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For the first time since losing his right leg during a 2004 mission in Iraq, Army veteran Hilbert Caesar can ride a mountain bike outside, due to the work of six students led by the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering and Quality of Life Plus.
Rowan University's Senior Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion joined a select group of leaders from industry, the media, medicine, finance and the U.S. military May 19 when she received a Moves Magazine Diversity Award.
Appearing during a special program at the Rohrer College of Business, Wawa chief executive feeds hungry minds and bodies.
Changes in the development of Purkinje cells in the brain could affect behavior, but it's not known how. Research is underway to find the answer. Meet Dr. Ileana Soto-Reyes, molecular biologist.
The Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM) has received a three-year, $550,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice - Office ...
Rowan researchers are working to pinpoint the best ways to print equipment parts for the military, using materials that are sustainable and able to withstand extreme conditions.
Twelve Rowan University students headed to the Big Apple last month for the first in-person National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference in three years. They brought home a “Distinguished Delegation” award, the second highest honor presented to a participating team.
On Wednesday, May 11, Rowan University conferred Doctor of Medicine degrees to 100 graduates of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.
Sustainability researcher Naohiro Fujinuma's hooding ceremony on the University Green formally marked the culmination of years spent tackling a difficult question: how to best convert carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide—and help save the planet.
An alumnus and longtime major Rowan University donor, Ric Edelman gave graduates of the college that bears his name a book that may shape their financial health for years to come.