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The Navy and Rowan University's College of Engineering recently showed that they are moving full speed ahead together during an event highlighting their partnership as part of the Henry M. Rowan Speak
Rowan University's Mechanical Engineering Department will send five of its students - A.J. Woodburn, 21, from Gibbsboro; Terry Lott, 21, from Deptford; Tim Vaughn, 22, from Berlin; Monica Mikulak, 21,
Rowan University College of Engineering students Megan Moran, 21, of Pennsville, a chemical engineering major, and Amy Vanderslice, 22, of Glassboro, an electrical and computer engineering major, plac
The Computer Science Department at Rowan University hosted the 18th Annual South Jersey Regional High School Programming Contest on April 24. The contest was open to students who had previously won a
The Honorable Sean O?Keefe, administrative head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), will be speaker for the Rowan University 2004 commencement ceremony to be held at 10 a.m. o
EVENT: Representatives of computer donor Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll will join Dean Eric Clark for a look at Rowan University at Camden?s ?Learn
Rowan University will go European for the first time when it starts an International Master?s of Business Administration (IMBA) program in Greece in 2005. The Rowan Board of Trustees approved the new
Robots with a range of abilities will take over Rowan University (figuratively, of course) on Thursday, April 29, 2004, starting at 10:50 a.m. in Robinson Hall, Room 201A. Students in the Computer
They may not be Girl Scouts, but Rowan University graduate students are being ?friendly and helpful? as one Girl Scout tenet prescribes, applying skills learned in a Rowan University Technical Writing
The American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) recently announced that Rowan Chemical Engineering associate professor Dr. Stephanie Farrell, of Philadelphia (19106), has been named the recipient

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