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Dr. Catherine Yang, a professor of biochemistry at Rowan University, has received a $50,000 Innovation Grant from New Jersey Health Foundation (NJHF) and The Nicholson Foundation to advance research to develop a novel vaccine that will help those affected by peanut allergies, announced James M. Golubieski, president of NJHF.
Retired from KPMG, Jerry Maginnis is relishing his new role as Executive-in-Residence for the Rohrer College of Business.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM has received three Hermes Creative Awards in an annual international competition sponsored by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals.
Rowan Medicine has joined with the NJII on a federally funded initiative to improve the quality and efficiency of clinical services while also reducing costs.
Four years ago, Victoria Shertel's parents were among the first to arrive at the White Coat Ceremony that officially welcomed the Class of 2016 to the School of Osteopathic Medicine (SOM). On Friday, May 13, her parents along with other family members were again seated on the front row at a Rowan University ceremony. This time, though, they were there to see Victoria cross the stage as she received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree.
There was an empty chair on the stage.
Multiple weather forecasts—including from the National Weather Service/Mount Holly—are calling for scattered thunderstorms and possible lightning throughout the day on Friday, May 13, during Commencement for the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering and the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. In the interest of safety and comfort, Rowan University will hold the ceremonies inside as outlined below.
The world needs educational leaders, in all realms, who are passionate advocates for underserved populations, University of Pennsylvania Professor Shaun Harper told graduates of the College of Education during their Commencement ceremony.
In a Commencement address that referenced the philosophies of Presidents Franklin Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan and Founding Father Alexander Hamilton – as well as a rap from the popular and celebrated hip-hop musical “Hamilton” about his life – Nicholas Paleologos challenged graduates of the College of Communication & Creative Arts and the College of Performing Arts to think big, take chances and do great things.
The 465 graduates from Rowan University's College of Humanities & Social Sciences were encouraged to embrace the magic of their humanities studies as they head off to new endeavors.

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