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Rowan University is introducing two brand new degree programs to meet companies' growing need for skilled technologists — and they can be completed entirely on a community college campus at a sharp discount.
Rowan University and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) have announced two new 3+1 programs in engineering technology to meet the great demand for workers who are experts in the practical application of science and engineering concepts in the workplace.
Technology and life sciences startups considering a move into incubators, accelerators or coworking spaces are now able to apply for rent support grants at nine collaborative workspaces throughout the state. These nine workspaces – which include the incubator at the South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University in Mullica Hill – are the first to be approved by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) to participate in NJ Ignite.
Rowan University researchers are interested in keeping things green and cost-effective – not only on campus, but also in readiness centers (formerly known as armories) and other sites across New Jersey.
Alumnus Phil Davis was among journalists honored as Time Magazine's Persons of the Year
Alumnus Phil Davis is part of the Capital Gazette staff who were among journalists honored as Time's Persons of the Year.
As most of Rowan University prepared for the holiday break Dec. 21, two graduating seniors prepared to serve their nation with a commissioning ceremony to become officers in the U.S. Army.
A mobile handheld device that tests the safety of water and provides immediate results took top honors at the third annual Idea Challenge at Rowan University.

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