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Anyone who’s been tethered to a computer, gathered details on a history topic or on a politician, evaluated the demographics of his neighborhood or the stats of her kids’ school district, searched for a recipe or a long-lost relative, knows that Google can open doors.
Hanukkah is a relatively minor festival on the Jewish calendar. But that’s not so in the United States, where American Jews have transformed an almost forgotten celebration into the most visible of American Jewish holidays, according to Rowan University Religion Studies Professor Dianne Ashton.
Sophomore political science major Rebecca Roberts, who serves in the Air National Guard, has the heart of a hero—and a $5,000 scholarship to prove it.
During "CHSS Career Connections: Our Alumni Today," Rowan's College of Humanities & Social Sciences will join with the Career Management Center and the Office of Alumni Relations to present an evening in which Rowan liberal arts alumni will discuss how their humanities and social science studies prepared them for successful careers.
The Rowan University community will come together for a host of events to celebrate Veterans Week, Nov. 11-16.
Come help build the bond between Special Olympics athletes and Rowan University students  as Rowan’s Rec Center hosts the third annual “Miles for Medals” 5K and one-mile fun run on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 11 a.m. on the Glassboro campus.
Rowan president recognized for contributions to community and personal achievements in building University.
A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA), will arrive on Rowan University's campus on Sunday, Nov. 17,  to examine all aspects of the University's Public Safety policy and procedures, management, operations and support services, Senior Director Reed Layton has announced.    
Rowan's student EMS squad takes the lead in countywide mass casualty drill.
Rachel Pruchno, PhD, the director of Research at the New Jersey Institute for Successful Aging (NJISA) at RowanSOM, has received a two-year $681,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to examine the effects of Hurricane Sandy on a large, representative sample of more than 3,200 older people living in the nine New Jersey counties hit hardest by the storm. The study will identify aspects of social capital that promote the resilience of older adults exposed to the disaster.

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