College of Communication & Creative Arts

College of Communication & Creative Arts

New Orleans, LA ? At its 2003 National Conference in New Orleans, The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Committee selected Rowan PRSSA to co-host a spring regional event wit

Rowan University's radio and television students received multiple awards from the College Broadcasters, Inc. 2003 National Student Competition at its annual College Broadcasters/College Media Advisor

Rowan University's radio and television students received multiple awards from the College Broadcasters, Inc. 2003 National Student Competition at its annual College Broadcasters/College Media Advisor

Rowan University College of Communication professor Larry Litwin is used to students listening to what he has to say. Since November 2002, he has had the governor?s ear as well.

Earlier this year,

Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM will host a live debate between the candidates for the New Jersey Fourth Legislative district on Tuesday, October 21. Fourth District Senate candidates Fred Madden (D) and G

The Association of Women in Communications recently awarded Rowan University?s chapter of Women in Communications two national awards: Outstanding Small Chapter and Fundraisers of the Year fo

The National Society of Professional Journalists awarded Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM a second place Mark of Excellence Award in the Radio In-Depth Reporting category for its documentary It?s My Party

Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM, the radio station of Rowan University, has been named a finalist in two categories in the 2003 national College Broadcasters, Inc. competition: best on-air DJ and best radio

?Ecstasy and Electronica,? a film produced by students in the Radio/TV/Film Department at Rowan University, has captured a prestigious CINE Golden Eagle Award.

The CINE Golden Eagle Awards, disting

Glassboro--For more than three decades, Rowan University public relations and advertising assistant professor M. Larry Litwin, of Cherry Hill, has heard the suggestion time and again in the classroom:

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