Student Academic Achievement

Student Academic Achievement

A documentary production team from Rowan University has placed third in the nation in a student documentary competition sponsored by the Broadcast Education Association (BEA).

Two Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM broadcasts placed second and third in The Broadcast Education Association's (BEA) National Audio Student Competition.

Rowan University student Greg Richter of Burlington City has been named the inaugural recipient of the Anne Sceia Klein Award for Professional Promise.

Rowan student Elizabeth Palmer serves on Rowan's Board of Trustees.

Christina Marcus, of Westfield, a senior dual public relations and journalism major and advertising minor at Rowan University, was awarded the Norman S. Fenichel, APR Scholarship at the 2008 Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference in Detroit.

Brianna Rozzi, of Freehold, a junior dual advertising and public relations major and political science minor at Rowan University, was awarded the Codispoti Technology Grant at the 2008 Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference.

Amy Ovsiew, of Piscataway, was recognized with two awards at the annual Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) conference in Detroit.

Elizabeth Palmer, 20, a junior political science major, became the youngest student trustee elected to the University’s Board of Trustees (BOT) in June 2007. Although she maintains a hectic schedule -- where she splits her time between BOT, school and work -- her life remains both interesting and exciting.

An integrated marketing communication plan for Rowan University's Study Abroad Program has landed three Rowan students a top national award.The students, all dual advertising and public relations majors, were awarded first place in the projects category by the Heritage Valley Region of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).

The Rowan University Department of Computer Science, Software Engineering, Graphics, and Visualization Research Group (SEGV) has been recognized by the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) with the 2008 Northeast Regional University Award.

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