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Steven Solkela--the deep-voiced, blonde-haired, accordion-playing, longboard-riding, back-flipping, Minnesota-born, fancy gold suit-wearing, dimple-chinned, tandem bike-pedaling, crowd-pleasing, always-performing, Finnish-speaking, ever-recognizable, comedy song-composing music major--will graduate on Wednesday, May 15.
Rowan President Dr. Ali Houshmand and a group of University administrators, professional staff and students joined a gubernatorial task force May 6 with a statewide mission to improve access to a college degree, to make degrees more affordable, to promote student success in safe and inclusive environments, and to support research, innovation and talent.
Elizabeth Bealer hesitates just a little as she looks to the future, anticipating that in her lifetime organ regeneration may be possible.
Commencement 2019, Rowan University’s biggest celebration of the year, is coming, and Shaun T will be here to turn up the excitement!
Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine student Roma Anjali Padalkar and 2018 alumna Imani Pressley both received Fulbright grants. They are the 24th and 25th Rowan students to land Fulbrights since 2001.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) and Rowan University entered into a formal Education Partnership Agreement (EPA). A formal signing ceremony recently was held with NSWCPD and representatives from the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at Rowan University.
WGLS-FM wins four Hermes Creative Awards in the organization’s annual competition honoring the best in communications and marketing.
Meghan Wren, Class of 2019, is a true climate warrior.
Meghan Wren’s passion for the Delaware Bay community where she lives and works runs deep, from her endangered island home to the legacy of generations of oystermen who came before her to the prehistoric horseshoe crabs dotting area beaches like so many greenish-brown aliens that she’s trying to save.
Each Friday, community members and Rowan students visit an on-campus Philabundance site for free fresh fruits and vegetables. Rowan is the first university to build a partnership with Philabundance, a Philadelphia-based hunger relief organization.
Christian Bruni is on a fast track to become a pediatrician – a career that combines his love of science, passion for helping others, and appreciation of children. He is one of the first two students set to graduate from CMSRU’s accelerated, three-year program, known as “PC3.”

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