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With a focus on celebration and service to the community, Rowan University’s Student Government Association will present its third annual Holiday Week from Monday, Dec. 5- Friday, Dec. 9.
Tom Merrill’s mind is focused on everyone else’s brains.
Inspired by sites like Kickstarter and GoFundMe, Rowan University is riding a fundraising wave, providing capital for a wide range of student projects that could, literally, change the world.
Working out is potential big business for Nicholas Dennis.
A scant three years ago, 301 W. High Street was an eyesore, an unfinished, abandoned townhouse project, empty, cold and foreboding at the edge of campus. Today, it is an award winner.
For years, Rowan University Law & Justice Studies majors have landed internships with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. Now, through a formalized agreement signed recently, the process of connecting students with valuable internships with the county’s lead law enforcement agency will become streamlined.
Officials from Rowan College at Gloucester County’s (RCGC) Liberal Arts Division and Rowan University’s College of Education met on RCGC’s campus on Nov. 9 to sign a Memorandum of Agreement that will benefit future teachers seeking to transfer to the University.
With each successive graduating class, Rowan alumni head out into the world and make their alma mater proud.
Holocaust scholar Michael Berenbaum will discuss “The Uses and Abuses of Holocaust Memory” as he delivers the Dr. Paul B. Winkler annual lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. on Rowan University’s Main Campus in Glassboro.
This year’s 50th annual Holiday Helper auction, in which audience members will bid on more than 100 donated items, washeld on Saturday, Nov. 19. Students raised more than $8,000 for the Front Row Foundation.