Division of University Advancement

Division of University Advancement

In a passionate address to graduates of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2006 alumna Ashley Abdullah implored the graduates to find their mission, be there for the people they love, and think of difficulties they face as building blocks to success. Also at the ceremony, Glassboro Mayor Leo McCabe received an honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree.
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.
Gerry Shreiber, president and CEO of J&J Snack Foods Corp. of Pennsauken, has established a $100,000 scholarship fund to benefit undergraduate entrepreneurship majors in the Rohrer College of Business (RCB).
Dr. Sue Lehrman, currently dean of the School of Business Administration at Philadelphia University, has been named dean of the William G. Rohrer College of Business (RCB) at Rowan University.
Sixty-six Rowan students--seven of them female--will publicly shave their heads during St. Baldrick's Day as they vie to raise $45,000 in one night for pediatric cancer research.
Rowan University alumnus Jay Gould, an internet entrepreneur and angel investor , will discuss his experiences as a young entrepreneur as part of the Rohrer Lecture Series at Rowan University on Wednesday, March 25, at 3:30 p.m. in Room 107 of Bunce Hall on Glassboro campus.
The Rowan Innovation Venture Fund is now accepting applications for funding from researchers, entrepreneurs, business owners and others in South Jersey, including Rowan faculty, students and alumni as well as area residents.
#RowanGIVES Day inspired 450 donors to give $63,629 to Rowan to support the Rowan Future Fund, University programs and scholarships.
Rowan Give 2.25.15
#RowanGIVES Day on Wednesday, Feb. 25, will educate students about the purpose of giving back and, also, promote philanthropy.
Graphic with words surrounding the idea of Entrepreneurship
The Rowan Innovation Venture Fund now is accepting applications for funding from Rowan faculty, staff, students and alumni as well as from the South Jersey community at large.

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