Events

Events

Approximately 700 graduate and undergraduate students happily endured intermittent spritzing rain to celebrate their graduation from Rowan University’s College of Science & Mathematics during Commencement ceremonies on Thursday, May 11.
Commencement speaker and 2007 Rowan University alumna Amanda Ashworth urged members of the graduating class of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences and the School of Earth & Environment to stay committed to writing the stories of their own lives.
Over four days—from Tuesday, May 9, to Friday, May 12—graduates will be cheered by family members, friends, and their proud Rowan University family as they walk across the stage at the University’s iconic Bunce Hall to accept their degrees.
Nearly 1,600 Rowan students, all in matching purple shirts, are gearing up to tackle more than 190 service projects for their Borough of Glassboro neighbors during the annual "Back to the ’Boro" service project on Sunday, April 23.
A hero’s sendoff for two retiring K-9 officers, forensic demonstrations and a vehicular homicide crash simulation will help mark the annual celebration of Law & Justice Day at Rowan University on Monday, April 10, from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on the University Green off Whitney Avenue.
On March 25, Rowan University’s Academic Success Center & Disability Resources will host a daylong College Prep Transition Conference designed to help students with disabilities and their families learn about resources available to address those challenges.
Before a capacity crowd at Rowan University, presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin recounted how her position at age 24 as a White House fellow working directly for President Lyndon Johnson ignited her passion to learn about America’s presidents as real people.
World renowned presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, whose best-selling, critically acclaimed work has focused on the Roosevelts, the Kennedys, Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon B. Johnson, among others, will discuss presidential leadership in a lecture on Monday, Feb. 20, at Rowan University.
As a capacity crowd of students, faculty, alumni, business leaders and supporters looked on, Rowan University leaders and state officials joined together to cut the ribbon on the new, $63.2 million home of the William G. Rohrer College of Business.
A new era in business education at Rowan University will be ushered in on Wednesday, Jan. 18, when the new $63.2 million home of the William G. Rohrer College of Business (RCB) is officially dedicated.