Rider University Faculty is Making Hand Sanitizer for Hospitals
I think it's a big decision when you choose what college you want to go to. I remember attending a community college after high school to become a better student and once those two years were over, I started to applying to four year universities. Once I got accepted into Rider University and I graduated in 2010. Whenever I hear that Rider is doing good things, I always like to talk about it.
According to an article written on their website, faculty members of the chemistry department are making hand sanitizer to be distributed to hospitals who have their hands full fighting the coronavirus battle. They produced 10 liters this week and plan to produce more as long as they have enough materials. Not a lot of faculty are allowed on campus, so these faculty members were happy to do something productive with their time on campus.
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