A seasoned television executive and Rowan alumnus, Carty-Sipp will build on the strong work of former Board chair, Jack Hafner, leading the Board’s efforts as the institution navigates the challenges of providing affordable and relevant educational opportunities for all students.
Dear Students, Some questions have come up about how Rowan is reporting cases of COVID-19 and providing support for students. As always, accurate data makes it possible for us to know who to help and how to do it best. Here are four critical things to know as Rowan students who are dealing with COVID-19:
U.S. News & World Report ranked Rowan University’s undergraduate engineering program #17 for 2021 among colleges in its category, a four-place bump in just one year, in the magazine’s much-watched “Best Colleges” issue.
A three-year, $286,412 grant from the U.S. Department of Education will help Rowan University and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) establish a Global Security and International Studies program focused on health, environment and emergency response.
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) continued its annual tradition of welcoming new medical students into the profession of medicine during a special White Coat Ceremony, pandemic style. The event brought 110 new students and a few speakers together in Rowan University’s large concert hall for the event where they could follow physical distancing recommendations, while parents, friends, loved ones, faculty and fellow students watched the event virtually. More than 550 viewers tuned in for the livestream of the event on YouTube, and it’s already been viewed more than 3,000 times just a few days after the event.
Among many strong findings, widely anticipated "Best Colleges" issue ranks Rowan’s undergraduate engineering program #17 for 2021, a four-place bump in just one year.
We’re midway through September and it’s been wonderful to see students back on our campuses. We are excited to have school back in session, along with activities and events taking place that bring back a sense of normalcy, even if they look different. We write today to provide information and updates about life at Rowan this fall. 
Land development in New Jersey has slowed dramatically since the 2008 Great Recession, but it’s unclear how the COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to fight societal and housing inequality will affect future trends, according to a new Rowan University/Rutgers-New Brunswick co-authored report.
Rowan University is pivoting toward a future that’s comfortably online — with or without a pandemic.
The ever-popular yet ancient practice of mindfulness meditation – simply focusing one’s attention on the present moment – is scientifically proven to confer a wide range of benefits, from reducing stress to promoting overall happiness.