UPCOMING EVENT DETAILS
The Challenges of Homeland Security: A Federal Perspective with Jonathan Meyer, Esq., Deputy General Counsel, U.S. Dept of Homeland Security
Monday, April 13, 2015
6 p.m. — Light Reception
7 p.m. — Remarks, followed by a Q&A
RSVP to Susan Cuccia at 609-896-5350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rider University, Mercer Room (located within Daly Dining Hall)
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Free and open to the campus community and the public.
The appearance was part of the ongoing Governing New Jersey series produced by the Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics.
An Evening with Hon. Steven M. Fulop,
Mayor of Jersey City, N.J.
April 1: Steven M. Fulop, Mayor of Jersey City, N.J., visited Rider University. A livestream of the event is now available.
The event was part of the ongoing Governing New Jersey series produced by the Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics.
The Rebovich Gala was a great success, in part, because of the generosity of our sponsors:
Washington Sponsors: Investors Bank, NJM Insurance Group, NJBIA, Thomas Edison State College
Trenton Sponsors: Gibbons PC, NJEA, LIUNA, Verizon/NJ Shares
Capitol Sponsor: UTCA
Rider Sponsors: ELEC 825, Cooper Foundation, NE Regional Council of Carpenters, NJAJ
Get Involved in the Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics
The Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics is dedicated to public service and scholarly analysis of government, public policy, campaigns and elections in New Jersey.
About the Institute
Founded in 2001 by the late Professor David Rebovich (1949–2007), the Institute is a dynamic and creative home where students can network, study and gain practical experience in New Jersey politics. In 2008, Ben Dworkin was named the new director of the Institute for New Jersey Politics. In September, the Institute was re-named the Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics.
An integral component of the Institute's success is the active participation of Rider students in all of our programs. The Institute is committed to assisting students with research projects, internships, service learning opportunities, job placement, and overall career development.
Typical programs include:
- Panel discussions and debates
- Major talks by invited guests
- Research presentations
- Formal and informal discussions with political candidates, officeholders, policy and issue advocates
- Professional development workshops for students, community leaders, public officials and staff, and faculty