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Starting this fall, Rowan University will offer a new Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning.
Registered nurses balancing work with their studies at Rowan University found themselves on the front lines of the pandemic last semester. Their experiences in hospitals, nursing homes and clinics tested their resiliency.
How are Black physics students impacted by campus closures across the country? And how can universities better support them?
Members of Rowan University’s Class of 2024 now have the option to begin their studies online through Rowan@Home, a new program designed to give students flexibility and convenience as they pursue their bachelor’s degrees.
While the COVID-19 pandemic calls for continued flexibility with regard to safety protocols and decision making, here’s a breakdown of how the return to campus is expected to impact academics, student life, and health and wellness at Rowan University.
Rowan University’s five-part interactive series, “We Are Not OK: Injustice, Action and Healing,” concluded with a call for greater dialogue between student and school groups, police, faith leaders, government officials and others interested in racial justice and equity.
When it comes to serving and connecting with students, it’s full speed ahead at Rowan University this summer.
Due to SAT and ACT scheduling problems related to the COVID-19 outbreak, Rowan is adopting a test-optional admissions policy for 2021.
Carrying signs saying “Black Lives Matter,” “Silence is not an option,” “No Justice, No Peace” and “It could be me,” among other messages, 300 Rowan University students and staff, plus external community members, led a peaceful protest through the University’s Glassboro campus to honor Black lives that have been lost due to police brutality and to fight for change to end systemic racism and oppression.
The New Jersey Department of Education today announced the launch of a five-year initiative in which Rowan University and Special Olympics New Jersey will expand a program where students with and without disabilities play sports together on a level playing field as peers, teammates and classmates.