College of Business Administration June 13, 2013

June 13, 2013

Message from the Dean


Our last newsletter went out at the conclusion of the fall 2012 semester. We used the opportunity to provide updates on our vision (Vision 2020) and strategic plan. As you’ll see from all the information packed into this newsletter, we have made considerable progress.


Today, I am highlighting co-ops and internships, which is a key aspect of Vision 2020 and our strategic plan. The College of Business Administration has made it a top priority to provide even more practical experiences for our students. We will do this several ways, including connecting with alumni and friends who are able to provide co-ops and internships. 

If you would like to help, please contact Anne Mandel, Associate Director of Career Services, at [email protected] or Stacy Parrado, Assistant Dean, at [email protected]. Our students are talented, well-trained, and eager to make a contribution. It’s an opportunity to help your organization, as well as help shape the careers of our students.


On behalf of our students, faculty, and staff, I thank you in advance for your support and send my best wishes for a happy and healthy summer season.


Steve Lorenzet, Ph.D.

Catch Up with CBA

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.

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

The College of Business Administration presented its second annual Rider Way Academic and Personal Achievement Awards to Iram Khan ’12, M.Acc. ’13, and Stefanie Cupo ’12, M.Acc. ’13.

John Farrell, Stefanie Cupo '12, MAcc '13, Iram Khan '12, MAcc '13, and Jean Cherney, academic coordinator for Grad. Business.


A Second Opinion

By heeding her father’s advice, Dr. Jia Shen learned she could align her interest in human behavior with a career in computing.

Dr. Jia Shen hosted an English-language radio show during her undergraduate days at Beijing University of Technology.


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.



CBA Team Named Finalist in CFA Investment Challenge

For the second year in a row, a team of undergraduate and graduate students advanced to the finals of the Chartered Financial Analyst Investment Challenge.

(left to right) Tatiana Cepkova, Gregory Coats and Twisha Maskey


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