ROSE BOWL INSTITUTE AWARDS INAUGURAL ROSI SCHOLARSHIPS

PASADENA WEEKLY (JAN. 14, 20201)- The Rose Bowl Institute awarded four scholarships as part of its Rose Bowl Sportsmanship Initiative (ROSI) and its 2020 Women’s Empowerment Symposium, which was held virtually in September.

ROSE BOWL INSTITUTE AWARDS ITS INAUGURAL ROSI SCHOLARSHIPS

PASADENA, Calif. (September 21, 2020) – The Rose Bowl Institute hosted its second annual Women’s Empowerment Symposium on September 16th, 17th & 18th on the Institute’s virtual platform. The free Symposium provided more than 1,100 pre-registered high school and college students exposure to top female industry leaders from finance, politics, sports, entertainment, and technology on societal and cultural topics, health, and other themes of vital interest to youth.

ROSE BOWL INSTITUTE AWARDS FIRST ROSI SCHOLARSHIP

CALIFORNIA NEWS TIMES (DEC. 29, 2020)- The Rose Bowl Institute today announced that it will award four scholarships as part of the Rose Bowl Sportsmanship Initiative (ROSI) and the 2020 Women’s Empowerment Symposium, which took place virtually three days in September.

ROSE BOWL INSTITUTE AWARDS ITS INAUGURAL ROSI SCHOLARSHIPS

PASADENA NOW (DEC. 28, 2020)- The Rose Bowl Institute today announced awarding four scholarships as part of its Rose Bowl Sportsmanship Initiative (ROSI) and its 2020 Women’s Empowerment Symposium, which was held virtually over a three-day period in September.

ERIC DICKERSON, DAVE ROBERTS SHARE EXPERIENCES THAT SHAPED THEIR VIEWS OF RACE AND SPORTS

ABC7 (DEC. 18, 2020)- Eric Dickerson shared a moving story about an incident in Indiana that changed the way he felt about football. The Rose Bowl Institute hosted a panel discussion on how sports influence broader issues of race in society. Panelists included Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts, NFL Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, Julian Araujo from the L.A. Galaxy, and Angel City women’s soccer club Founder and President Julie Uhrman.

CHARLIE FIRESTONE: BIDEN NEEDS TO UNIFY THE COUNTRY. SPORTS ANALOGIES CAN HELP.

STL TODAY (NOV. 12, 2020)- Joe Biden ran on the promise to unify America, making it a recurring campaign theme. That is an extremely tall order in this very polarized society after a very polarizing election. Washington Post columnist Paul Waldman recently called it a “vain hope, something we’d like to believe but know in our hearts is impossible.”