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Funding to maximize the potential of Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine’s new campus at Rowan College of South Jersey-Gloucester including in the training of future physicians and improving health care for residents in southern New Jersey.
While Rowan University engineers and scientists are developing ways to mitigate COVID-19 and measure its long-term effects, faculty members in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences are working together to help us better understand—and document—the pandemic.
Rowan University has been selected to host the 2024 NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship, with the semifinal and final rounds to be held at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium.
The National Dog Show Therapy Dog Symposium returns to Rowan University virtually in November.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that every year 2.8 million or more Americans develop antibiotic-resistant infections, leading to death in more than 35,000 cases. A Rowan researcher recently landed a $1.8 million grant to fund research that may lead to new solutions.
This Monday brings the first of many traditional fall and winter days when we may be off from school and work. We all need these breaks for well-being. However, New Jersey’s COVID-19 numbers are rising again, partly because of more indoor activity and casual contact in social and family gatherings.
Rowan University researchers and their partners at Sekisui Chemical have figured out how to efficiently convert a greenhouse gas into useful materials that can be sold to make new products like plastics.
With local, state and national elections just weeks away, it's critical that students make sure they vote where they are registered.
In recognition of his innovative, entrepreneurial approach to leading Rowan University, President Ali A. Houshmand has been named Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year by the New Jersey Business Immigration Coalition, a partnership of the state’s leading business organizations.
Rowan University’s ASCEND program has partnered with the Greater Philadelphia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, a coalition of regional college and university educators whose work is to increase access to a four-year STEM degree.