Student Academic Achievement

Student Academic Achievement

Staff members from Rowan University's student newspaper, The Whit, won several awards in the New Jersey College Newspaper competition, sponsored by the New Jersey Press Foundation.  The contest recognized the writing, photography, and artistic abilities of Whit staffers.

Senior sociology majors Danielle Larsen and Jordan Ortiz are making important strides--large and small--about disability awareness in Rowan University's classrooms, in campus activities, in their work in the community, and even on the playing field.

Jenna Vastano of Lacey Township is living proof that chasing big dreams is a way to earn big rewards. The 22-year-old Rowan University senior mechanical engineering major with an ambitious goal and an impressive resume of professional engineering society involvement has won the prestigious Jerry Kilby Memorial Scholarship for 2010. 

Rowan University engineering graduate student Richard Jassel received one of 50 prestigious grants from the National Science Foundation International Research and Education in Engineering to spend the summer researching augmented reality at Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing. Now back at Rowan, his thesis project continues to explore and enhance this technology.

For the second consecutive year, the Rowan Television Network (RTN) has received three Telly Awards in recognition of its original programming.

When the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) needed help, Rowan University's award-winning radio station answered the call.

Rowan University junior Kimberly M. Ciesla has been elected to the National Committee of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).

Many of the 2,311 undergraduate students who are earning their bachelor's degrees from Rowan University on Friday, May 14, have interesting stories to share.

Health & Exercise Science major Jonathan McGuire will begin a 10-month Fulbright Program teaching assistantship in Mongolia in August.

Phong Trinh, who came to the U.S. just seven years ago, has accepted a full ride to the doctoral chemistry program at USC.

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