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Grammy Award-winning bass player Bakithi Kumalo, who lent his distinct sound to Paul Simon’s landmark “Graceland” album, will present “Have Courage, Take Chances” at Rowan University on Thursday, Oct. 11.
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) is hosting a major, Rowan university-wide biomedical- and bioengineering- focused research symposium at its Camden, N.J., school on Tuesday, October 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Funded by a $3.4 million U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) grant, Rowan University will provide support for U.S. Army initiatives in the stark Arctic region more than 2,600 miles away from the main campus in Glassboro, New Jersey.

Storm surges, heavy precipitation, flooding and high winds – hurricanes are costly disasters that pose major risks to people, their communities and their infrastructure.

New Jersey may not be in the direct path of Hurricane Florence, but Shore areas – especially back bay sections of Atlantic City, Ocean City and Long Beach Island – can expect potential damage form the hurricane, which forecasters anticipate will devastate the Carolinas and elsewhere.
Students and faculty in the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering (HMRCOE) at Rowan University are extending their focus beyond lab settings and learning how to commercialize their inventions through participation in the National Science Foundation (NSF) I-Corps program.
Rowan University has been named a Special Olympics Unified Champion School, a distinction reserved for the most elite and successful Unified Sports programs in the nation.
ACE Fellow Dr. Howard G. Brown spends Fall 2018 semester at Rowan
Dr. Howard G.
The U.S. News & Word Report Best Colleges edition for 2019 has ranked Rowan University tied for 171st place among national universities, based on 16 measures of academic quality.
Photo "Church" from the Second annual President’s Student Art Showcase in Bole Hall

In what is fast becoming a tradition, works of art created by Rowan students are gracing the lobby and halls of Bole Administration Building, just outside the President’s Office, and at Presi

State Senate President Steve Sweeney presents proclamation to Rose Glassberg.
Dr. Rose Glassberg, a lifelong educator and longtime union leader who retired from Glassboro State College in 1991 but who never really left, was recognized for more than 50 years of service to the University Sept. 5 during a luncheon in her honor.
Due to predicted inclement weather on Friday, Sept. 7, the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at Rowan University will host its 6th annual Engineering Carnival on Friday, Sept. 14, from noon to 3 p.m. on the Rowan Hall Green off Bowe Boulevard in Glassboro. Students are invited to enjoy an afternoon with the College of Engineering faculty, staff and alumni as they officially welcome the Class of 2022.
RTF Prof. Keith Brand assumes endowed King chair
Prof. Keith Brand, in his second three-year term as chair of the Department of Radio, Television & Film in the College of Communication & Creative Arts, this semester also assumes the endowed King chair.
Welcome Weekend 2018

Like a warm ocean breeze, summer break came and went, ushering in academic year 2018-19 and all of its promise of educational and personal growth.

Just as sure as the start of the fall semester, rankings organizations each autumn release studies showing how colleges and universities compare with one another and Rowan, as is often the case, is