Over the past week, the Centers for Disease Control and Gov. Murphy have issued pandemic-related recommendations. With less than a month before classes begin on the main campus, it is important to reiterate Rowan’s position on safety protocols and requirements.
Earlier today, Governor Murphy and New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli strongly recommended that both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents wear masks indoors when there is increased risk of transmitting COVID-19. Today’s guidance keeps in place the existing requirement for unvaccinated individuals to wear a mask indoors at all times. As always, vaccinated individuals – employees, students, vendors and guests – are welcome to wear a mask. We encourage everyone to respect and support each other’s decisions and share the University’s commitment to a healthy community.
Rowan University students build resumes through a wide variety of in-person and virtual internships, gaining next-level experience to launch promising careers. Rowan has long emphasized hands-on experiential learning -- the kind that leads to jobs -- and the following students are but a fraction of the many completing internships for credit this summer.
The New Jersey Hospital Association has honored CMSRU Professor of Medicine R. Phillip Dellinger, MD, with its Lifetime Achievement, Clinical Excellence Award.
Charlene Williams, PhD, professor of biomedical sciences and the very first biomedical science faculty member hired to teach at CMSRU, has now become CMSRU's first faculty member with emeritus status.
Faculty and students from Rowan University’s Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering and its Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Institute recently showcased Rowan’s research in sustainable polymers on an international stage.
The sun was high and hot as stonemason Thea Alvin and her crew, some of them student interns, set Pennsylvania fieldstone into a rough outline and “Time Sweeps,” Rowan University’s latest public art project, began to rise from the dusty earth.
Rowan kicks off the new Dance Studio Management Certificate Program this summer, offering the opportunity to learn how to run a professional studio of one’s own.
South Jersey urban and rural high school students whose academics were impacted by COVID-19 will receive support and guidance as they prepare for college thanks to a $1.5 million grant to Rowan University.
A message from President Ali Houshmand: I had the pleasure of a phone call with New York Times bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell recently as part of his popular podcast series, Revisionist History. Gladwell asked some hard questions about higher education rankings which, funnily enough, turned into a conversation about hot sauce.