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Demonstrating support for survivors of sexual assault, members of the Rowan University community will gather for “Take Back the Night” on Tuesday, April 4, at 6:30 p.m. on the patio of the Chamberlain Student Center, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro.
Children of all ages will venture to a galaxy far, far away on Friday, March 31, during “Literacy Alive”, a Star Wars-themed literacy event sponsored by Kappa Delta Pi, Rowan University’s education honor society.
Stephanie Rothenberg’s "Reversal of Fortune: The Garden of Virtual Kinship "
The exhibition "How Food Moves: Edible Logistics" uses art to examine the issues with and patterns of food distribution, on display at Rowan University Art Gallery from March 27 – May 27.
Dr. Richard Dammers
Dr. Richard Dammers, current chair of the Department of Music at Rowan, will succeed the retiring Dr. John Pastin as Dean of the College of Performing Arts.
Match Day 2017 was a memorable, exciting and successful day for graduating students of Rowan's two medical schools.
Dr. Sanford Tweedie, new dean of the College of Communication & Creative Arts
An author and award-winning faculty member, Dr. Sanford Tweedie is making a big impact on the College of Communication & Creative Arts.
The SHOP (Students Helping Other Profs) is a new campus resource center that provides food and personal care items to Rowan students.
Rowan celebrates Summit's 50th anniversary
This year Rowan University celebrates the Glassboro Summit, the 1967 meeting between President Johnson and Russian Premier Kosygin, a Cold War milestone with the promise for peace.
U.S. News & World Report named Rowan's School of Osteopathic Medicine as one of America's best medical schools
Local children will gather to explore their creativity with Rowan University students during the first free “RU Crafty” event on Friday, March 24.

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