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Rowan University and N3rd Street Gamers, the national network of esports facilities and events dedicated to powering competitive opportunities for gamers, are entering into a unique partnership that will develop into one of the region’s largest collegiate esports gaming and academic programs.
Shakespeare's Hamlet is a highlight of the Rowan fall arts schedule
This Fall we are re-imagining classics, hosting musical virtuosos, building bridges across New Jersey cities through dance pageantry, examining the collective unconscious through self-portrait, a
Amy Barraclough, the director of the Fredric and Jean Edelman Planetarium, represented Rowan University on the international stage this summer through the Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program (ACEAP).
Members of the Class of 2023--approximately 2,800 students strong--have officially joined Rowan University.
Rowan Medicine Pediatrician Dr. Tanya Kadrmas-Iannuzzi
Rowan Medicine Pediatrics offers tips for easing a child's adjustment to heading back to school in September.
The Rowan Institute for Public Policy & Citizenship plays a major role in training the next generation of political leaders.
Among Dr. Dan’s first lessons at Bug Camp: do not swat stinging insects down upon yourself. The lesson was one of many that Dan Duran, a Rowan entomologist in the School of Earth & Environment and a renowned expert on the fierce group of insects known as tiger beetles, imparted to a dozen elementary school-age students taking part in the University's Bug Camp this summer.
Now in its 80th year, the year-round clinic Rowan Reading Clinic has served as a community center for reading improvement for thousands of students in kindergarten through 12th grades. Rowan undergraduate and graduate students serve as tutors.
One hundred and thirty political interns from 40 different colleges networked with each other and with a host of prominent political leaders, analysts, consultants and strategists at the second annual Mid-Atlantic Political Intern Summit on Thursday, August 1. They heard from Congressman Donald Norcross and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Undergrad Lucas Petrin explains his game to campers at Rowan's Fossil Park.
Inspired by experiences volunteering in the Jean & Ric Edelman Fossil Park at Rowan University, undergrad Lucas Petrin developed the card game Fossil Fracas: Not So Nice Age, as a sort of midpoint between two passions – the study of fossils, and a love of games.