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During the past month, prompted by reports of discolored water in Linden Hall, we conducted a series of tests on the quality of our water in that building and in several other nearby buildings of a similar age. In addition to Linden Hall, we conducted tests in Bole Annex, the Carriage House, Memorial Hall, Oak Hall and Laurel Hall. The results of these tests indicated elevated levels of lead (above 15 parts per billion, which is the Action Level set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency) in each of these buildings, with the exception of Memorial Hall. Elevated iron levels, which causes discoloration, were also found. As soon as we received the results of these tests, we immediately took action to prevent consumption of water in each of these buildings.
The Research & Development Council of New Jersey named Rowan University honors biochemistry major Eric Kohn as a 2017 Governor’s STEM scholar.
Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business and the Kingsway Regional School District have formalized a new partnership to establish a Business Leadership Academy (BLA) at the high school.
Rowan University’s College of Education is teaming up with Williamstown High School on a new program designed to give aspiring teachers a jump start on their career paths.
Researchers in Rowan's School of Earth & Environment this summer unearthed the remains of a 65-million-year-old marine crocodile, one of the best specimens found at the Rowan Fossil Park in some time.
With a welcoming standing ovation and an hour of appreciative attention, more than 150 incoming Rowan University Educational Opportunity Fund/Maximizing Academic Potential Program students embraced U.S. Sen. Cory Booker when he made Rowan the Gloucester County stop on his 21-county Jersey Summer Road Trip in August.
Cumberland County Technical Education Center (CCTEC) and the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering officially sealed an articulation agreement with a signing ceremony Aug. 10 at the new CCTEC campus adjacent to Cumberland County College in Vineland.

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