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Registration is now open for Rowan University’s College Prep Transition Conference, a day-long conference on Saturday, March 10, for high school students with disabilities and their parents.
Rowan Boulevard is open for business
Rowan students boost sales locally with popular RowanCard.

Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM staffers received two awards in the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts competition Feb. 7.

The American Chemical Society (ACS) has named Dr. Gregory Caputo, department head of the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at Rowan University, to its Committee on Professional Training (CPT), a joint committee of the ACS Council and Board of Directors, for 2018. The CPT promotes excellence in postsecondary chemistry education and provides leadership to the ACS in the professional training of chemists. ACS committees serve as working forums for comments and proposals regarding the conduct of present and future programs of the society.
This Valentine’s Day, Dr. Phil La Porta suggests you don’t tell your significant other that you love him/her “to the Moon and back.”
Soccer player Emily Daigle was honored as Rowan University's Woman of the Year at the 2018 National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration held at Seton Hall University on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Georgette Norman, former director of the Rosa Parks Library and Museum in Alabama, will be the keynote speaker at the 13th annual Rosa Parks Scholarship Luncheon at Rowan University on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Rowan University business students are offering assistance with federal and state income tax preparation for qualified area residents through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA).
Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering students will send a satellite into space as part of NASA project.
During a time of remembrance and recognition, Rowan University is presenting a series of events throughout the month of February to mark Black History Month.
Three hundred and eight passengers and crew of a Russian airliner stranded at the Atlantic City Airport on Jan. 31 found a translator and friend in Rowan University history professor James Heinzen. Summoned to the airport after the Azur Air flight bound for Cuba made an emergency stop in Atlantic City due to a fuel leak, Heinzen spent 10 hours serving as a translator for the Russians.
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University researchers, working with researchers at five other teaching hospitals, published a paper in the February issue of the journal Circulation that concluded too much oxygen for patients following cardiac arrest can be lethal or life-threatening. The research, led by Principal Investigator Dr. Stephen Trzeciak, Medicine, and co-author Dr. Hope Kilgannon, Emergency Medicine, will be followed by studies into reducing supplemental oxygen following cardiac arrest.

As the year continues for the College of Performing Arts and Rowan University Art Gallery, the campus community and patrons from across the region have access to nearly every area of artistic expre

The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP) is proud to announce the winner of its 2018 National Student D

Cooking contest featured 15 entries including snacks, appetizers, entrees and a dessert, all of which included Houshmand's Hazardous Hot Sauce.