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Rowan University chemical engineering students are helping make coffee go green.
More than 229 students/teams will showcase their cutting-edge research during the Rowan University Student Scholars Symposium (RUSSS), formerly the STEM Symposium, sponsored by South Jersey Gas, on Thursday and Friday, April 25 and 26, from 5-6:30 p.m. on Thursday and during five sessions starting at 8, 10 and 11:30 a.m. and noon and 1:30 p.m. on Friday, in the Eynon Ballroom of the Chamberlain Student Center, Rt. 322, Glassboro. The event also will include performances in Student Center Room 221 at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Friday.
Biology made Veronica (Ronnie) and Gabrielle (Brie) LaMastro twin sisters. Chemistry helped define their futures.
The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation will honor Rowan Radio Public Affairs Director Kaitlin Kline June 26 at the annual Gracie Awards luncheon in New York City.
It was an evening of celebration on Thursday, April 11, as members of the Rowan University community came together to honor faculty and staff members for their extraordinary work to uphold the values of the University.
Dr. Harold Connolly Jr., a researcher with two international space teams, believes the study of two asteroids that an American and a Japanese spacecraft recently rendezvoused with could unravel mysteries of the Solar System’s origin, including the dawn of Earth.
Rowan University’s Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship has been recognized by AACSB International—the world’s largest business education network—for serving as a “champion of change” in the landscape of business education.
Henry and Betty Rowan’s unprecedented $100 million gift put Rowan University on a meteoric path. Now, the University is looking to achieve even greater heights through the institution’s first-ever comprehensive campaign, which is looking to raise $120 million to support new discoveries, create spaces for learning and living that inspire, and, most importantly, change the lives of Rowan students. The initiative, appropriately titled, “Rising: The Campaign for Rowan University, is only the beginning of the extraordinary story being written at our institution.
Rowan University once again is a sponsor for and the official New Jersey hub of the Philadelphia Science Festival, which kicks off its ninth year on April 26 and runs through May 4. The Franklin Institute and more than 200 partners from the region's leading educational, cultural and scientific institutions join forces to educate, inspire and excite the Delaware Valley about the science and technology present in visitors’ everyday lives. This annual festival is an innovative nine-day celebration of science hosted by the region’s most influential institutions, museums and cultural centers.

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