May 2020
Vol. VI Issue 4
Dean's Message
Welcome to the latest edition of the Rohrer Review .
Within this issue, we share our accomplishments of the last five years in the Rohrer College of Business 2020 Retrospective linked below. Page through this vibrant publication to read about some of our many successes during this transformative time.
The Rohrer College of Business (RCB) also has taken on new challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, using creative approaches to deliver the top-notch education our students deserve.
This spring, within a few short weeks, RCB administrators and faculty joined together to rapidly transition 250 courses to a totally online platform. They responded with agility and grit to ensure students would complete the semester safely and successfully and the Class of 2020 would graduate on time.

RCB has advanced at lightning speed during the last five years.

Rohrer College of Business 2020 Retrospective: Impact for Change, is filled with stories, facts and figures illustrating RCB’s many accomplishments during this transformative era.
Learning from a time of crisis

What can faculty learn from the pandemic so they can teach students to manage crises during their business careers?

Dr. Robert Fleming, professor of management and a nationally recognized authority on crisis management, shares his insights in “Preparing for Post-Pandemic Instruction,” an article he wrote for  BizEd , a publication of AACSB International.
COVID-19: Internship during a time of pandemic

RCB students continued to learn, network and gain hands-on experience during the spring semester, despite social distancing requirements.

Despite the unexpected challenges, students like Alyssa Marroccoli, ’20, a management major from Newton who remotely completed her internship with National Forensic Consultants, excelled during the pandemic.
Medical school asks Rowan engineers for help

As hospitals continue to cope with shortages of personal protective equipment, an interdisciplinary team of Rowan University faculty and students collaborated to create 3D-printed face masks for South Jersey’s health care workers and emergency responders.
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