Academics

Academics

Rowan Medicine: A new name for health care in South Jersey

Two years to the day after we celebrated the addition of the School of Osteopathic Medicine and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Rowan University celebrated another milestone on the Stra

Three incoming freshmen to Rowan University’s Writing Arts program will receive a total of $35,000 from a competitive new scholarship.

Rowan University Political Science Professor Lawrence Markowitz is among three top national scholars selected to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Minerva Research Institute to study the connection of organized crime, terrorism and insurgency in Eurasia.
Through the prestigious Fulbright Program, Alexandra Pasqualone and Brittany Grasso have landed English Teaching Assistantships to Turkey and South Korea, respectively. Sophomore Alyssa van Doorn is off to England for the Fulbright Summer Institute.

Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM received two first place awards Monday in the Philadelphia Press Association’s annual awards competition.

NEW AGREEMENT: Rowan Engineering and RCGC personnel particpating in the agreement signing were (standing left to right) RCGC chemical engineering major Emily Barnes, RCGC President Dr. Frederick Keating, (sitting, left to right) Rowan University Associate Dean of Engineering Dr. Steven Chin, Rowan University Dean of Engineering Dr. Anthony Lowman, RCGC Dean of STEM Division Dr. Brenden Rickards, and RCGC Vice President of Academic Services Dr. Linda Martin.
The Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering on May 21 entered into an engineering agreement with Rowan College of Gloucester County that will provide an alternate path for students seeking a four-year engineering degree.
In four sunshine-filled days across six ceremonies, degrees were conferred upon more than 3,200 members of the Class of 2015 during Rowan University’s first-ever Commencement Week, May 12-15.
In a passionate address to graduates of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2006 alumna Ashley Abdullah implored the graduates to find their mission, be there for the people they love, and think of difficulties they face as building blocks to success. Also at the ceremony, Glassboro Mayor Leo McCabe received an honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree.
In a rousing address that masterfully paid homage to Rowan University’s profound growth from the Glassboro Normal School—a teachers’ college—to a comprehensive public research institution, U.S. Secretary of Higher Education Rochelle Hendricks got down to basics when she talked about the impact teachers, counselors and educational leaders have on students.

“Be critical, ignore criticism.”

So said Ken Tucker, and he ought to know.

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