Science, Tech & Medicine

Science, Tech & Medicine

Best known as Dr. Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H, Alda spoke to the importance of clear communication.
The State of New Jersey honored Rowan University and Lockheed Martin with its inaugural Innovative Partnership Award during its recent “65 by ’25: Many Paths, One Future” campaign launch at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation headquarters in Princeton. The award recognizes high-quality collaborations among higher education, business and industry.
With a ceremonial groundbreaking on Oct. 19, local, state and federal officials joined with the Rowan University/Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors to celebrate the beginning construction of the Joint Health Sciences Center in Camden.
Rowan University’s chapter of the American Society for Mechanical Engineers will host Rowan’s 15th annual Pumpkin Chunkin’ contest on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, from 11 a.m.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded a five-year grant to the RowanSOM Department of Family Medicine to administer New Jersey's three Area Health Education Center programs.
When a tragedy strikes, young children will look to their parents to interpret the world for them.
It promises to be the busiest Homecoming week in Rowan University history. That makes sense considering that the theme of this year’s weeklong celebration, Oct. 9-15, is…well…ProfHistoric.
The potential to simply cross the street to take Rowan University STEM, biomedical and fine and performing arts classes in 11th and 12th grades makes Glassboro School District’s school choice programs valuable to applicants throughout South Jersey. Glassboro School District and Rowan University invite South Jersey parents and sixth- through 11th-grade students to an October 3 open house to learn more.
Sept. 25 program featured speakers from five major corporations who discussed vast career opportunities in analytics and how the study of data helps boost customer service and strengthens their companies' bottom lines.
Rowan's Glassboro campus-wide lead remediation plan is complete and all drinking water meets state and federal standards for safety. In July 2016, lead was discovered in the water of Linden Hall and several other buildings on the Glassboro campus, a finding that triggered a comprehensive study of drinking water and the development of an action plan to correct the situation.