Rider 150th May 7, 2013

Rider Announces Honorary Degree Recipients for Commencement 2013

John H. Martinson, Dr. George A. Pruitt and Paul Plishka will receive honorary degrees at Commencement.

From left, John H. Martinson, Dr. George A. Pruitt and Paul Plishka will receive honorary degrees at Commencement 2013.

From left, John H. Martinson, Dr. George A. Pruitt and Paul Plishka will receive honorary degrees at Commencement 2013.


Men’s and Women’s Track & Field are MAAC Champions

Wilvenson Baptiste '14 was named Most Outstanding Track Performer, while Bob Hamer was voted Men’s and Women’s MAAC Coach of the Year.

Wilvenson Baptiste '14 was named Most Outstanding Track Performer following the MAAC Championships on May 5.

Wilvenson Baptiste '14 was named Most Outstanding Track Performer following the MAAC Championships on May 5.



Green is in Bloom on Earth Day

A year-round practice at the University, sustainability was the focus of Rider’s Earth Day celebration on April 22.

Students from the Sustainability Studies program quizzed Earth Day visitors about the most important elements of sustainability.

Students from the Sustainability Studies program quizzed Earth Day visitors about the most important elements of sustainability.


Spring 2013 Issue of Rider Magazine

We reflect on the School of Education’s 100th anniversary, celebrating past and present. You’ll also meet noted entrepreneur Norm Brodsky ’64 and up-and-coming biologist Tara LeGates ’07, and learn more about Reunions 2013.

FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

Rider Economics Professors Awarded $250,000 to Study the Effects of Hunger Among U.S. Children

The grant is part of the Research Program on Childhood Hunger sponsored by the University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research.

Dr. Hope Corman (left) and Dr. Kelly Noonan, both professors of Economics at Rider.

Dr. Hope Corman (left) and Dr. Kelly Noonan, both professors of Economics at Rider.

 


STUDENT PROFILE

Rider’s Renaissance Man

Baseball player and Behavioral Neuroscience major Jerry Mulderig ’14 is compiling impressive numbers on the field and in the classroom. Soon, he may have to choose between professional ball and medical school.

Jerry Mulderig '14, the Broncs' steadiest slugger, also has an eye on medical school.

Jerry Mulderig '14, the Broncs' steadiest slugger, also has an eye on medical school.


MORE HEADLINES

Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Scholarship on May 8

Kappa Delta Pi Initiates Newest Members

Lambda Pi Eta Welcomes Top Communication Students

M.Acc. Candidates Khan and Cupo Show the Rider Way


CAMPUS EVENTS

May 16 – Graduate and College of Continuing Studies Commencement

May 17 – 148th Undergraduate Commencement

May 17 – 84th Westminster Choir College Commencement

May 16 and 17 – Westminster Choir College Reunions

June 8 – Lawrenceville Reunions 2013

 

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