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U.S. News ranks Rowan #79 among National Public Universities
U.S. News & World Report, in its “Best Colleges 2020” special edition, ranked Rowan University #79 among public universities and #166 among all National Universities, five places higher than for 2019.
Amy Barraclough, the director of the Fredric and Jean Edelman Planetarium, represented Rowan University on the international stage this summer through the Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program (ACEAP).
Bionic model Rebekah Marine, who defied odds in the fashion industry and travels the world as a motivational speaker and advocate, is the recipient of the 2019 Distinguished Young Alumna Award.
Members of the Class of 2023--approximately 2,800 students strong--have officially joined Rowan University.
In an increasingly digital world, two camps held this summer at Rowan University helped encourage high-school students and educators to think about the future of cybersecurity.
A grant to Vahid Heydari, a professor of computer science, is funding scholarships for students seeing careers in cybersecurity.
 From left, Arke Aeronautics CEO Brandon Graham, CTO Sherman Hartman and CFO Jonathan Penera.
Arke Aeronautics, a Rowan-founded, Rowan-backed startup, developed a system to send drones ahead of first responders, a system that could result in faster response times during emergencies.
RTF Assistant Professor Chris Winkler directs camera shots during a Phillies game Aug. 13.
An important part of the Phillies video crew, Rowan folks capture not only the game but all the candid shots, wide shots, kiss shots and fun shots for the giant stadium screen.
Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Neil Hartman
Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Neil Hartman has been named Rowan University’s new director of the Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact, filling a role started by founding director Dr. John Giannini, who became interim athletic director in June.
Olshefski with Christine’a, Christopher and PJ Rainey.
QUEST, a celebrated film by College of Communication & Creative Arts Associate Professor Jonathan Olshefski, is nominated for Emmy awards in the Best Documentary and Best Social Issue Documentary categories

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