During Rowan University’s 88th Commencement ceremony on May 17, not only was the sun shining brightly, so, too, was each of our more than 2,200 graduates. In addition to welcoming Commencement speaker N.J. State Senate President Steve Sweeney and honorary Doctors of Humanities recipients Larry Salva ’77 and his wife, Rita, we had the pleasure of honoring 2013’s Distinguished Alumnus recipient, Shaun “Shaun T” Thompson.
On July 1, Dr. Monika Shealey will become the newest dean in the oldest college at Rowan University. And when she takes over as leader of Rowan’s College of Education, Shealey will do so during a period of profound transformation for the University.
As Rowan University undergoes a period of profound transformation, two of the nation’s top credit-rating agencies have given the institution high marks.
Caps. Gowns. Pomp. Circumstance. Achievements. Cheers. Tears. Goodbyes. Hellos.
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 17, for Rowan University's undergraduate Commencement ceremony.
Two new young adult novels, penned by professors at Rowan University, will take center stage on Thursday, May 9, at 7 p.m., when Lisa Jahn-Clough and Evan Roskos read from their works at the University’s Barnes & Noble Superstore on Rowan Boulevard.
Nearly 900 students join together to help Glassboro neighbors.
During Relay for Life, more than 1,000 students raise $45,000 to fight cancer.
Karen Thomas (’90) and Gregory Potter Jr. (’95, ’97) will be the newest inductees into the WGLS-FM Hall of Fame at Rowan Radio’s annual banquet on Thursday, April 25, at Scotland Run Golf Club in Williamstown.
Close to 900 Rowan University students will don their gardening gloves, paint brushes, and positive attitudes to help out their neighbors in the Borough of Glassboro on Sunday, April 21 at 10 a.m