Rowan Today


Examining past climate trends to predict the future. Meet Gerald Rustic, geologist.
Hosted by the Department of Writing Arts, the contest will award monetary prizes and an Emerging Writers Scholarship to the overall winner.
Researchers from Rowan University’s Center for Research & Education in Advanced Transportation Engineering Systems (CREATES) are developing an efficient, cost-effective, electrically heated pavement system designed to melt away snow and ice from roadways and airfields.
Tickets are available for the 5th annual National Dog Show Therapy Dog Symposium at Rowan University, a daylong event Friday, Dec. 8, for therapy dog handlers, health care experts, researchers and people who simply love dogs.
Four Rowan University inventors developed a sustainable method for increasing the use of recycled asphalt pavements. Their work has been recognized by the Research and Development Council of New Jersey.
Rowan researchers are exploring new drug combinations to effectively treat pain without harmful side effects.
For poet Ana Blandiana, the pen indeed proved mightier than the sword – and the rifle, the prison system and a brutal Communist regime.
Rowan researchers are working with Army Corps engineers to develop innovative construction technologies and materials for cold regions impacted by climate change.
Melissa Manners, Ph.D., is investigating what occurs in the brain during chronic stress, which may point to better understanding how to reduce inflammation and, ultimately, how to improve mental health outcomes.
We understand that, as the semester winds down and the holidays quickly approach, many students feel additional pressure, stress and anxiety. We want you to know that you are a part of a caring community and support is available.