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The Joseph P. Miele Foundation, of West Caldwell, has awarded $2,000 scholarships to Diane Cassidy, of Glassboro, and Sandra Van Syckel, of Marlton, for tuition or books in the master?s degree progra
Images of a dark figure fighting battles in ancient history filled the minds of 30 Camden Academy Charter High School students as part of a special leadership program held by Rowan University July 8 t
Rowan University?s College of Education has instituted a new Master of Arts degree in Educational Technology, which will begin this fall. An open house/press conference for teachers interested in the
The Rowan University Foundation Board of Directors' Executive and Investment Committees will hold a teleconference work session on Thursday, Sept. 6, at 9 a.m. The call will originate from the Foundat
The incoming class of Rowan University freshmen will move into their new residence halls on Saturday, August 31, starting at 10 a.m. This year, freshmen will be housed in Chestnut, Evergreen and M
Rowan University engineering students worked out of this world--or at least close to it--in July while conducting an experiment that may have bearing on future space travel. The group of six was on
Glassboro, NJ?After a national search that drew more than 75 applicants, Rowan University has hired Timothy Michener, a Mullica Hill resident, as the new director of Public Safety. Michener will be re
(Glassboro, NJ) The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) presented Rowan University Chemical Engineering professor Dr. Robert Hesketh, of Washington Township, NJ, The Robert G. Quinn Aw
The State Board of Education re-elected Maud Dahme of Annandale and Dr. Ronald K. Butcher of Pitman as officers for 2002-03. Dahme will serve in her fifth consecutive one-year term as president and Dr
For the first time ever, Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM will broadcast area high school football games live this coming season as a public service to South Jersey communities. In addition to the award-wi

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