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Dr. Taryl Kirk is leading a multi-university team embarked on changing the face of health care with the switch of a microscope.
It might not come as a surprise that someone with the title “Dr.” is hard at work developing tools to evaluate health care at the one of the region’s premier medical facilities, Cooper University Hospital.
In the first Commencement ceremony for Cooper Medical School of Rowan University held on the University Green in Glassboro, 57 members of the CMSRU Class of 2017 accepted their medical degrees.
The advice was straightforward to the Class of 2017 in the Rowan University School of Health Professions, solid suggestions not just for their future careers but also for life in general.
Trading in their stethoscopes and white coats for tassels and academic robes, the 157 graduates of the School of Osteopathic Medicine strode proudly across the stage to accept well-earned congratulations as they achieved the next milestone in their academic careers – the right to be called “doctor.”
Approximately 700 graduate and undergraduate students happily endured intermittent spritzing rain to celebrate their graduation from Rowan University’s College of Science & Mathematics during Commencement ceremonies on Thursday, May 11.
“Never accept limits imposed by others. – Henry M. Rowan.”
Following her third year at RowanSOM, San Francisco native and UC-Berkeley graduate Adrienne Schlatter put her dream of becoming a physician on hold to pursue something larger than her ambition. She took a leave of absence to work for a year in a Kenyan clinic for children with HIV.
Celebrated scholar Michael W. Apple accepted the University's Distinguished Alumnus Award during the Commencement ceremony for the College of Education on Wednesday, May 10.

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