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At the first-ever Student Success Summit, campus professionals outlined resources available to students—from success coaching and career advancement to tutoring, accessibility services, mental health services and more.
Dr. Rachel Riley and her team are working develop lipid nanoparticles as vaccine platforms to treat pediatric AML, the second most common type of pediatric cancer.
While NASA’s Perseverance rover is hard at work exploring Mars hundreds of millions of miles from Earth, a 1/10th scale model has found a temporary home at the Edelman Planetarium! The “Roving with Perseverance” collection will be on display in the Science Hall atrium from late September through mid-March 2023.
As Iran’s people continue to struggle, I’m reminded more and more of how fortunate we are to live in a country where the government—flawed as it may be—is expected to honor individuals and individual freedom in the pursuit of a stronger national community.
U.S. News & World Report released its annual Best College rankings Sept. 12, again placing Rowan University among the top 100 public national universities in America.
NJBIZ has released its list of New Jersey’s top education leaders, naming Rowan University President Ali A. Houshmand #3 and Cooper Medical School of Rowan University Dean Annette Reboli #6 out of the top ten in New Jersey and Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine Dean Thomas Cavalieri among the top 50.
We have received questions relating to recent notifications to the Rowan University community about sexual assaults. We are hoping to share information about sexual assault and available resources to help our students. Rowan University is committed to the prevention and adjudication of sexual assault, sexual misconduct, and other inappropriate behavior. Concerns, crimes, and violations of the Student Code of Conduct that have been brought to our attention are under investigation by the Department of Public Safety, the Glassboro Police Department, and OSEC (Student Life). The victims in these matters have been offered services from various departments on campus, including Public Safety and the Wellness Center.
Promising research may lead to a treatment for sepsis and other severe inflammatory responses to infection. Meet Dr. Kingsley Yin, pharmacologist and immunologist.
Thanks to thorough investigative work by Rowan University Police, the third suspect in the racial incident at Holly Pointe Commons has been identified and banned from campus, along with the other two perpetrators. None are Rowan students. As we shared last week, the individual who wrote the racial slur has been charged with harassment and will have his case adjudicated in Glassboro Municipal Court. All three suspects will face legal consequences if caught trespassing on Rowan University property.
For 50 years, Rowan University’s William G. Rohrer College of Business has followed a model of industry for the greater good, just like its namesake did.