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Dr. Sarah Bauer is a little bit in awe about the path her life has taken, and AWE played a role in that.

They are not supposed to like science, technology and engineering -- that’s what generations of girls have been told or assumed.
Ten students from across the country have been spending their summer in the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering, riveted by nematodes and novel medical devices and growing tissues, among other things
Rowan University’s Institute for Public Policy & Citizenship will host former New Jersey Governor James J. Florio for “A Midsummer’s Night of Politics & Prose” on Thursday, August 2.
Dozens of middle school boys from throughout the region will learn about concrete canoes, gel and elastic polymers, and programming circuitry, among other topics, when they participate in Rowan University’s engineering education program Boys’ Engineering, Science & Technology (BEST) on Tuesday, July 17, and Wednesday, July 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, at the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at Rowan University, off Bowe Boulevard in Glassboro.

Rowan University has appointed Dr. Cristian Botez as dean of its College of Science & Mathematics and School of Health Professions, effective Aug. 1.

Rowan University will host special events marking Mars in opposition on Tuesday, July 31, from 8 to 11 p.m. in Science Hall on the Glassboro campus.
Rowan HIstory Professor Jim Heinzen has secured a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to research the black market and shadow economy in Russia from the 1950s to the 1980s. It's his second NEH grant.
Rowan University has more than 4,000 first-generation students. Flying First was created to give them the supports they need to succeed and thrive.
Donald J. Farish, 75, was Rowan University's sixth president.

Dozens of high school students from throughout New Jersey will learn about and/or work on, among other projects, concrete canoes, hydogels and bottle rockets when they participate in Rowan Universi

Rowan University engineering and science students enjoyed an (almost) out-of-this-world experience recently when they competed in the Spaceport America Cup in June in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

The Rowan University STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Center, Edelman Planetarium and Department of Physics & Astronomy will host an ASTRO Camp on July 16 to 20, from 8 a

Harold Connolly Jr., founding chairperson of Rowan’s Department of Geology within the School of Earth & Environment, is a co-investigator of a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency mission, which in early July reached the asteroid Ryugu via the spaceship Hayabusa2.