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Physician, educator and researcher, Richard Jermyn, D.O., assumes permanent role following tenure as interim dean.
Rowan University, the fourth fastest-growing public research institution in the nation, and Taylor & Francis, a leading international publisher, have announced a new, three-year Read & Publish Agreement.
In total, Rowan received more than $800,000 in new awards from NJHF, which supports research, community health and social service programs at New Jersey institutions each year.
Rowan University is among the top 10 National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded institutions in New Jersey for fiscal year 2023.
Healthcare executive and Rowan University alumnus Joseph C. Cosgrove ’00 was appointed to the University’s Board of Trustees during its April 10 meeting.
Rowan University highlighted research, innovation and creative inquiry across the institution’s campuses during this year’s Rowan Research Days at the Chamberlain Student Center.
The certificate will provide students a base of knowledge in personal selling, sales force management, business-to-business marketing, persuasion and social influence, interpersonal communication, and nonverbal communication.
Matthew Conway of Haddon Township and Madeline “Maddy” Dunsmore of Mantua Township have received the prestigious 2024 Goldwater Scholarship. They are two of only 64 students in engineering and materials research nationally to earn the award.
A team of engineers at Rowan University has developed novel technology for fabricating aligned nanofibers in continuous rolls of material. The material can be used for a broad range of applications, from filtration and sensors, to fuel cells and regenerative tissue engineering in the body.
On Monday, Aprill 22, the College of Performing Arts will recognize graduating seniors for their exceptional performance with Medallion Awards. Medall...