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After being sidelined for 18 months due to COVID-19, open houses are back at Rowan University. And Admissions Ambassadors couldn't be more thrilled.
Earlier this month, CMSRU officially welcomed its new first-year students into the profession of medicine during the Class of 2025 White Coat Ceremony. “You have chosen to enter medicine during a global pandemic and your attitudes will be forever shaped by this profound experience,” said Annette C. Reboli, MD, dean of CMSRU, during her opening remarks. “Our job over the next four years is to help you become the person who fills your white coat with the attitudes and skills worth of our noble profession.”
Run entirely by students, Saxbys Cafe, which held its grand opening on Tuesday, Sept. 21 in Business Hall, is the first Saxbys Experiential Learning Platform (E.L.P.) Café in New Jersey.
Rowan University this month joined a select group of colleges and universities nationwide recognized for their commitment to equality and opportunity for everyone.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Rowan University’s undergraduate engineering program among the top 20 in the nation for 2022 in the magazine’s much-watched “Best Colleges” issue.
Annette C. Reboli, MD, dean of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, announced today the appointments of Amit R. T. Joshi, MD, FACS, as associate dean for graduate medical education (GME) and Andrew Nyce, MD, as assistant dean for GME.
Free PCR testing is once again available to members of the Rowan University community who are asymptomatic for COVID-19.
Leading higher education ranking organizations cite University in best-of lists released this week.
Traditional ceremony welcomes the Rowan community to celebrate its newest academic building on the Glassboro campus.
A message from President Houshmand: As our nation marks September 11 tomorrow, I hope you’ll take some time to reflect and remember the thousands of lives lost so tragically 20 years ago. Two of our alumni, Daphne Pouletsos ’76 and Lance Tumulty ’92, died at Two World Trade Center. It is our honor, as their alma mater family, to remember them. It is our duty to be thoughtful of those left behind—their loved ones, the more than 6,000 injured and millions more forever marked by what happened.