Alumni

As Senior Vice President, TD Bank Financial Group and Regional President for TD Bank's Metro Philadelphia Market, Michael Carbone '85 oversees all retail and commercial lending and government banking within the market.

Phillies and Eagles announcer Dan Baker will be in the spotlight as Rowan University honors him in his 40th year of professional broadcasting.

Armed with a strong work ethic and a Rowan degree, Chris Cardillo, CEO of Castle Windows, finds his business thriving in spite of tough economic times.

The Rowan University Foundation Board has named Alyce Parker, principal of Alyce Parker & Associates, as chair for a second term.

If you’re a proud member of the Rowan University family -- or you are looking to learn more about the University -- Glassboro is the place to be through Oct. 23 as Rowan celebrates Homecoming & Family Weekend 2011.

Rowan University Vice President of Facilities and Operations Mike Harris was the top money raiser in Gloucester County’s Dancing with the Stars, earning $43,766 for the Rowan Emergency Scholarship Fund. The Fund assists students who are experiencing life-altering crises in their families. (For a look at Mike on the dance floor and to hear a message from him, go to http://youtu.be/ZSVXGsCLOCw.)

Entertainer and activist Bill Cosby will be the speaker for Rowan University's 26th annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 16, at 9:30 a.m. in the Eynon Ballroom of the Chamberlain Student Center.

Superior Court Judge Julio L. Mendez '78 made some history last month when he became the first Hispanic assignment judge in the State of New Jersey.

Memories were made, friendships rekindled and more than $4,200 was raised to provide financial assistance to deserving minority students through the William H. Myers Scholarship Endowment Fund at the second Glassboro State College/Rowan University Black Alumni Family and Friends Reunion.

The Rowan University Board of Trustees has elected attorney James J. Gruccio Sr., of Vineland, as chairman.

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