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Monika Williams Shealey has been named senior vice president of the newly created Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Rowan University.
The Spring 2019 season is rich with dance, music, theatre, and visual art programming from the College of Performing Arts and Rowan University Art Gallery.
Rowan in January announced the creation of the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, a space within the University that will affect virtually all of its students, faculty and staff.
Freeman A. Hrabowski III, a former child leader in the Civil Rights Movement who was appointed by President Barack Obama to chair the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for African Americans, will be the guest speaker at the 14th annual Rosa Parks Scholarship Luncheon at Rowan University on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office and Rowan University are teaming up to provide students in the University’s Law & Justice Studies program with a firsthand look at the inner workings of the law and justice system through internships in the prosecutor’s office.
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 and Rowan College at Burlington County recently celebrated the first class of graduates from their joint 3+1 program at a reception held on RCBC’s Mount Laurel campus.
Students, faculty and staff from Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) brightened the holidays for Camden children this weekend with the delivery and distribution of more than 400 new toys.
Russell J. Buono, PhD, and Thomas N. Ferraro, PhD, professors in the department of biomedical science at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU), collaborated on an important study published December 10 in Nature Communications that identifies 11 new epilepsy genes not previously linked to the disease. The discovery triples the number of known susceptibility genes for epilepsy and provides critical clues for further research.
Close to 100 people left Rowan University for Mars recently, and almost another 100 watched them blast off from Glassboro for a journey through the universe. That’s figurative, of course.