Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Barely more than a week before Emmy and Tony Award winning singer/actress Kristin Chenoweth was set to appear at Rowan University on December 9, some exciting news was announced.
This fall, Rowan University students Elizabeth Thompson ‘18 (Biological Sciences, Biomedical Art & Visualization) and Niclas Grant ‘17 (Biological Sciences) are sailing on an ocean research voyage to study the human impact on Caribbean coral reef ecosystems. Through SEA Semester: Caribbean Reef Expedition, a study abroad program offered by Sea Education Association (SEA), Thompson and Grant, together with other students with a variety of academic interests, will conduct guided field research both on shore in Grenada and at sea sailing through the Lesser Antilles to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Movie poster for film QUEST
After premiering at Sundance Film Festival in 2017, QUEST has swept numerous documentary film competitions.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM has been named the second best Four-Year College Radio Station of the Year by the Associated College Press/College Media Association at the 
Despite strong showings by the Democrats in state races on Election Day, the Republican Party did some things right over the past year to avoid losing ground in the U.S. House of Representatives. But the GOP is facing big challenges as it gears up for 2018, according to Rowan University political scientist Larry Butler.
Programs and events focusing on raising awareness of disability rights will highlight Access & Inclusion Week at Rowan University, Friday, Oct. 20-Friday, Oct. 27.
More than 2,000 alumni came back to campus for the annual Homecoming parade, alumni lunch, University tours, reunions and athletics events, all of which capped off a busy—and fun—celebration of campus pride.
Founded last year at Rowan University, Project IMPACT is designed to address a persistent problem in education: the limited presence of male teachers of color in the teaching ranks at the preschool, elementary and secondary school levels.
Photo from movie, One Mother's Fire: The Gail Minger Story
Film Professor Diana Nicolae's documentary about a mother's loss of her son and the changes she's made for campus safety because of the tragedy is getting noticed at film festivals in the U.S. and internationally.
It promises to be the busiest Homecoming week in Rowan University history. That makes sense considering that the theme of this year’s weeklong celebration, Oct. 9-15, is…well…ProfHistoric.