Newark-area students present their designs, products and plans in competition and trade fair
Roland Anglin, a familiar face in New Jersey education and social justice scenes, who has started in his new role as dean of Cleveland State University's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, left his mark on Newark, NJ, and GlassRoots. The GlassRoots board of directors unanimously chose to honor Dr. Anglin this year.
Dr. Nancy Cantor, Chancellor of Rutgers University, Newark, will serve as the luncheon's Honorary Chair; while Dale Anglin of the Newark-based Victoria Foundation, will serve as Honoray Co-Chair to honor her husband.
The mission of GlassRoots is to ignite and build the creative and economic vitality of greater Newark, with a focus on under-served youth and young adults, through the transformative power of the glass art experience.