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Brad White scheduled 11 interviews this week with potential employers that won't require any off-campus trips.
"This is new for me," said White, a 21-year-old civil engineering major from West Dept
James Gaymon had one rule for Saturday's Homecoming festivities at Rowan University -- show up early.
"You've got to come claim your spot," Gaymon said shortly after 9:30 a.m., well before the day'
Representatives from Rowan University and three Salem County school districts Wednesday signed an agreement that will provide select high school students automatic acceptance into the university.
While math may seem mundane, Rowan University professor Tom Osler finds projects for his students that create excitement through discovery.
Currently, Osler is helping some of his students translat
Kimberly Jones is a senior majoring in English at Rowan University. While at Cherokee High School, she was active in the school's environmental club. She is the student recycling coordinator at Rowan.
Kathleen M. Matteo's romance with what is now Rowan University began 54 years ago.
She was a freshman from Brooklyn, N.Y., and Rowan was Glassboro State Teachers College, an institution of several
When Ned Eckhardt was growing up in Pittsburgh during the 1950s, neighbors came to his house -- his parents had the first television set on the block -- to watch Uncle Miltie.
Now, when the respect
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
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
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.