Leah Seyfert in front of the liberty bell
Leah Seyfert's work as an interpretation intern with the Student Conservation Association in Philadelphia has put her on the fast track to her ultimate goal: Becoming a ranger with the National Park Service.
Student standing in front of skeletal image, holding an xbox controller
Dozens of students in multiple disciplines have been working with professors and others on and off campus this summer on a host of research projects designed to make a real impact on the lives of others.
Rowan Intern standing in front of a giant Like button
Graphic design major Christian Dalonzo spent 12 weeks this summer in California interning with Facebook.
3 Rowan interns standing in front of SNY logo
Three seniors in Rowan’s celebrated Radio, Television & Film (RTF) program scored this summer with internships at SportsNet NY (SNY), a Manhattan-based TV network covering the New York sporting world.

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The responsibility of being a Rowan University resident assistant (RA) is enormous. Gian Connor calls it a privilege. “RAs have the opportunity to make a positive impact the transition of new students,” said Connor, a junior marketing major and first-year RA, who will serve freshmen on the fourth floor of Mimosa Residence Hall. “I want my freshmen to feel like they always have someone in their corner,” he continued. “I want them to know that I will be a resource and a voice for them. I want them to feel loved and cared for. And I want them to know that Rowan is full of resources to help them.” A total of 107 undergraduate RAs—along with nine graduate student residential directors and three full-time residential learning coordinators--serve 4,385 residential students on Rowan’s Glassboro campus. Of those living on campus this academic year, more than 1,900 are freshmen.
From the moment they walk onto campus, the more than 2,400 members of the largest freshman class in Rowan University history will hit the ground running. That’s by design.
Besides incoming members of the new freshman class, the Rowan University students most excited for the start of the new school year might just be members of the Profs fall sports teams.

Jonathan Olshefski took a detour on the way to making a great feature-length film.

He made a great short one.

Dr. Sreekant Murthy, chief research compliance officer at Rowan University, is co-editor of “The IACUC Handbook (Third Edition),” a book of practices for institutions that conduct research with animals.
Kunal Patel's goal of working in international medicine got a big boost this summer when he completed a medical mission trip in Costa Rica.