College of Engineering

More than 100 rising seventh and eighth grade boys will learn about engineering from faculty, staff and students at Rowan University’s College of Engineering as part of the Boys’ Engineering, Science and Technology (BEST) Workshop on Tuesday, July 16, and Wednesday, July 17, from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. in Rowan Hall (the College of Engineering building off Bowe Boulevard in Glassboro).

About 130 middle school-aged girls from throughout South Jersey (and beyond) will converge at Rowan University for Attracting Women into Engineering (AWE) on Tuesday, July 23 through Thursday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. in Rowan Hall (the College of Engineering building off Bowe Boulevard in Glassboro).

Imoh Ikpot, a medical student at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, recently received a national award from Conquer Cancer Foundation and American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) to further his interest in oncology research.
 

More than 40 high school students from throughout the region (counties in New Jersey: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Gloucester, Cumberland, Morris, Somerset and in Pennsylvania: Bucks) will learn to build bridges, explore wind power, study robotics and step into virtual reality, among many other opportunities, when they participate in Rowan's Introduction for Students to Engineering (RISE).

The South Jersey Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) awarded Rowan University civil and environmental engineering professor Dr. Kauser Jahan its George Stout award for 2013.

As Rowan University undergoes a period of profound transformation, two of the nation’s top credit-rating agencies have given the institution high marks. 

Rowan University will host its first Zombie Run on Thursday, May 30, starting at 2 p.m. in front of Bunce Hall off Route 322 on the Glassboro campus.           
 

An air of anticipation filled Rowan University’s Esbjornson gym in April, as a crowd of spectators waited to see how middle and high school students’ underwater robots — built through an innovative engineering program — would perform in South Jersey’s first Regional SeaPerch Competition.

As increasingly crafty spammers, malware writers and other malicious programmers persistently devise new tactics to outwit sophisticated computer systems, a Rowan University College of Engineering professor is researching tools that may help computers stay one step ahead of these risks.

High school students throughout the region are invited to Rowan's Introduction for Students to Engineering (RISE), a three-day workshop experience that features laboratory clinics; engineering activities; campus and industry tours, including a South Jersey Technology Park tour and CAVE virtual reality experience; and mentoring by College of Engineering professors and students.

Pages