In the Media
In the Media
Tara Curtis had already been teaching mathematics to middle-school students in New Jersey for a year when she was ruled unqualified by the No Child Left Behind Act.
The 2002 federal law requires th
Rowan University officials announced Monday that they got a needed boost -- a $1 million gift from a local businessman -- to continue moving forward with the South Jersey Technology Park.
A southern New Jersey entrepreneur has pledged $1 million to help generate innovative business ideas at the new South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University.
Samuel H. Jones, of Man-tua Townshi
Julie Mallory Church's title may be assistant director of the Rowan University Counseling and Psychological Services Center, but it only describes one of her many roles on campus.
To honor her effo
Color Rowan University green.
Officially, the university's colors are brown and gold, but after increased recycling and energy conservation efforts, the Glassboro campus now has an environmentally
Rowan University is one of the top institutions in the country for budding entrepreneurs like Harrison Township's Bob Wear, a 20-year-old who started his own business as a teenager, according to a sur
For the past 27 years, Ned Eckhardt has quietly built a Rowan University program he was hired to create in 1979 into a proving ground for television producers, directors and engineers that today has e
Glassboro is only 15 minutes from Philadelphia, 30 minutes from the shore and 10 from the nearest mall. Those were opening lines in some campus tours and Web site information. Now, Glassboro prides it
While today officially marks the beginning of college for some 1,000 incoming freshmen who are moving into dormitories, about 60 freshmen had a head start when they moved in Monday to participate in a
More than 1,200 miles from the Gulf Coast, Gloucester County volunteers have shared the strain on the South throughout the past year, scattering their compassion between local contributions and hands-