In memory of ”Dr. D”

Teacher and mentor, physician and friend, athlete and scholar, farmer and hunter, we at the Foundation mourn Dr. DiGregorio’s passing while treasuring the memories and his many achievements that have impacted the lives of so many both here at the Foundation and in the wider community beyond.   Read more

About Our Founder

Dr. Fredric Rieders established a non-profit foundation that fostered the love for science and art in students young and old.



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Kimberlee Moran Conducts Archaeological Dig with Students in New Jersey

Kimberlee Sue Moran, Director of The Center for Forensic Science Research and Education, had her students from Rutgers University- Camden hard at work at the Whispering Woods archaeological excavation site in Pilesgrove, NJ. The students who signed up for the course came from different majors but were connected by their common love for archaeology. Look [...]

Mayor of Philadelphia Declares 2014 Forensic Science Week

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Congratulations Malik Sylla!

The Fredric Rieders Family Renaissance Foundation would like to congratulate Malik Sylla on receiving The American Chemical Society’s Project SEED Scholarship.

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