College of Science & Mathematics
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Christopher Yochim engages CSM students in discussion of careers in the pharmaceutical industry.
The College of Science and Mathematics brings alumni, family and friends together at one of the largest homecoming gatherings of the year. With snakes, games and prizes, CSM made everyone feel right at home.
A standing-room only crowd of faculty and students engaged in a dialogue about the future of cures for Ebola and other viruses.
Olivia Fiebig and Rebecca Crowther lead experiments as part of the inaugural class of a new, state-wide STEM initiative.
|Rowan names long-time University educator Science & Mathematics dean
Long-time University educator and interim Dean to lead CSM through "exciting, invigorating" time at Rowan.
CSM Featured News Archive
- Psychology professor researches parents' impact on their children with autism (8/6/2014)
- CSM Class of 2014 Allison Belli takes to the pedals for good cause (7/23/2014)
- The College of Science & Mathematics Grant Development Awards (6/20/2014)
- Surrounded By Madness (10/30/14)
- Celebrating 40 Years of Psychology (8/6/14)
- Dean's Distinguished Spring Speaker Series: Chris Rorres (6-20-14)
- Dean's Distinguished Spring Speaker Series: David Botstein (6-17-14)
- Explorations at home (6-17-14)
- Benefits Boundless for Psych Majors and Faculty (5-7-14)
- Fellowship Serendipity (4-20-14)
- A Bright Future (4-20-14)
- MOLE Day (4-20-14)
- Once Upon a Time DDS (4-20-14)
- Teaching Teachers (1-27-14)
- Welcome to the Rowan Family (11-11-13)
- SEEDS of Ambition (10-29-13)
- Local Sophomores Aim High (10-29-13)
- Inaugural Signature Event (9-12-13)
- Summer Grant Goes Up-and-Out (9-10-13)
- Distinguished Speakers Series: Sarah Eno (7-24-13)
- College Focuses on Internalization (7-24-13)
- Impressive New Record on the Acquisition of Grant Funding (7-24-13)
- HS Students Tap Into Water as Future Energy Source (7-24-13)
- CSM Introduces Partners in Industry Series (12-13-12)
- Embracing the Biopsychosocial Model in Patient Treatments (12-13-12)
- Google Goes Blameless (12-13-12)