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Harold Connolly Jr., founding chairperson of Rowan’s Department of Geology within the School of Earth & Environment, is a co-investigator of a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency mission, which in early July reached the asteroid Ryugu via the spaceship Hayabusa2.
RAISE students with Kal Rudman
Through the support of the Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation, 24 high achieving area high school students will have a unique opportunity to RAISE their academic game this summer.
A gene therapy developed by Rowan's Dr. Paola Leone is central to a New York family’s efforts to raise money to save children from a devastatingly fatal childhood disease.
Rowan University has been named to an exclusive list honoring colleges and universities across the U.S. that have policies that are welcoming to the LGBTQIA+ community.
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.
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.

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