Campus leaders Liz Palmer, Jessica Prach and Kristen Brozina have used their involvment in activities and academic excellence to gain admission to the graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania.
Student Academic Achievement
Two public affairs programs produced by the staff of Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM have received awards from the Garden State Journalists Association.
Two documentaries produced by Rowan University students have received awards at the 2010 Greater Philadelphia Student Film Festival.
Senior Chanelle Wilson has landed a prestigious Fulbright Program scholarship to South Africa.
For scores of Rowan University students, summer work isn't about laboring on the Boardwalk. For them, summer means taking advantage of internship opportunities that give them a real advantage in their chosen fields as they work toward their degrees.
Congratulations graduates, family and friends! Check out some truly remarkable graduates including a NASA scholarship winner, a computer science graduate after only two years and Rowan's first harp major.
Joseph Foley, a sophomore management major from Marlton, won first place in the Rowan University Rohrer College of Business' Elevator Pitch Contest on Friday, April 17.
Five student finalist teams competed in the final round of the Business Plan Competition held by the Rowan University Rohrer College of Business on Saturday, April 18, and fall 2008 entrepreneurship graduate Jeremy Smith of Clayton came out on top.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM received one grand prize award and one honorable mention award during the National Broadcasting Society/Alpha Epsilon Rho (NBS/AERho) 18th Annual National Student Audio/Video Scriptwriting and 46th Annual Audio/Video Production Awards Competition ceremony at the LaGuardia Crowne Plaza Hotel in New York City last month. This is the first time WGLS-FM has won in this competition.
For the eight consecutive year, The American Institute of Physics' Society of Physics Students (SPS) has named Rowan University's group an Outstanding SPS Chapter for 2007-2008, a title given to only 55 of the approximately 1,000 chapters.