Rohrer Review
Volume 5, Issue 2
Fall 2018
From the Dean
As you read this issue of the Rohrer Review , I’m sure you will agree that the Rohrer College of Business (RCB) had a tremendous fall semester.
RCB’s freshman class has almost doubled in size during the last five years. The College has adopted new approaches, integrating strategies from the Rohrer Center for Professional Development to keep students on track to graduate in four years. 
RCB Supports Growing Student Body Each Step of the Way
The  Chronicle of Higher Education’s Almanac of Higher Education 2018-19 named Rowan University the  sixth fastest-growing college or university in America   among public doctoral institutions in August 2018. During the same month, Money Magazine included Rowan... 
New Administrative Team Propels RCB Forward
As RCB heads into the future, a new administrative team partnering with Dean Sue Lehrman has taken the place of retiring and departing administrators who helped bring the College to this point.
Assistant Dean Margaret Van Brunt retired at the end of last year...  
RCB Welcomes New Tenure-Track Faculty
With growth in student enrollment, our faculty has increased in numbers and business expertise, expanding from 39 full-time faculty members in fall 2012 to 57 in fall 2018.
In the fall, the following tenure-track faculty joined RCB’s ranks:
Saravanan Kuppusamy
Susana Santos
Ayishat Omar
RCB Honors Students Benefit from $5M Rohrer Gift
Thanks to a $5 million permanent endowment from the Rohrer Charitable Foundation, more RCB students are reaping dividends from the Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration in the Honors College. The fund is helping RCB attract...
Inspiring Entrepreneurs Across Disciplines
The Rowan Center for Entrepreneurship (RCIE), co-sponsored by RCB, the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering and Rowan’s College of Science and Mathematics, provides a place and space where students can engage with each other to launch budding ventures.
RCB Reaps External Recognition 
In October, RCB welcomed the Mid-Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration to South Jersey for its 68th Annual Conference. The program focused on innovation, collaboration and partnerships in business education and included more than 100 deans and business school leaders from five states and the District of Columbia.
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Joe Delgado
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