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David MacMillan, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in chemistry, captivated an audience of students and faculty with his personal story of a life in research.
Broadcast Education Association to award honorees in Las Vegas this spring.
As Rowan University’s spring sports teams prepare for their 2024 season, here’s a look at each squad.
A founding partner and the current managing partner of the law firm Moustakas Nelson LLC in Haddonfield, Moustakas is a member of the bar in New Jersey and New York who has long made service a personal and professional focus.
With support from the National Institutes of Health, Rowan University researchers are using a new genetic tool that targets specific cells and regions of the brain to better understand its social behavior network.
Deciphering history during Black History Month. That was the goal when more than 100 students, faculty and staff took part in a nationwide transcribe-a-thon for letters to Frederick Douglass.
Bobby Ferro always had hope and strength, traits that never left him even after he was diagnosed, at 17, with a brain tumor.
Educational experts from around the state explored the benefits and barriers of regionalization during “School Regionalization in New Jersey: Issues, Opportunities and Challenges,” a conference presented by the Steve Sweeney Center for Public Policy at Rowan University.
Film prof's story centers on a Native American family but is in many ways universal – about family, love, the rhythm of life – set amid the joys and sorrows of the reservation.
Study illuminated the ways in which residents relate to city parks, take advantage of them, and, in some cases, avoid them.