The Aim High Science & Technology Academy prepared high school students for college—and beyond.
Forty high school students from the five-county area will gain knowledge in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)—and hone their leadership and college preparatory skills—during Rowan University's second annual Aim High Science and Technology Academy, which runs July 8-August 3.
Tuition and fees for students at Rowan University will increase by 3 percent under a $285.5 million fiscal year 2013 budget approved by the University's Board of Trustees earlier this month.
On June 17, Rowan University will mark the 20th anniversary of the transformational $100 million gift that Burlington County businessman and philanthropist Henry Rowan and his late wife, Betty, pledged in 1992 to then-Glassboro State College (GSC).
More than 1,300 freshmen and their families are getting an up-close-and-personal introduction to Rowan during the University's annual orientation. They're being aided by close to 40 Rowan students who are members of the PROS (Peer Referral Orientation Specialists).
Students who hope to enter various health care professions or focus on specific types of technology studies will have a new option in the School of Biomedical Sciences at Rowan University.
Route 322, from Bowe Boulevard to Main Street in Glassboro, will close from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, May 11, for Rowan University's 88th annual undergraduate Commencement ceremony.
Former New Jersey Assembly Speaker Jack Collins will be the speaker at Rowan University's undergraduate Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 11, at 10 a.m. on the University Green.
Rowan University’s Education Hall will officially become Dr. Herman D. James Hall on Wednesday, April 25, at 2 p.m. as the University holds a ceremony at the hall to honor the legacy of Rowan’s late president.
Thirty-five volunteers—most of them students—who will shave their heads to raise funds for pediatric cancer research during St. Baldrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 27.