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Carl Hausman believes the average person, no matter how nervous in front of crowds he or she may be, can present like a pro. In his recently released 20th book, Hausman, a Rowan professor of journalism, tells readers how.
#RowanGIVES Day, the third annual event dedicated to celebrating the generous spirit of the Rowan University community, was supported by 1,162 donors who contributed $80,150 to support students, scholarships, initiatives and programs.
The Fredric and Jean Edelman Planetarium at Rowan University continues its speaker series with a presentation on Wednesday, March 15, at 6 p.m., on “One Woman's Universe: Expanding our Future Through the Imaginations of Children.”
Monika Shealey, dean of the College of Education at Rowan University, has been honored for her work as a researcher and advocate for the advancement of teacher diversity by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE).
The Fredric and Jean Edelman Planetarium at Rowan University continues its speaker series with a presentation on Friday, March 3, at 2 p.m., on “The Emu in the Sky, The Southern Cross & The Crux of the Matter: Constellations, Flags, Nationalism & Identity in Australia. Can the Night Sky be Colonized?”
Long or short, dark or light, real or fake, Glassboro’s finest facial fuzz will be on display for the sixth annual Mustache March at Rowan University on Thursday March 2.
The Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) recently announced inductees into “The 5+ Club,” a group of institutions that has graduated five or more physics teachers in a given year. The great majority of institutions graduate less than two physics teachers a year, and the most common number of graduates is zero. In its 2014 report, the American Association for Employment in Education found that the teacher shortage in physics is number one among 59 education fields
On March 25, Rowan University’s Academic Success Center & Disability Resources will host a daylong College Prep Transition Conference designed to help students with disabilities and their families learn about resources available to address those challenges.
Five physics students from four regional universities will spend 10 weeks in Singapore this summer through a program coordinated by Dr. Michael Lim, a professor of physics at Rowan University.
Before a capacity crowd at Rowan University, presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin recounted how her position at age 24 as a White House fellow working directly for President Lyndon Johnson ignited her passion to learn about America’s presidents as real people.

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