The last 24 hours have been a trying time for the University community. As you may know, at about noon yesterday a male student fell from the parking garage on Rowan Boulevard near the Barnes & Noble Bookstore. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. Last night, more than 75 students and staff had an important discussion about wellness issues, resources and professionals we have in place to help students. The discussion encouraged everyone to speak openly of mental health issues so Rowan can continue to address students’ concerns about wellbeing. This is a conversation we will keep pursuing as we face what has been a national crisis.
In Rowan's Center for Behavior Analysis, professors and students use behavior analysis--the use of scientific principles to explain and change behavior--to assist children and adults.
World-renowned TV host, author, special effects expert, animator, graphic designer, carpenter, set designer, toy maker, welder and scenic painter – will soon have another descriptor: Rowan Commencement keynote speaker.
More than 150 medical students from across the Philadelphia region took part in the 5th Annual Racism in Medicine (RIMC) Conference, held recently at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU). The summit, organized and led this year by CMSRU medical student volunteers, aimed to educate future healthcare professionals about intersectional social issues that affect healthcare. The theme of this year’s RIMC was “Immigrant and Minority Health.”
Rowan University is on its way to establishing an esports program. “It really is an area that encompasses everything…arts and science and engineering and mathematics and coding,” Rowan President Ali A. Houshmand said. “That’s the beauty of it.”
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) received the 2019 Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Engagement at the Association of American Medical Colleges’ (AAMC) annual meeting, held in November in Phoenix, Ariz.
The Philadelphia Business Journal has named Rowan President Ali A. Houshmand to its prestigious Power 100 List, “a guide to the region's most influential people.”
Professor James Grinias has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to work on a project to advance a greener chromatography technique.
The state Board of Public Utilities today awarded Rowan University a two-year, $100,000 grant to study how to best expand electric vehicle infrastructure to underserved communities in New Jersey.
As more than 100 future engineers looked on, representatives from the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering on Tuesday, Nov. 19, teamed up with members of the state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (NJDMVA) and the New Jersey Army National Guard (NJARNG) to officially cut the ribbon on a new Sustainable Facilities Laboratory at Rowan University.