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Each year, health professionals at Rowan University provide 12,000 service contacts to students. That number might just increase with the opening of the University’s Wellness Center at Winans Hall, a renovated 21,650-square-foot building that unites medical and mental health services under one roof.
Emmy award-winning alumnus urges freshmen to excel.
For Rowan University psychology assistant professor Dr. Bethany Raiff, quitting smoking is not a game.
On the first Sunday of August, the air inside the Academic Center on the Stratford campus buzzed with excitement and anticipation as 162 men and women waited to take the first steps on a career that, for many, had been years in the making. As they came forward during a tradition-filled White Coat Ceremony, the steps the new ‘student doctors’ took that day represented more than personal milestones. Their steps were also historic, as they became the first class of the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM).   
Rowan's version of 'Kill Me Now' presented as part of Philadelphia's FringeArts festival
A multi-media exhibit exploring language through art opens the 2013-2014 Rowan University Art Gallery season.
Rowan's first Fulbright Summer Institute awardee thrives in Great Britain.
This week, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University welcomed back its Charter Class along with group of new first year medical students in the Class of 2017.  
When Gene Elliott first arrived in downtown Glassboro in 1962 with his wife, Connie, she turned to him and said, “This place certainly needs a beauty treatment.”
The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research has awarded Durin Technologies, Inc., a grant of $351,200 to expand the development of Durin’s novel blood test that can detect the presence of Parkinson’s disease. The test was created by Robert Nagele, PhD, a professor of medicine and the director of the Biomarker Discovery Center at RowanSOM, and the founder of Durin Technologies.

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