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An air of anticipation filled Rowan University’s Esbjornson gym in April, as a crowd of spectators waited to see how middle and high school students’ underwater robots — built through an innovative engineering program — would perform in South Jersey’s first Regional SeaPerch Competition.
As increasingly crafty spammers, malware writers and other malicious programmers persistently devise new tactics to outwit sophisticated computer systems, a Rowan University College of Engineering professor is researching tools that may help computers stay one step ahead of these risks.
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University marked the conclusion of its inaugural year by burying a Time Capsule in the lobby of its brand new medical education building located in downtown Camden.  The Time Capsule, which is to be opened in 50 years, was filled with artifacts and memorabilia commemorating the historic launch of the school and its first year, as well as items reflecting current events and pop culture.
Annual undergraduate Commencement celebrates some 2,200 new graduates.
High school students throughout the region are invited to Rowan's Introduction for Students to Engineering (RISE), a three-day workshop experience that features laboratory clinics; engineering activities; campus and industry tours, including a South Jersey Technology Park tour and CAVE virtual reality experience; and mentoring by College of Engineering professors and students.
Rowan University invites middle school-aged girls currently in sixth and seventh grades to Attracting Women into Engineering (AWE), a program designed to expose them to the broad field of engineering, on July 23, 24 or 25. The workshops will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. in Rowan Hall, the engineering building on Rowan’s Glassboro campus. Girls may participate in one of the three one-day sessions, selecting their preferred date when registering.
An information session for this summer’s Young Profs Exploration Camp, which is open to middle school students with Asperger Syndrome or high functioning autism, will be held Sunday, June 2, on Rowan Univeristy’s Glassboro campus.
Shannon Hartey, of Mays Landing, was unhappy after walking by her old playroom at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) at the age of 16.
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. 

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