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Two medical schools. Designation as a research institution. An emphasis on biomedical science and health sciences. Rowan Boulevard. Those recent Rowan University achievements had an impact on the more than 2,400 students who have chosen to become members of the freshman Class of 2018, according to Dan Reigel, associate director of admissions.

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This summer, the PROS are working 12 Orientation sessions—eight for freshman, three for transfer student and one for international students--plus Welcome Weekend.

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June 28, 2012. That’s the day a quiet, one-on-one conversation with a student leader at Rowan University put Ethan Stoetzer on the path to involvement—and success.

Many cheers – and a few proud tears – could be found at the Special Olympics USA Games at Mercer County Park as a team of Rowan Unified soccer players won its first-ever gold medal.

The team comprised of three Rowan students, one alumnus and six Special Olympics New Jersey (SONJ) athletes defeated Illinois 3-0 on June 20 to win the Special Olympics Unified Soccer gold for Team New Jersey. 

 
(Photo courtesy of Tony Kurdzuk/The Star-Ledger)

Seven graduate students in Rowan University’s College of Education are among the first Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellows announced on Tuesday, June 10, by Gov. Chris Christie.

 

 

A grant from the State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company will help professors in Rowan University’s College of Education fund a program that educates teens and their parents about safe driving.

 

 

The Star-Ledger’s Inside Jersey magazine has named two Rowan University administrators to its 100+ Club list of the Most Influential People in New Jersey: Dr. Ali Houshmand, president, and Dr. Shreekanth Mandayam, vice president for Research.

SNJ Business People magazine has named Sarah Piddington to its 40 Under 40 list for 2014.

Assistant Professor Jonathan Olshefski is on a quest – and working with a man named Quest – to complete a documentary about a family whose home doubles as a hip-hop studio and whose lives intertwine with artists seeking to make it in the music business.

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