In the Media
In the Media
Elementary school children can visit Rowan University's planetarium for free next year, thanks to a $54,000 donation by a pair of alumni whose names are already on the facility.
Fredric and Jean M
Nearly fifteen years after a $100 million gift from local businessman Henry Rowan ushered in a new era for a college now bearing his name, the endowment and the subsequent benefits being reaped from t
Technology is great, isn't it? What a pity that most of us have no idea how to get the most from the latest gizmos and gadgets. John Lyden, Desktop Support Technician at Rowan University, gives us the
Two student films produced in a single documentary film production course at Rowan University last spring have each won first-place trophies in the student category of the CINE Golden Eagle Awards.
Rowan University has received an additional $319,000 through a U.S. Department of Education grant that will be used to recruit and train middle school teachers.
The continuation grant is part of a
Frank Hogan is an encyclopedia of local radio. At the drop of a hat, the Rowan Radio general manager can spout off an endless list of long-forgotten call letters of stations as well as the disc jockey
Call them economic matchmakers.
Area colleges this year will be expanding their efforts to connect people with jobs by providing the training and education needed to meet the needs of area employer
Frigid winds whipped through muddy fields here Thursday as workers placed the final beam of the first building marking Rowan University's westward expansion.
The two-story steel structure, which ca
Tom Osler was a nerdy Camden kid who began running at age 14. He saw it as his only route to athletic glory. For his birthday, his mom had given him a stopwatch, and he used it to time himself for a m
Fraternity brothers at Rowan University are reaching out to a community nonprofit facility that houses about 40 disabled residents.
The brothers of Omicron-Iota chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)