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The five top student teams will compete head-to-head in the 5th Annual Rohrer Business Plan Competition at Rowan University on Saturday, April 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p .m. in the Student Center ‘s Eynon Ballroom.  This year the competition started out with more than 50 competitors and has been narrowed down to the top five, who will present their business concepts at the event. 
From San Francisco to Florida to Glassboro to Camden, 19 Rowan University undergraduate students will volunteer their time on three different service projects during Alternative Spring Break 2011.
Mentoring event pairs successful alumni with undergraduates.
The New Jersey Space Grant Consortium has awarded two grants to the Rowan University Department of Physics & Astronomy: $18,000 to support the Physics Summer Research Program and $2,000 for programming for the Edelman Planetarium.
Funds to support Alex's Lemonade Stand and fight pediatric cancers.
Three College of Communication projects at Rowan University have received national awards from the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) as part of its 2011 Festival of Media Arts.
When Kelli Martino graduates, she’ll have a lot to celebrate. The Rowan University senior mechanical engineering major from Dennisville is an accomplished student, a service leader and a former General Mills intern at the Vineland Progresso plant. She also has a job lined up after graduation – halfway across the country. Martino recently accepted a job offer from John Deere. After graduation, she’ll pack her bags and move to Ottumwa, Iowa, to work in a manufacturing engineering position in the company’s agriculture division.     
Education honor students at Rowan University are inviting South Jersey children and their parents to join them as they celebrate the power of reading on Friday, March 4, from 5-7 p.m. on the third floor of Education Hall.
Arizona native Rachael Burgess has won a national Gracie Award--the third such honor for WGLS-FM and the eighth Gracie for the College of Communication.
Dr. C. Stewart Slater, Rowan University professor of chemical engineering, has been appointed chair of the Publications Board of the esteemed Chemical Engineering Education (CEE) journal. Slater previously served as vice-chair and has been a board member for more than 10 years. 

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