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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 theri 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.
On Wednesday, March 1 the entire Rowan community – students, faculty, staff, alumni, administrators, friends and family – will unite online for a daylong marathon to support the Univers
Patients with broken legs soon may undergo more successful surgeries thanks to a robot.
Through April 12, Rowan University business students are offering assistance with federal and state income tax preparation through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA).
World renowned presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, whose best-selling, critically acclaimed work has focused on the Roosevelts, the Kennedys, Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon B. Johnson, among others, will discuss presidential leadership in a lecture on Monday, Feb. 20, at Rowan University.
Registration is open for the second annual Camp EduAdventures, a summer program for area children presented by Rowan University’s College of Education.
On Saturday, Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m., members of the Rowan University and Glassboro communities will gather together to attempt a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the most people waving foam fingers simultaneously during halftime of the Rowan men’s basketball game versus New Jersey City University.
As a capacity crowd of students, faculty, alumni, business leaders and supporters looked on, Rowan University leaders and state officials joined together to cut the ribbon on the new, $63.2 million home of the William G. Rohrer College of Business.