Admissions: Accomplished

Admissions: Accomplished

His resume brimming with honors, political science major Cameron Hudson is gearing up for a career in public service.
Fraternal twins Kim and April Barnum, both students at RowanSOM, are preparing to take different paths for the first time as they begin residencies in family medicine.
Richard Heggan walked away from a business career to pursue his true calling: teaching.
Legally blind, Sena Pottackal runs around campus on four-inch heels--and is graduating with her bachelor's degree in public relations, with highest honors.
Bole Humanitarian Award recipient Karlee Henderson is bound for Cooper Medical School of Rowan University as she pursues her dream of becoming a pediatrician. She graduated summa cum laude with two degrees.
As she prepares to accept her bachelor’s degree from the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering on Tuesday, May 12, Tarynn Huitt, a native of a small town in Missouri, heads off to a high-profile job with the Dow Chemical Company’s Louisiana Operations.
Jesse Novak became the first Rowan swimmer in nearly 40 years—and only the second swimmer in the program’s history--to win two Division III titles when he won both the 50 freestyle and the 100 freestyle at the NCAA Division III Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Shenandoah, Texas.
Sixty-six Rowan students--seven of them female--will publicly shave their heads during St. Baldrick's Day as they vie to raise $45,000 in one night for pediatric cancer research.
Rowan University alumnus Jay Gould, an internet entrepreneur and angel investor , will discuss his experiences as a young entrepreneur as part of the Rohrer Lecture Series at Rowan University on Wednesday, March 25, at 3:30 p.m. in Room 107 of Bunce Hall on Glassboro campus.
The Rowan Radio documentary “Online Dating: There’s an App for That?” will be honored by the Alliance For Women In Media Foundation with a prestigious Gracie Award.