Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering

Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney will be the keynote speaker at Rowan University\'s 88th undergraduate commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17, at 10 a.m. on the Glassboro campus\' University Green

Close to 900 Rowan University students will don their gardening gloves, paint brushes, and positive attitudes to help out their neighbors in the Borough of Glassboro on Sunday, April 21 at 10 a.m

“And the award goes to Dr. Yusuf Mehta,” is heard at Rowan University with increasing frequency. Mehta is an associate professor and graduate coordinator for the Civil and Environmental Engineering program, honored three times in six months for his research, projects and teaching abilities.

Led by two dynamic seniors, 1,000 Rowan students will look to raise $70,000 for the American Cancer Society during the University's ninth annual Relay for Life event.

Four Rowan University faculty members will be honored for their distinguished teaching, research, service to the University, and mentorship of students during the Celebrating Excellence Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, April 9, at 11 a.m. in the Eynon Ballroom of the Chamberlain Student Center.

Eighty Rowan University students will share their talents as broadcasters, producers, and camera operators for a good cause on Wednesday, April 10, when Rowan Television Network (RTN) presents its sixth annual telethon.

Gloucester County Institute of Technology (GCIT) and Rowan University established a new partnership on Wednesday, March 27, signing two articulation agreements that will provide dual high school and college credits.

Kris Ohleth, director of permitting for the Atlantic Wind Connection backbone transmission project, will present on Thursday, April 11, at 1:45 p.m. in Rowan Hall Auditorium in the latest installment of the Rowan University College of Engineering’s Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series.

The Professional Engineering Society of Southern New Jersey (PESSNJ) awarded Rowan University senior engineering student Charlotte Cecere its $1,500 Jerry Kilby Memorial Scholarship.

Lower back pain causes distress for millions of people, but this enormous problem often can be traced to a tiny piece of tissue — a cushioning disc between the vertebrae in the spine.