Once again, we as a society and as a University community must grapple with the tragic loss of a Black man who, according to authorities, died following a brutal beating at the hands of Memphis police officers during a traffic stop. The loss of another human life in such a senseless way affects us all.
Soviet-era archives reveal how shadow economies were critical to living in a repressive dictatorship. Meet Dr. James Heinzen, historian.
John H. Martinson thought he was attending a student reception and dinner in the Chamberlain Student Center dining hall. And then, to the philanthropi...
The United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship names Rowan’s Dr. Eric Liguori Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year and honors Dr. Susana Santos with its Award for Excellence in Social Entrepreneurship Scholarship.
Starting Jan. 28, Rowan University’s Division of Global Learning and Partnerships (Rowan Global) will offer a course to prep students for a potentially lucrative career in real estate.
Professor Jonathan Olshefski, whose film “QUEST” garnered Emmy award nominations for Best Documentary and Best Social Issue Documentary, receives major grant through a subsidiary of the prestigious Ford Foundation to support his next project, a multi-generational story about a Native American family.
Program developed as an initiative of the campus Affordability Task Force, encouraging faculty to move from traditional bound textbooks to free, online study materials, in a University-wide effort to save students money.
Jemison, the first Black woman astronaut, led Rowan University’s 37th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Breakfast & Day of Service January 16 with an address that was both fully grounded and astronomical.
Thirty officers from 25 South Jersey police departments learned how to write effective grant proposals during a two-day course at Rowan University that was developed in concert with Congressman Andy Kim's office.
The College of Performing Arts continues the 22|23 series this spring, packed with performances from talented faculty and students, guest artists and ...