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Rowan University’s Health and Wellness Center will host its Fifth Annual Breast Cancer Walk/Run at 10 a.m. on Sunday, March 30, 2014 (9 a.m. registration) on Rowan’s Glassboro campus at the Rec Center front patio, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, N.J. The four-mile run/walk around the Rowan University campus benefits the Central & South Jersey Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. Last year, more than 300 people walked/ran.
Most people wouldn’t be happy to hear they are going to a hospital, but for the graduating medical students at RowanSOM that news was among the best they had ever received. 
Moorestown, NJ and Glassboro, NJ—Lockheed Martin and Rowan University are kicking off an innovative, strategic partnership to develop new technologies for a broad range of radar system applications in support of national defense. As threats to the United States become increasingly more complex, this next generation of radar technology is critical to protecting national assets and requires the dedication of an educated workforce.
A handful of Rowan University students will travel about as far south as possible in North America this month. Like many of their peers, they will be armed with sunscreen. Unlike most of them, they will haul a percussion drill and accompanying paraphernalia on a decidedly non-hedonistic spring break 2014.
The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program awarded Dr. Stephanie Farrell, associate professor of chemical engineering at Rowan University, a grant to conduct research on engineering education at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in Ireland.
US News & World Report has named Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine as one of the country’s best medical schools for geriatric medical education. This marks the 13th time that the school has been included in the publication’s annual rankings of America’s medical schools. 
Celebrated and popular, author addresses Rowan for 2014 President's Lecture Series.
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. 
A handful or so of Rowan University students have gotten their typhoid shots, Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B shots and malaria pills; agreed to lug 50+ pounds of equipment to an airport; and prepared a list of what to bring to a developing country that is low on water and high on need.
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.

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