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Rowan geologist Harold C. Connolly, Jr. has an extraordinary role in OSIRIS-REx--the first NASA endeavor to collect an asteroid sample and return it to Earth for analysis. He's the mission sample scientist for the historic mission.
The dedication ceremony for Holly Pointe Commons, the new, 1,415-bed underclassmen residence hall on the Glassboro campus,was held on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
Rowan geologist and petrologist Harold Connolly is the mission sample scientist for OSIRIS-REx, the first-ever NASA mission to collect an asteroid sample and return it to Earth.
During Move-In 2016, Rowan University welcomed 2,288 first-year residential students. The freshman class is nearly 2,600 strong.
The Rowan University chapter of the American Council on Education Women’s Network (ACE Net) reorganized this summer with new board members and a new slate of activities for 2016-17.
Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business and the Kingsway Regional School District have formalized a new partnership to establish a Business Leadership Academy (BLA) at the high school.
Rowan University’s College of Education is teaming up with Williamstown High School on a new program designed to give aspiring teachers a jump start on their career paths.
Researchers in Rowan's School of Earth & Environment this summer unearthed the remains of a 65-million-year-old marine crocodile, one of the best specimens found at the Rowan Fossil Park in some time.
Rowan University has appointed Amy Barraclough as the director of the Fredric and Jean Edelman Planetarium in Science Hall. She replaces founding director Keith Johnson, who retired after 12 years at Rowan.
The fall lecture series in Rowan's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies will now be known as the Dr. Paul B. Winkler Lecture Series. Winkler served as executive director of the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust/Genocide Education for 42 years before his passing on July 12.