In the Media
In the Media
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-
Tonya Pulis has two main inspirations: art and Catholicism.
Both find strong expressions in Florence, Italy, where Pulis, a Rowan University senior will spend the fall semester studying the masters
Jamie Ginn sits barefoot on the carpet of an administrator's office at the Delaware State Fair. She's bent over, intently studying her reflection in a compact mirror propped against the square wooden
Rowan University's engineering programs helped boost the college's ranking in the 2007 U.S. News and World Report "America's Best Colleges" guide released Thursday.
Rowan's engineering program rank
A group of Rowan University students and staff will soon travel to El Salvador for a project that will provide something many people take for granted: clean water.
The Engineers Without Borders eff
By CELESTE E. WHITTAKER, Courier-Post Staff
PRINCETON--Rowan football coach Jay Accorsi had a pretty good one-liner in his address to New Jersey Athletic Conference coaches and players Tuesday afte
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