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Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM has been named the second best Four-Year College Radio Station of the Year by the Associated College Press/College Media Association at the 
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.
Programs and events focusing on raising awareness of disability rights will highlight Access & Inclusion Week at Rowan University, Friday, Oct. 20-Friday, Oct. 27.
More than 2,000 alumni came back to campus for the annual Homecoming parade, alumni lunch, University tours, reunions and athletics events, all of which capped off a busy—and fun—celebration of campus pride.
Founded last year at Rowan University, Project IMPACT is designed to address a persistent problem in education: the limited presence of male teachers of color in the teaching ranks at the preschool, elementary and secondary school levels.
Community Dig Day '17 at the Jean & Ric Edelman Fossil Park
A variety of dig activities, including the first Homecoming program, extend the Fossil Park's season this fall.
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.
Dr. Kenneth Lacovara's first book examines the plight of the dinosaurs and the lessons their mass extinction could provide for the future of life on Earth.
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.