Student Life

Student Life

The latest honors bring the total number of regional and national awards for Rowan Radio to 299 since 1993.
Under bright blue skies, 73 students in the third graduating class at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University accepted their medical degrees on Friday, May 11.
Rowan SOM and GSBS graduates were urged to ask questions, seek solutions, and find answers as they lead the way in the future of health care during their Commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 10.
Eric Goldwaser will continue his impressive dual medical and research career at the University of Maryland, one of the most prestigious residency programs in the country.
Born, raised and educated in Camden, sisters Samantha and Susana Collazo are earning their medical degrees from Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.
Inspired by her work in the College of Performing Arts, Molly Jo Gifford is creating theatrical experiences on her terms.
Loulia Al Bitar left war-torn Syria six years ago for educational opportunities in New Jersey. The future dentist found them at Rowan, where she blossomed and formed strong bonds with other students and faculty members.
Erin Anderson can't wait to showcase her education and history degrees--and her passion for inclusive classrooms--in her career as a teacher and educational leader.
Mikaela Litchfield is graduating with three bachelor's degrees, a minor, two concentrations and an impressive resume of internship experience with non-profit agencies. She's off to Germany to study and work with refugee youth through a Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals fellowship.
Rising film scholar and RTF major Robert Boddingham is bound for the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at the George Eastman Museum. There, he’ll pursue a graduate program in film preservation.