Rowan University graduate student Deandra Turchi of Turnersville has received a $1,000 scholarship from Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society that recognizes business excellence.
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Nationally recognized educator Dr. Arthur Levine will give the address and prominent Philadelphia-area team physician Dr. Arthur R. Bartolozzi will receive an honorary degree during Rowan University’s main Graduate Commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 15, at 10 a.m. in Coach Richard Wackar Stadium.
To accommodate more than 20,000 graduates and guests expected on campus across two days of Commencement celebrations on May 15 and 16, Rowan University’s undergraduate and graduate ceremonies have been moved from the University Green to Coach Richard Wackar Stadium.
The Rowan University Foundation, the philanthropic and fundraising arm of Rowan University, committed to allocate $5 million to a new venture capital fund to fuel new research initiatives by faculty, students and alumni.
Eight Rowan University students will attempt to put their ideas for thriving businesses into action as they compete for top prizes in the eighth annual William G. Rohrer Business Plan Competition on Saturday, March 8.
Students seeking full-time jobs and internships and businesses seeking exceptional new talent can connect at the Spring 2014 Career Fair at Rowan University on Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Eynon Ballroom of the Chamberlain Student Center on Rt. 322 on the Glassboro campus.
High-profile young leaders of family businesses in South Jersey will explore the transitions and transformations they've experienced during "Strategic Issues in Family Business" at Rowan University.
Rowan University has appointed long-time higher education administrator and innovator Carl “Tobey” Oxholm III as executive vice president for Administration and Strategic Advancement.
A generous gift from Susquehanna Bank has given Rowan University students a huge boost in their efforts to assist typhoon victims in the Philippines.
When he was an undergraduate at then-Glassboro State College back in the early 1960s, when he was looking for a quiet place to which to escape, to read or just to think, Tom Gallia would climb a ginkgo tree on the Bunce Green and perch on a branch, far from his classmates.