In the Media
Sunday, July 30, 2006
By LISA GRZYBOSKI
The township's business community was well represented this year in a reputable report focused on South Jersey's fa
A 10-week national recycling competition among universities and colleges gave Rowan University staff and students extra incentive to improve on their recycling and waste-reduction efforts for the 2005
Since she was first given a Lego set to play with as a child, Julia Casciato said she has been interested in one day being an architect or engineer.
"I've been interested in engineering most of my
Middle School teachers from a dozen area school districts faced off in a race to see whose programmed Lego vehicles was the quickest and the most accurate.
The race provided the climax of a two-hou
Christina Gennaoui had the SAT score to be accepted by the likes of Villanova, St. Joseph's and George Washington.
She opted to stay home -- and spend the next four years at Rowan University study
Rowan University engineering students designed an automatic freshwater fishing pole for the disabled as part of a national engineering society competition.
The device can cast itself and reel in fi
A Rowan University student-run public relations firm has been tapped to promote a statewide effort to raise more than $4 million needed to fund a World War II memorial in Trenton.
The memorial had
When we broke ground April 10 for the Innovation Center, the first building at the South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University, the faces in the audience said as much to me as any words could.
When farmers harvest their crops each fall, an untold amount of plant waste - corn husks, wheat stalks and other fiber known collectively as corn stover - is either thrown out or simply plowed back in
Talk about an unusual class assignment: Students in a forensic anthropology class at Rowan University got down and dirty as they excavated, six inches at a time, to find a dead body.
Not a real bod