College of Business Administration June 28, 2012

June 28, 2012

Message from the Dean

It is amazing that eight years have passed since I became Dean of the College of Business Administration. Together, we have accomplished so much, including: completing two successful AACSB International maintenance of accreditation reviews for both business and accounting, establishing five Centers for Excellence, building two solid international partnerships, launching highly relevant new programs and revising all of our curricula.

We have affirmed our reputation as a terrific College of Business Administration that provides a quality education to many students from around the world, in many areas of study, and have continually raised the bar of excellence. This has been done as a team and I am grateful to all of my colleagues both within the CBA and from around the University as well as to the members of the various advisory boards with whom I have had the opportunity to work.

Going forward, I am delighted to be able to devote more time and effort to EXCEED (Rider's Executive Center for Education and Development). EXCEED offers customized consulting services and executive education for businesses and government organizations throughout the region (

Larry M. Newman, Ph.D.

Catch Up with CBA

CBA Maintains Prestigious AACSB Business, Accounting Accreditation

The College of Business Administration at Rider University has maintained its business and accounting accreditation by AACSB International — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Sweigart Hall houses Rider's College of Business Administration.

Rider Team Competes in Supply Chain Competition

This was the University’s first year to participate in the competition where teams were charged to analyze and give a solution involving the energy and economic crisis in Pakistan.

A team of Rider University business students competed in the Supply Chain Management Case Competition in March.

A Warm Welcome

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.

Student Spotlight

Finding His Place

Through hard work and determination, Puneet Joshi ’12 of Chandigarh, India, finds his American dream.

Scholarship assistance was vital to Puneet Joshi '12 reaching his goals.


Inaugural Rider Way Awards

Graduate Student, Professor Receive Inaugural Rider Way Awards

Michael Rosati ’10, M.B.A. ’12, and Dr. David Suk, associate professor of Finance, are recipients of the Rider Way Academic and Personal Achievement Award for Graduate Business Students and Faculty.

From left to right, Paul Benchener, John Farrell, Dr. David Suk, Heather McMichael and Dr. Larry Newman


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