College of Education

In what was the biggest, most ambitious Homecoming celebration in University history, Rowan alumni, students, faculty, staff and Glassboro community members came out in full force for PROFtoberfest 2014.
PROFtoberfest, Rowan's largest Homecoming celebration ever, resembled a giant family reunion as an estimated 3,000 people—alumni, students, faculty and staff—came together on campus. More than 1,600 alumni officially pre-registered for the whirlwind weekend.
#Proberfest Preview Girls in Rowan colors cheering
It’s time for PROFtoberfest! This year’s Homecoming celebration has a German theme as the University offers a host of events designed to connect the Rowan community with alumni, students and the Glassboro community.
Rowan College of Education Dean Monika Shealey and Teacher Education Assistant Professor Kathryn McGinn are working with researchers from William Paterson and Kean universities to study teacher persistence in urban schools and the role that various teacher certification pathways have in urban districts.

The School of Biomedical Science and Health Professions at Rowan University will join with Special Olympics New Jersey to offer sessions of Get FIT, a fitness and nutrition program for people with

From the moment they walk onto campus, the more than 2,400 members of the largest freshman class in Rowan University history will hit the ground running. That’s by design.
Twenty-one rising high school seniors from five South Jersey counties will get an introduction to the field of teaching, particularly in urban settings, during the annual Rowan Urban Teacher Academy (RUTA), Monday, July 14-Friday, July 25.
Fifty-two rising high school juniors and seniors will gain exposure to careers in science and technology—and develop college readiness and leadership skills--during Rowan University’s Aim High Science and Technology Program this summer.

Seven graduate students in Rowan University’s College of Education are among the first Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellows announced on Tuesday, June 10, by Gov. Chris Christie.

 

 

A grant from the State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company will help professors in Rowan University’s College of Education fund a program that educates teens and their parents about safe driving.

 

 

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