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A team of researchers from Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) developed and validated a tool for measuring caregiver compassion from the patient perspective that can be used in conjunction with the Clinician and Group Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CG-CAHPS) survey.
There is a video circulating throughout social media that shows several college-age individuals boldly stating the “n-word,” one after the other into the camera. While the individuals are unidentified, there is reason to believe that the students attend New Jersey universities, including Rowan University. Each of us is entitled to free speech, but using such offensive language in any manner is contemptible. The values that define us must help shape our relationships and be reflected in our behavior and conversation. Offensive vocabulary and incivility strain and stain the fabric of our community. Whether or not Rowan students are involved, it is imperative for the University to express unequivocally that this type of language and disrespect have no place among us and will not be tolerated. This incident also highlights the need for our society to continue discussing social justice topics. We invite you to explore the many opportunities our new Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion offers on our own campuses to ensure that this type of behavior never goes unchallenged. I thank those who made us aware of the video and who continue to be vigilant about these matters. Hate cannot be tolerated here . . . or anywhere. Respectfully, Ali A. Houshmand President
During the non-residential Think Like an Entrepreneur Summer Academy presented by the Rohrer College of Business, rising high school juniors and seniors will spend eight days at Rowan learning how to conceive, develop and prototype their ideas.
Patrick Bray isn’t your average 18-year-old – not by a long shot.
During the Commencement ceremony for Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, 75 newly minted physicians were challenged to carry core values of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University with them as they begin their medical careers.
Jeremiah Cason flew more than 2,600 miles to get his bachelor’s degree in construction and engineering management from Rowan Uni
Jeremiah Cason flew more than 2,600 miles to get his bachelor’s degree in construction and engineering management from Rowan University.
With about 45 minutes to spare, Mother Nature opted to cooperate and spread some sunshine over Bunce Green as the largest class ever of Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering students prepared to graduate after showers peppered South Jersey on and off for a few hours on Thursday, May 16.
SOM GSBS commencement 2019
Under a sun-filled sky on the Bunce Green, Rowan University celebrated Commencement Ceremonies for the newest generation of physicians and biomedical researchers. Temporarily trading in their stethoscopes and lab coats for tassels and academic robes, the 156 SOM and 61 GSBS graduates accepted well-earned congratulations for their milestone academic achievements.
Rowan University College of Education graduates were reminded of the power and responsibility they have as educators during the college's Commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 15.

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