Giving

Giving

The Rowan University Board of Trustees at its monthly meeting September 14 approved the following appointments:   Rowan University Foundation Board of Directors
During Move-In 2016, Rowan University welcomed 2,288 first-year residential students. The freshman class is nearly 2,600 strong.
Members of Rowan’s Class of 2016 have the opportunity to celebrate their Commencement in a special way—by contributing to a scholarship fund that will support the freshman Class of 2020.
Take Back the Night and Rowan’s first-ever student-led summit on Title IX are planned for Sexual Violence Prevention Week at Rowan the week of April 4.
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.
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!
Joining Nobel Prize winners, former presidents, billionaire business executives, rock stars, and neuroscientists, Rowan University Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara has been invited to deliver a TED Talk at the annual TED Conference next week in Vancouver.
Rowan University students will shake, twist, and slide across the dance floor during a dance marathon on Saturday, Feb. 27, to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Rowan University will hold a Celebration of Life honoring South Jersey industrialist and philanthropist Henry M. Rowan, who in 1992 donated $100 million to the school, on Thursday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. in Pfleeger Concert Hall in Wilson Hall, off Bowe Boulevard on the Glassboro campus.