Student Academic Achievement

Student Academic Achievement

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney will be the keynote speaker at Rowan University\'s 88th undergraduate commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17, at 10 a.m. on the Glassboro campus\' University Green

Rowan University’s Anthony J. Fulginiti Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)—which has won more national awards that any other chapter in the United States—picked up two more honors at the PRSSA National Conference held last month in San Francisco.

Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM won three awards at the 2012 Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Greater Philadelphia Chapter awards competition.

Programming produced by Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM has been honored by both the New Jersey Broadcasters Association (NJBA) and the Philadelphia Press Association (PPA).

On June 17, Rowan University will mark the 20th anniversary of the transformational $100 million gift that Burlington County businessman and philanthropist Henry Rowan and his late wife, Betty, pledged in 1992 to then-Glassboro State College (GSC).

Rowan University's student newspaper, The Whit, won several awards in the New Jersey College Newspaper competition, sponsored by the New Jersey Press Association.

Rowan University public relations and journalism major Darrah Foster of Glassboro received the Anne Sceia Klein Award for Professional Promise at the Public Relations Society of America's (PRSA) Pepperpot Awards held recently in Philadelphia.

Six productions by students in Rowan University's College of Communication have been named national finalists in the 2011 Student Production Awards competition presented by College Broadcasters Inc. (CBI).

"Rowan University--Building a Boulevard," a student-produced radio documentary, won first place in a statewide competition sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists.

The word “engineering” brings to mind a variety of images. Some people think of buildings and bridges, others robots, still others laboratories full of beakers and Petri dishes. For most people, engineering doesn’t conjure up images of soccer balls or lacrosse sticks. Most people, though, haven’t met the Rowan University College of Engineering’s outstanding student-athletes. These students, said Dr. Jennifer Kadlowec, associate professor of mechanical engineering, are “at the top of their sports and at the top of their class.”