In the Media
In the Media
"It's not enough to be knowledgeable in one area," says Dianne Dorland, dean of engineering at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. "The hands-on process our students seek when they come to Rowa
By Donald J. Farish
Recently there has been extensive media coverage of Rowan University's decision to acquire a 100-acre tract at Routes 55 and 322 in Harrison Township through eminent domain. T
Although Rich Wadleigh isn't thrilled by one record set last year by Rowan University's emergency medical services squad, the associate director of public safety is quite delighted by another mileston
A group of Rowan University students is helping to create a Boys and Girls Club here.
Rowan Student Government Association President Jennifer Holdsworth, 21, said students contributed $5,042.51 thr
The Glassboro Police Department teamed up with Rowan University for four weeks of intense soccer training for 85 local children.
"The college, town and police department all worked together," said
IF she had the time and inclination, Lisa Ann Rysinger could serve as the model for a campaign to keep young professionals in New Jersey.
Unlike other high-technology wizards, she has turned down jo
A group of Rowan University engineering students is developing a cutting-edge way to better ensure the safety of the nation's 180,000 miles of natural-gas pipelines.
The two-year project, which sta
Lisa Rysinger is celebrating some firsts.She was among the first group of students to receive a degree from the master's in writing program at Rowan University in Glassboro in 2001 and is the first ou
GLASSBORO --Martin Luther King Jr.'s daughter urged Rowan University students Tuesday to use the holiday in her father's honor to reassess their commitment to changing the community.
"My father wo
Glassboro is moving closer to having a new place for local children to learn and play ? and the
Rowan University Foundation is a big part of it.