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Glassboro - In the fifth annual Communicator Awards international audio competition, WGLS-FM has won The Crystal Award of Excellence in the student produced audio production category for the document
Rowan University?s International Student Services and Multicultural Affairs Department will host an international education program beginning Thursday, Nov.8 through Tuesday, Nov. 20 at various locati
Five members of the Rowan University Chemical Engineering Department attended the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Conference in Reno, NV, from November 4-9, 2001 to present their work
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $400,000 grant to Rowan University for scholarships for students in the College of Engineering and Computer Science Department. The grant, designed to hel
While some kids can?t wait until the school day ends, 38 students at the Thomas E. Bowe School in Glassboro are excited to stay a little longer. The students are participants in the Extended Day Pr
GLASSBORO, NJ -- Three engineering students at Rowan University are working to give a young woman who wants to become an elementary school teacher a chance to realize her dream. Michael Healy, 20,
Glassboro ? Rowan?s International Student Services and Multicultural Affairs Department will host a week of events dedicated to international education. The program, starting on Monday Nov. 5, will a
A former economic analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Bulter knows his way around politics. He served as an international trade analyst for both the Office of U.S Trade and the U.S. In
Glassboro -? Rowan University?s Board of Trustees has approved K. Mark Weaver as the William G. Rohrer professorial chair, the University?s first endowed chair. Weaver will assume the position in the
Glassboro -? When students enter the Law and Justice Department, they often come in contact with the department secretary, Peg Brown. And, while these students know Brown is a friendly, helpful membe

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