Science & Technology

Science & Technology

Rowan University celebrated the generosity, vision and love of South Jersey business executive Gerry Shreiber Nov. 7 with a ribbon cutting for the pet therapy center he funded this spring.
It’s common knowledge that the DNA passed down by parents is what determines a child’s genetic traits, down to hair and eye color. What Dr. Benjamin Carone, assistant professor in the Department of Molecular & Cellular Biosciences at Rowan University, is studying is somewhat different: not genetics, but epigenetics.
Miranda Massie, director of The Climate Museum in New York City, will present “No Time to Waste: What We Need to Do for Sustainability and Climate Progress” during a talk at Rowan University on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
A three-year, $300,486 grant from the U.S. Department of Education will provide full fellowships for Rowan University graduate students from underrepresented populations to pursue studies focusing on artificial intelligence or cybersecurity.
Dr. Richard T. Jermyn
The American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) has honored Richard T. Jermyn, DO, with the 2019 AOF W. Douglas Ward, PhD Educator of the Year Award. The award was presented to Dr.
More than 100 competitive gamers vied for trophies in the inaugural Rowan Esports Xtreme Tournament. The event marked the beginning of a partnership with Nerd Street Gamers to bring esports to the University.
Joint Health Sciences Center opens in Camden
The $70 million, four-story JHSC, which houses facilities for Rowan University, Rutgers-Camden and Camden County College, represents completion of Phase I of the Board’s two-phase campus construction.
U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross announced $898,708 in grants, including $445,637 to Rowan University's College of Science & Mathematics.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) selected the Rowan University Chemical Engineering Professor Zenaida Otero Gephardt as the recipient of this year’s Eminent Engineer Award.
On Friday, Oct. 4, the Rowan University community will honor former Health & Exercise Science Professor Theresa Cone’s devotion to living an active, healthy lifestyle by hosting the inaugural RU Fit Fest to benefit ALS. An emeritus professor, Cone died from complications of ALS on Sept. 27.