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Inspira Health Network and Rowan University have partnered to host a two-day Health Hack where physicians, professors, medical residents, researchers, and leaders from both organizations will form small teams to develop innovative solutions to long-standing health care challenges.
Between December 1982 and May 1984, Marvin Creamer did what seemed impossible – he sailed around the Earth without navigational instruments, not even a compass or a watch. On June 9, Creamer was inducted as a fellow into the Explorers Club, the international society of adventurers and researchers, during a special meeting of the organization on Rowan’s Glassboro campus.
Encouraging someone battling depression to seek professional help is indeed the appropriate – and necessary – thing to do.
Director Jonathan Olshefski and members of the Rainey family from the film QUEST
Rowan University’s Jonathan Olshefski will realize a lifelong dream when his award-winning documentary QUEST debuts on the long-running public television program POV.
The SalonClouds team.
For tenants of the South Jersey Technology Park (SJTP) at Rowan University, it’s going to be a little tough to find a spot to grab a sandwich away from the office these days.
Going up against some of the other best young engineering minds in the nation – for two of the most prominent space-related organizations in the country – a team of undergraduate students from the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering will drill for ice this week.
Emboldened by their Rowan University studies and by their passion for international service, seven students and recent graduates have secured prestigious—and highly competitive—scholarships, fellowships and internships to study, teach, and work around the world.
Rowan University’s Division of Global Learning & Partnerships recently held a learning symposium to explore best practices in online education, to optimize strategies to engage online learners and to analyze online technology trends.
Staman is one of about two dozen students who currently participate in CMSRU Street Medicine, a service learning group that provides outreach, support, supplies, basic medical care and health screenings to unsheltered individuals in the encampments where they reside. The team works diligently to connect the homeless with primary care clinics, as well as community resources and social services available to help them.

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