Rowan University professors and staff members will challenge students on the hardwood—instead of in the classroom—on Friday, April 19, during “Shooting for the Shore” a basketball game to benefit the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund.
Eighty Rowan University students will share their talents as broadcasters, producers, and camera operators for a good cause on Wednesday, April 10, when Rowan Television Network (RTN) presents its sixth annual telethon.
As part of Asian Cultural Month, Rowan University’s Asian Cultural Association will sponsor an Asian extravaganza on Saturday, April 13, from 7-9 p.m., in Boyd Recital Hall of Wilson Hall, 200 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro.
It will be a day to showcase the work of law enforcement professionals—and to honor those in the field who have dedicated their lives to serve others—during Rowan University’s third annual Law and Justice Day on Wednesday, April 3, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on the football team’s practice field.
Rowan students lose hair, raise big money for pediatric cancer research.
Rowan University’s colors are brown and gold, but during the first week in April, the University will go “blue” to spread awareness about autism.
Fifty-four Rowan University students will publicly shave their heads during St. Baldrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 26, to raise funds for pediatric cancer research.
Student play keeps story alive.
Many couples treasure the place where they met, where they fell in love, where they reached their adult milestones. Pamela Zee and Minh Huynh, a physician couple living in Moorestown, NJ, have turned their fondness for that place into a major philanthropic gift that will benefit future physicians and the city that was once their home-away-from-home.
The 43rd Annual Rowan Jazz Festival concludes its three-day schedule with a concert celebrating jazz interpretations from around the world.