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Rowan University’s Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, in collaboration with the divisions of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, will sponsor a five-part virtual series to address the national unrest that has followed the May 25 killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis by police.
Joshua Davis, from Swedesboro, New Jersey, is one of four students nationally recognized for their work in the field of analytical chemistry.
An entrepreneurial group of Rowan students created ChronoCare, a company whose first product would be smartphone and computer software to instantly update medical professionals with a variety of data, including standards of treatment for sepsis and changing government protocols.
Rowan University is a community whose values compel us to stand up for the vulnerable, the voiceless, the rejected. This week, the University’s Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) is continuing its vital work by hosting virtual discussions about systematic racism and oppression and the steps we are taking to disrupt hate.
In response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Rowan University researchers are exploring answers to questions on everything from the effects of social distancing on older people to the possible mechanics behind the increased incidence of stroke among coronavirus patients.
Rowan engineers are examining ways to improve artificial intelligence systems and machine learning algorithms that lie at the heart of modern technology.
With their strong educational foundations, some helpful online teaching tools, support from their cooperating teachers, and a whole lot of creativity, Rowan University students completing their clinical teaching practice rose up and made the most of their student teaching experiences…for their students and themselves.
Senior students from Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) have created an innovative program in which they communicate back and forth between intensive care unit (ICU) physicians at Cooper University Hospital and patients’ families.
Two Rowan Radio programs won awards in the organization’s 14th annual competition.
Dear Rowan students,\r\nUsually at this time of year, we are eager for summer because it’s a welcome break. This year, many of us already ar...