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As the coronavirus continues across the nation, Rowan will offer courses in four different modes of delivery. As was the case in the fall, nearly 4,000 students will live on campus this semester.
Following a year like no other, Rowan University held a Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration like no other Jan. 18 as participants logged in for an online program hosted by 6ABC news anchor Rick Williams and featuring Hostin, an Emmy Award-winning journalist, author, lawyer and TV host.
Following strict state guidelines, the Rowan Medicine Vaccination Center in Stratford may provide COVID-19 vaccines by appointment only.
The United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship last week named Dr. Eric Liguori, William G. Rohrer Chair of Entrepreneurship in...
Rowan University is committed to returning as an on-campus living and learning environment for the Spring 2021 semester. As always, the health and saf...
Students heading back to Rowan University’s campus this spring will be required to complete COVID-19 testing before they return.
We have a story like no other, including being named the nation’s fourth fastest-growing public research university for the second year in a row.
Dr. James Grinias is exploring new, two-dimensional liquid chromatography techniques to advance the way scientists separate molecules found in chemical mixtures.
From Art to Engineering and from Music to Medicine, Rowan University faculty and students are adopting an entrepreneurial mindset to achieve goals both inside the classroom and long after students complete their degree.
In his year-end message to the community, President Houshmand celebrates the many Rowan accomplishments during the uniquely challenging past year and previews some exciting developments to come.