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Company Overview of Rider University
Rider University is an educational institution that offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the field of business, science, and humanities. The schools and colleges of the university include College of Business Administration, School of Liberal Arts and Science, College of Education, College of Continuing Studies, and Westminster Choir College. Rider University was founded in 1865 and is based in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. The university has endowment assets of $65 million.
2083 Lawrenceville Road
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Founded in 1865
Key Executives for Rider University
Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
Director of Rider Institute for New Jersey Politics
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Rider University Key Developments
Rider University's Faculty Union Agrees to Two-Year Wage Freeze and Other Concessions
Nov 14 15
Rider University's faculty union has agreed to a two-year wage freeze and other concessions that will spare the college from slashing more than a dozen majors and laying off professors. The private university announced the agreement, two weeks after new President Gregory Dell'Omo told the school's 3,712 undergraduate students he planned to cut 13 majors, which would have forced 123 freshmen and sophomores to transfer or change majors. The wage freeze alone will cover the more than $2 million that Rider would have saved through the budget cuts. The university will also extend its early retirement incentives to more full-time faculty members and have more flexibility in replacing them with adjunct professors. In exchange, the union saves the jobs of 14 full-time faculty members and an undetermined number of adjunct positions that would have been eliminated.
Rider University Announces Job Cuts
Oct 30 15
Rider University announced to cut 20 jobs and eliminating more than a dozen academic majors to help close a budget gap. The layoffs are expected to save $2 million. The jobs being eliminated include 14 full-time faculty positions. Thirteen majors, including philosophy, piano, art history and French, will be cut in 2015.
Rider University Announces Retirement of Mordechai Rozanski as President, Effective July 31, 2015
Jan 29 14
Rider University announced that its President Mordechai Rozanski plans to retire, effective July 31, 2015. In a letter to the University community, Rozanski said he originally intended to retire at the end of his second five-year-term in 2013, but was persuaded by the Board of Trustees to extend his term by two years to coincide with the University's 150th anniversary, which takes place in 2015.
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