College of Communication & Creative Arts

College of Communication & Creative Arts

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $130,773 grant to Rowan University?s Dr. Kevin Dahm, of Blackwood; Dr. James Newell, of Sewell; and Dr. Roberta Harvey, of Woodstown, for their project ti

Keith Brand, Rowan University assistant professor of Radio/TV/Film, of Philadelphia, Pa., recently earned the Broadcast Education Association?s (BEA) ?Best of Festival? award in the Faculty Audio Comp

Three Rowan University radio programs received recognition in the 2004 International Student Competition of the Broadcast Education Association?s (BEA) Festival of Media Arts. Two programs placed sec

The March of Dimes of New Jersey has named Rowan University President Dr. Donald Farish honorary chair of Gloucester County WalkAmerica 2004, the organization?s biggest fund-raising event to support e

Two Rowan University students are being nationally recognized for their leadership and writing skills in the field of public relations. Senior Chris Lukach has been named recipient of the $3,500 Step

Area college students can get an in-depth look at the world of broadcasting at the third annual Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia symposium to be held on Saturday, April 17, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the

GLASSBORO -? Throughout 2004, Rowan University radio station WGLS-FM will host a variety of events in celebration of its 40th anniversary.

Heard in the Philadelphia/South Jersey area at 89.7 and o

Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM will broadcast live Dick Gregory?s keynote address at the University?s 18th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast on Monday, January 19, in the Eynon Ballroom in the Studen

Ten percent of our nation?s 12th graders have tried a drug that can make them vulnerable to crimes such as rape, affect their present and future health, or kill them.

The drug is ecstasy, and film

Rowan University will host the National Writing Project (NWP) Winter Conference on Tuesday, January 13, 2004 on the Rowan campus for all educators teaching kindergarten through college levels.