Science & Technology

Science & Technology

Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine graduate Mary Ileso, who was born in Nigeria, will accept her medical degree and be commissioned a Captain in the U.S. Air Force.
Elizabeth Bealer hesitates just a little as she looks to the future, anticipating that in her lifetime organ regeneration may be possible.
Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine student Roma Anjali Padalkar and 2018 alumna Imani Pressley both received Fulbright grants. They are the 24th and 25th Rowan students to land Fulbrights since 2001.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) and Rowan University entered into a formal Education Partnership Agreement (EPA). A formal signing ceremony recently was held with NSWCPD and representatives from the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at Rowan University.
Christian Bruni is on a fast track to become a pediatrician – a career that combines his love of science, passion for helping others, and appreciation of children. He is one of the first two students set to graduate from CMSRU’s accelerated, three-year program, known as “PC3.”
Mike Rozanski basically grew up at Rowan University. After losing his parents, he found a way to leave his own mark as a campus leader.
Junior Karlee Rogers illustrates on-pump and off-pump cardiac surgery.
The Rowan University Student Scholars Symposium April 25-26 showcased hundreds of research projects from virtually every college and school at the university.
Mahaa Ahmed knows all about popular. Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, UCLA and 18 other of the most-competitive universities in the nation and the United Kingdom accepted her into graduate school.
Advancing New Jersey’s fight to end the opioid crisis, Attorney General Gurbir S.
In competitions against both academic and corporate teams, the Rowan University Office of Strategic Planning and Management (SPM) has picked up