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In the Media
WESTMONT - Jennifer Chiesa rolled her chair close to her patient, who took up a quarter of an armchair, frail and breathing heavily, with small tubes pumping oxygen into her nostrils.
"How've you been feeling?" Chiesa asked with a disarming smile.
"Good days and bad days. I like to forget about the bad," said Helen Volz, 79, a hospice patient since 2009.
Chiesa met Volz for the first time Wednesday as part of her yearlong clinical fellowship in hospice and palliative care through Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice in collaboration with Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine.
By South Jersey Times
With the cost of everything Jersey from turnpike hamburgers to state-owned helicopters rising, it’s good to know that undergraduate tuition at Rowan University will hold stable for the next year.
When Rowan University's new vice president for health sciences meets with potential industry partners, he starts off with a disclaimer.
Peter KeyReporter- Philadelphia Business Journal
Rowan University wants to be a 21st century research university.
If you had $100,000 to invest, would you buy Apple at $600 a share or a little-known company from Utah called Zagg at $10?
Rowan University was named by Forbes to its annual list of the nation's 650 best colleges.
Jim Rudolph, CEO of Rita's Italian Ice, will be the speaker for the Fall 2009 Rohrer College of Business Lecture Series at Rowan University on Monday, November 30, at 11 a.m. in Room 107 of Bunce Hall on the Glassboro campus.
Working under U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grants of more than $200,000, Rowan University's College of Engineering (Glassboro, N.J.) is expanding its work in "green engineering" with several regional pharmaceutical companies.
A 24-year-old Rowan University student and Glassboro resident has been awarded a $30,000 fellowship that includes an internship at NASA-Steniss Space Center in Mississippi.