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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.
By Elana Gordon, WHYY - To many a bright-eyed first year medical student, there's one experience that marks a real turning point or 'rite of passage' into the medical field. That moment when textbook studies leave the stage, and actual flesh and bone take the spotlight.
The Rowan University College of Engineering is now accepting registrations for summer 2014 programs for middle and high school students. These non-residential programs introduce students to the field of engineering through hands-on workshops and clinics and provide opportunities for participants to learn from professors and current Rowan engineering students, among others.
The Henry M. Rowan Family Foundation has contributed $100,000 to revitalize Rowan University’s Center for the Arts, with the goal of supporting cultural life and education in South Jersey.
Rowan University has appointed long-time higher education administrator and innovator Carl “Tobey” Oxholm III as executive vice president for Administration and Strategic Advancement.
The presidents of the New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities recently joined colleagues from across the nation in opposing the boycott of Israeli institutions of higher education recently endorsed by the American Studies Association and other academic organizations.
MLK III Speaks for MLK Jr Day
Son of civil rights leader addresses annual scholarship breakfast.
“To Space and Back,” the new public star show at the Edelman Planetarium at Rowan University, Glassboro, takes the audience on a journey from the far reaches of the  known universe to the surface of the Earth, describing how the technology that transports people through space is paving the way for the devices and apps they use every day.
PBS’ wildly popular, Emmy-winning “Downton Abbey” series will be the talk of Rowan University’s campus on Sundays this spring as History Professor Stephen Hague presents a series of six “Downton Discussions.”
Rowan University partners with Gloucester County College to offer new opportunities for students.

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