Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering

Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering

NEW AGREEMENT: Rowan Engineering and RCGC personnel particpating in the agreement signing were (standing left to right) RCGC chemical engineering major Emily Barnes, RCGC President Dr. Frederick Keating, (sitting, left to right) Rowan University Associate Dean of Engineering Dr. Steven Chin, Rowan University Dean of Engineering Dr. Anthony Lowman, RCGC Dean of STEM Division Dr. Brenden Rickards, and RCGC Vice President of Academic Services Dr. Linda Martin.
The Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering on May 21 entered into an engineering agreement with Rowan College of Gloucester County that will provide an alternate path for students seeking a four-year engineering degree.
In four sunshine-filled days across six ceremonies, degrees were conferred upon more than 3,200 members of the Class of 2015 during Rowan University’s first-ever Commencement Week, May 12-15.

The engineers graduated today, the scientists, the computer programmers, the math whizzes, the psychologists, the athletic trainers and more—the people who will invent medical devices, uncove

Members of Rowan's Class of 2015 received the star treatment during the third Senior Sendoff, presented by the Division of Student Life and the Office of Alumni Engagement.

Rowan University, which is changing its Commencement program in 2015 from two ceremonies over two days to six ceremonies over four days, is starting another new tradition this year: honoring indivi

As she prepares to accept her bachelor’s degree from the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering on Tuesday, May 12, Tarynn Huitt, a native of a small town in Missouri, heads off to a high-profile job with the Dow Chemical Company’s Louisiana Operations.
The Rowan University College of Engineering has opened registration for its summer programs for middle and high school students. The programs introduce participants to the field of engineering through hands-on workshops and projects coordinated by professors assisted by Rowan engineering students.
More than 350 middle and high school students representing 25 schools (16 high school teams, 19 middle school teams and 14 open teams) from throughout New Jersey will pit underwater robots in an intense competition at Rowan University battling in the New Jersey Regional SeaPerch Competition on Saturday, April 18, 2015, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Known by his students as “Dr. Car” and the “Car Guy,” Dr. Krishan Kumar Bhatia, a mechanical engineering professor at Rowan University, was honored with the institution’s Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award on Tuesday, April 7.
NerdWallet, a San Francisco-based financial firm, has named Rowan University’s Dr. Jennifer Vernengo to its NerdScholar’s Second Annual “40 under 40: Professors who Inspire” list.

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