Student Academic Achievement

Student Academic Achievement

The world needs educational leaders, in all realms, who are passionate advocates for underserved populations, University of Pennsylvania Professor Shaun Harper told graduates of the College of Education during their Commencement ceremony.
With an entrepreneurial spirit, Smeet Bhimani is determined to work for innovation and change in medical fields.
Nicolette Camishion grew as an engineer--and as a campus leader--during her Rowan years.
A scientific researcher, writer and musician, Erica Avery is bound for the doctoral program in cellular and molecular physiology at Johns Hopkins University.
With a business mindset, management and entrepreneurship major Carly Samuels led student initiatives that raised more than $100,000 for six charities in just two years.
Graduating with degrees in psychology and Spanish, Cindy Rubiano-Gomez is intent on becoming a translator for the United Nations.
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.
Three! Two! One! R-r-r-rip! It felt almost like New Year’s Eve, as more than 40 fourth-year medical students – and hundreds of supporters – loudly counted down in the airy lobby of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) in Camden. Instantly, the students tore open thin white envelopes that would reveal which medical residency program had accepted them – and where they’ll spend the next three to seven years, depending on their specialty.
Rowan among several area colleges and universities whose active emails, phone calls and in-person counseling are helping students stay on track.