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Rowan University’s Academic Success Center & Disability Resources is presenting a series of workshops designed to help students with autism spectrum disorders prepare for the transition to college.

Rowan University today unveiled plans for a new downtown art gallery designed to further integrate the school and borough and boost the local economy with an Arts & Entertainment district.

Islamist extremism and its impact on free speech in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks will the topic of a discussion Monday, Feb. 16, presented by Rowan University’s Hollybush Institute.

Rowan University's Africana Studies Department welcomes Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, a white Freedom Rider and civil rights activist, for the Tenth Annual Rosa Parks Luncheon March 3 in the Eynon

As the nation prepares to mark the 150th anniversary of his assassination this April, Abraham Lincoln will be the subject of a daylong Presidents’ Day observance at Rowan University on Monday, Feb. 16.

It’s a sapphire anniversary for the Rowan Jazz Festival as it celebrates 45 years of focusing on education, encouragement, and enjoyment for young musicians…in addition to offering ent

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson sang, rapped, challenged and entertained more than 300 guests Jan. 19 as the keynote speaker for Rowan University’s 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr.

The full range of artistic endeavors--by Rowan students, faculty, and guests--is on display with the spring 2015 schedule of events presented by the College of Performing Arts and Rowan University Art Gallery.
Four Rowan University seniors have produced a documentary that tells the story of a young Navy quartermaster's journey through some of the most pivotal moments of World War II. Now, the 20-minute documentary, Change of Tides: The William Roberts Story, will debut on Friday, Jan. 16, at Flemington DIY, 90 Main Street, Flemington. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The screening starts at 7 p.m. Admission is free. An informal question-and-answer session with the filmmakers will follow the screening.

The Rowan University Board of Trustees has approved two new board members for the South Jersey Technology Park (SJTP) in Mantua Township.

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