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Rowan University students interested in entering the medical field now have two more options to explore.

Several hundred colleagues, friends and family gathered at the Rowan University student center ballroom Sunday afternoon to remember a man who never complained.

The life of William H. Myers, assis

Richard Grupenhoff has some advice for college students: Don't be an idiot.

"I don't mean the word today, but idiotes, the Greek root that means people who are ignorant, who live in a community but

GLASSBORO -- A Rowan University assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering received a $149,322 subcontract for work on the development of a regional stormwater management plan for part

GLASSBORO --A coalition of education, business and government leaders will hold a conference Thursday at Rowan University to discuss their efforts to improve education in the state.

Gov. James McG

GLASSBORO -- Rowan University officials announced Monday that $23 million has been raised by the university foundation in its five-year capital campaign. The total already surpasses the goal set for J

State officials on Tuesday awarded Gloucester County and borough officials a combined $275,000 in grants to promote regional "smart growth" initiatives.

Susan Bass Levin, commissioner of the state'

TRENTON -- Glassboro and Rowan University are expected to be awarded a combined $275,000 in Smart Growth grants today, money earmarked for linking downtown revitalization to growth of the university.

The American Society of Civil Engineers has selected Rowan University's Joseph Orlins, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, as a 2003 ExCEEd Teaching Fellow. ExCEEd (Excellen

Last week's national Banned Books Week was a good reminder of why we need to take the First Amendment so seriously - and so literally.

While it's not always easy to defend the rights of the spammer


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