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Dr. Stephanie Farrell assumed the presidency of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) at the society’s annual conference in Salt Lake City on June 27. Farrell is a professor and chair of ExEEd, Experiential Engineering Education, in Rowan University’s Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering. Her year as president overlaps with ASEE’s 125th anniversary year.
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 invites middle school-aged girls currently in sixth, seventh and eighth grades to Attracting Women into Engineering (AWE), a program designed to expose them to the broad field of engineering, on July 24, 25 or 26. The workshops will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Rowan Hall on Rowan’s Glassboro campus. Girls may participate in one of the three one-day sessions, selecting their preferred date when registering.
The Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering successfully launched its MemSat, a cube-shaped nanosatellite developed by faculty and students, into space May 21 from Wallops Island, Virgina, at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility.
The novice all-girls team The Girlz, of Delran Middle School, under the leadership of Jenn Frisella, won first place in the Rowan Blast Off 2018 Rocketry Competition at Rowan’s South Jersey Technology Park on April 28. Eight rocketry teams from schools in New Jersey and Pennsylvania competed in the third-annual event hosted by the Rowan-AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) student club.
In what is a first for the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering, MemSat, a cube-shaped nanosatellite developed by faculty and students, will launch into space as part of a NASA project on Monday, May 21, at 4:39 a.m.

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