Admissions: Accomplished

Admissions: Accomplished

A first-generation college student, Daniel Offenbacker earned his bachelor’s degree in economics. Graduating in three years with high honors, he's off to a fellowship in finance in the graduate program at Villanova University.
Three students in Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business have each received a $6,000 scholarship from the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Rowan University paleontologist Ken Lacovara enticed his audience to dig deeper into their knowledge and understanding of the Earth—its ancient past and its unsettled future--during his TED Talk earlier this semester in Vancouver. Lacovara was the first Rowan professor invited to deliver a TED Talk.
The College of Communication & Creative Arts (CCCA) held its fourth annual Student Awards Ceremony and Showcase April 16, a celebration of crea
Film professor Jonathan Olshefski’s ten-year movie project documenting the life of a North Philadelphia family will soon come to PBS. Now in post-production, Olshefski’s Quest: the Fury and the Sound, has been awarded a post-production grant through The Independent Television Service (ITVS), which funds, presents, and promotes documentaries and dramas on public television and cable, often for PBS.
Rowan University’s Commencement May 9-13 promises to be even brighter and shinier than in years past, our biggest celebration ever.
At Rowan University, entrepreneurship isn’t just for business students. Nor should it be, says Rohrer College of Business (RCB) Dean Sue Lehrman.
WGLS-FM alumna Jennifer O’Donnell will be honored by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation with a Gracie Award June 21 in New York.
In all the hustle and bustle of the day, we sometimes miss all the great stories happening all around us. The Strategic Priorities Council reviewed more than three dozen stories about Rowan that had appeared in the press over the fall semester and then asked the University community to vote for those which it thought best described the breadth, depth, and energy of what Rowan University is today. The survey was a great success, more than 2,600 votes were cast! Below are our TOP 10 stories—with a few ties at the end.
Someday, awards granted during the annual Rowan University RTF Media Fest might be called the Rowies. Or maybe the Bozzies.