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1999/12/01: Mars Expert Available at Rowan University

Glassboro-The Mars Polar Lander is expected to reach the South Pole of Mars on Friday, dropping off microprobes to look for water and explore ice and rocks on the planet. Rowan University's residen

1999/10/20: Sewell, Salem Residents Win Applied Psychology Scholarships

Glassboro-The Joseph P. Miele Foundation announced Leslie Costello, of Sewell, and Kristi Baese, of Salem, were recently awarded full scholarships to Rowan Universit

1999/10/08: Rowan Hosts African American Studies Colloquium

Glassboro-The African American Studies Program at Rowan University will host its First Fall Colloquium on October 18 at the university.

1999/09/09: Prof. able to speak about loss of Mars probe

Rowan University astronomy professor Dr. David Klassen is the leading expert on Mars in the Delaware Valley. He is available to speak to reporters about:

1999/08/24: Rowan, JJC Offer Course for College Students and Young Offenders

Glassboro-Rowan University Law/Justice students and youth incarcerated under the Juvenile Justice System (JJC) at the Camden Community Service Center/Transition Program, Camden,

1999/08/24: Rowan, JJC Offer Course for College Students and Young Offenders

Glassboro-Rowan University Law/Justice students and youth incarcerated under the Juvenile Justice System (JJC) at the Camden Community Service Center/Transition Program, Camden,

1999/08/24: Rowan, JJC Offer Course for College Students and Young Offenders

Glassboro-Rowan University Law/Justice students and youth incarcerated under the Juvenile Justice System (JJC) at the Camden Community Service Center/Transition Program, Camden,

1999/03/26: Rowan Prof. Examines the Role of Feminist Politics

GLASSBORO, NJ - Dr. Sharyn Clough, of Philadelphia (19130), assistant professor of philosophy at Rowan University, recently published an essay entitled A Hasty Retreat from Evidence: The Reca

1999/03/25: Professor to Discuss Colonization of Milky Way

GLASSBORO--The Astronomy Club at Rowan University will host a public lecture by Dr. Tom Bania, of Boston University, on Limits to Growth: Colonization of the Milky Way, on Thursday, April 8,

1999/03/08: Rowan to Host Program on Prisons

The Law and Justice Studies Department of Rowan University will present Reconciling Rehabilitation and Retribution, a panel discussion featuring prominent area legal experts, on Wednesday, Apr

1999/03/04: Bartelt Up For Connecticut Post

The president of Central Connecticut State University in April will recommend to the board of trustees that the institution hire long-time Rowan University faculty member and dean Pearl Bartelt

1999/02/26: Rowan University Hosts Women's History Month Programs

The Women's Studies Program at Rowan University, in conjunction with the Gloucester County Commission on Women and the Rowan University College of Communication, will host Sheila Tobias, author

1999/02/26: Computer Science Dept. Hosts High School Programming Contest

The Computer Science Department at Rowan University, Glassboro, will host the South Jersey High School Programming Contest on Saturday, March 27, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Robinson Building.

1999/02/18: NSF Awards Grants for Computer Effort

The National Science Foundation has awarded two grants totaling $106,926 over two years for curriculum development and equipment to faculty members at Rowan University, Glassboro. Both grants w

1999/01/25: Computer Science Seminar Series will focus on year 2000

The Rowan University Computer Science Seminar Series will host AnnoDomini: From Type Theory to Year 2000 Conversion Tool, on Thursday, January 28, at 9:30 a.m. in the Rowan Hall Audito

1999/01/25: Rowan prof's book becomes a play

A play based on the book Fall River Outrage: Life, Murder, and Justice in Early Industrial New England by Rowan University professor David Kasserman was recently staged in Bristol, Rhode

1999/01/09: Rowan professor receives research grant

Research Corporation, of Tucson, Ariz., has awarded a $36,454 Cottrell College Science Award to Rowan University to support the research of Dr. Catherine F. Yang into an anti-cancer drug.