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Rowan University’s Division of University Research will honor more than two dozen faculty members and students during its first Excellence in Innovation Awards Ceremony on Monday, March 21, a
The Rowan University community made history March 3 during the institution’s second annual 24-hour day of giving, raising $86,895 from 1,240 donors.
A $200,000 investment by the Rowan Innovation Venture Fund for a minimally invasive surgery medical device is translating into $2 million for a Philadelphia firm headed by a Camden County inventor/entrepreneur/businessman.
Ken Burns, who many consider among the greatest living documentary filmmakers  -- perhaps the greatest of all time – returned to Rowan Feb.
For the second year, Rowan is holding a 24-hour giving challenge and it’s going to be big! From midnight through 11:59 p.m. on March 3, Rowan students, faculty, staff, alumni, family and friends can directly support campus programs and scholarships that are special to them. Best of all, up to $15,000 in matching money will be available from generous University donors to support those programs, too!
The Department of Theatre & Dance at Rowan University continues its mainstage season with a bold new staging of The Women, Clare Boothe Luce's comic masterpiece that parodies socie
Alicia Vitarelli, co-anchor of 6ABC Action News at 4 p.m., will be the keynote speaker at the Women’s Professional Network of Rowan University’s annual spring conference, slated for Wednesday, March 9, from 8:30 to 10:15 a.m. in the ballroom of the Chamberlain Student Center on the Glassboro Campus.
The Rowan University Board of Trustees authorized the University’s administration on Tuesday, Feb. 16 to negotiate a letter of intent that will lead to the sale of 100 acres of land to Inspira Health Network for the construction of a new medical center on Rowan’s West Campus in Harrison Township, Gloucester County.
Through April 13, specially trained and certified Rowan University business majors will offer free tax help to qualified area residents through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA).
Cooper University Health pediatrician Dr. Jerry Ehrlich, a volunteer with Doctors Without Borders, will narrate his experience working with victims of the ongoing genocide on Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 5 p.m. in Room 144 of the Chamberlain Student Center, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro.