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Titled “Knowledge is Power,” a new, $1 million bronze sculpture by world-renowned artist Zenos Frudakis will be unveiled during a ceremony on Friday, Nov. 21, at 1:30 p.m. outside James Hall, the home of Rowan’s College of Education.
PROFtoberfest, Rowan's largest Homecoming celebration ever, resembled a giant family reunion as an estimated 3,000 people—alumni, students, faculty and staff—came together on campus. More than 1,600 alumni officially pre-registered for the whirlwind weekend.
Psychologist and therapist Dan Gottlieb and Gloucester County Freeholder Adam Taliaferro will bring stories of inspiration and resilience to Rowan University the week of Oct. 27 during the University’s annual observance of Disability Awareness Week.
Amelia, her brother, Jack, and their parents, Cindy and Andrew

Amelia Thompson’s Rowan University resume is brimming with art classes, swimming lessons, shows in the Edelman Planetarium in Science Hall, and annual visits to the Chamberlain Student Center

#RowanPROUD Glassboro family, Bill and Rita Capelli
Members of Rowan’s Homecoming Committee are looking for Glassboro residents who exude both Glassboro—and Prof—pride. “#RowanPROUD in the ’Boro: A Contest for Glassboro Families” is asking Glassboro families to explain, in 500 words or less, why they love Rowan University.
Through Rowan Proud in the ’Boro: A Contest for Glassboro Families, Rowan University’s Homecoming committee is looking to identify the borough family that exudes the most Prof pride.
Besides incoming members of the new freshman class, the Rowan University students most excited for the start of the new school year might just be members of the Profs fall sports teams.
The New Jersey Governor’s Council on Autism awarded a $394,200 two-year grant to Dr. MaryLouise Kerwin, the chairperson of the Department of Psychology at Rowan University, to research parent-implemented treatment for autism in young children
Fifty-two rising high school juniors and seniors will gain exposure to careers in science and technology—and develop college readiness and leadership skills--during Rowan University’s Aim High Science and Technology Program this summer.
The University is redesigning parking on the main Glassboro campus to make way for major construction projects including a second academic building for the College of Engineering (CoE) and a new home for the Rohrer College of Business (RCoB).

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