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Play Download 05/16/2014 - NJ Governor Chris Christie's 2014 Commencement Keynote Address

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's keynote address delivered to Rowan University's Undergraduate Class of 2014.

Play Download 04/12/2010 - Meet the Candidates - Glassboro Board of Education

Glassboro Board of Education candidates Anthony Marino, Peter J. Calvo, and Ben Stephens answered questions regarding key topics from panelists Andy Robertson and Les Vail. Also, the audience provided questions on matters including the proposed school budget for the 2010-11 school year and possible cuts that may occur.

Play Download 11/27/2009 - High School Football: Delsea High School at Williamstown High School

WGLS-FM Assistant Station Manager Derek Jones and Rowan University Basketball Head Coach Joe Cassidy call the matchup between two of South Jersey's top high school football teams.

Play Download 11/26/2009 - High School Football: Clearview High School at Kingsway High School

WGLS-FM Assistant Station Manager Derek Jones and Rowan University Basketball Head Coach Joe Cassidy call Thanksgiving Day high school football.

Play Download 04/06/2009 - Meet the Candidates Forum - Glassboro School Board

Held at the Progressive Coffee House, hopefuls for Glassboro School Board answer questions regarding key issues impacting the Glassboro area. Moderated by Derek Jones, assistant station manager at WGLS-FM, the board candidates included: Chris Kane, Linda Emory, Ed Keith, Ledley B. Stephens III and Anthony Marino.

Play Download 02/11/2008 - NJ Governor Jon Corzine's Town Hall Meeting - Part 2

Governor Jon Corzine hosts a town hall meeting in the Eynon ballroom on the campus of Rowan University. The town hall meeting addresses the governor's financial restructuring and debt reduction plan

Play Download 02/11/2008 - NJ Governor Corzine's Town Hall Meeting - Part 1

Governor Jon Corzine hosts a town hall meeting in the Eynon ballroom on the campus of Rowan University. The town hall meeting addresses the governor's financial restructuring and debt reduction plan.

Play Download 03/29/2007 - Glassboro, NJ School District - Meet the Candidates

The forum, broadcast live from Glassboro High School, included candidates Les Vail, Peter J. Calvo, Elizabeth Volz, Bryan Appleby-Wineberg, and Frank Mitcho. Derek Jones, assistant station manager at WGLS-FM, served as moderator.

Play Download 02/23/2004 - Rowan Roundtable: Dr. Jay Kuder

Rowan Roundtable is a monthly show that focuses on the Deans of the various colleges at Rowan University. Host Tom Ortuso interviews the Dean of the Graduate School, Dr. Jay Kuder.

Play Download 02/09/2004 - African American History Month: Omar Tyree

Author Omar Tyree speaks in celebration of African American History Month on promoting literacy. Tyree's articles have been published in The Washington Post, Essence, and Upscale.

Play Download 02/02/2004 - African American History Month: Roger Wilkins

George Mason University professor, Roger Wilkins, speaks in celebration of African American History Month on Brown at 50 - What Next: the 50th Anniversary of the 1954 decision of Brown vs. Board of Education.

Play Download 01/26/2004 - Rowan Roundtable: Dr. Donald Gephardt

Rowan Roundtable is a monthly broadcast that focuses on the different deans and colleges at Rowan University. The first Rowan Roundtable features the Dean of Fine and Performing Arts, Dr. Donald Gephardt.

Play Download 04/07/2003 - Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series: Congressman Curt Weldon: Homeland Security - Part 2

Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series presents Congressman Curt Weldon discussing Homeland Security: the situation in Iraq and our Regions current agenda. The speaker series is meant to stimulate discussion and thought on a broad range of topics in conjunction with education at Rowan University.

Play Download 04/07/2003 - Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series: Congressman Curt Weldon: Homeland Security - Part 1

Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series presents Congressman Curt Weldon discussing Homeland Security: the situation in Iraq and our Regions current agenda. The speaker series is meant to stimulate discussion and thought on a broad range of topics in conjunction with education at Rowan University.

Play Download 03/06/2003 - Women's History Month: Dr. Claire Moses

Dr. Claire Moses is Professor of Womens Studies and Affiliate Professor of History at the University of Maryland. In 2003, she was recognized as the university's Outstanding Woman of the Year. She is also the Editorial Director of Feminist Studies, a leading journal of womens studies scholarship and theory. Dr. Mosess research and teaching interests focus on feminist theory and histories of feminist organizing and on the history of European women.

Play Download 03/04/2003 - Women's History Month: Miranda Massie

Miranda Massie, Esquire, was lead counsel for the student intervenors in Grutter v. Bollinger. She is currently an associate with Scheff & Washington, P.C. Her presentation is titled: Standing on the Promise of Brown and Building a New Civil Rights Movement - the student interveners in Grutter v. Bollinger.

Play Download 02/27/2003 - African American History Month: Dr. Eugene DeLoatch

Dr. Eugene DeLoatch holds two bachelors degrees-one in mathematics from Tougaloo College and another in electrical engineering from Lafayette College. He also has a masters degree in electrical engineering and a doctorate in bioengineering from the Polytechnic University of Brooklyn. Dr. DeLoatch discusses issues of African American presence and racial diversity within the engineering industry in his presentation, titled US Engineering Workforce Whats Missing?

Play Download 02/13/2003 - African American History Month: Shante Driver

Defending the Promise of Brown Through the Defense of Affirmative Action - Grutter vs. Bollinger; University of Michigan Case on AA - Shante Driver, United for Equality and Affirmative Action.

Play Download 12/10/2002 - The People, The Pride, The Promise - General Henry Shelton

As the United States prepares for a possible confrontation in the Middle East, perhaps no one is more qualified to discuss our national security than General Henry Shelton, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Shelton speaks about his role in our military's response to the Sept. 11 attacks and the United States efforts to fight terrorism abroad in a lecture titled The People, The Pride, The Promise.

Play Download 04/08/2002 - Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series: Peter McHugh

Peter McHugh, FAA Small Aircraft Transportation System Manager discusses, Making Turtles Fly, perspectives on vision as a motivation for research, the difficulty of bringing new ideas to maturity and the research and engineering challenges provoked by the nation's current transportation crisis. He will suggest some emerging transportation alternatives.

Play Download 03/12/2002 - Presidential Lecture Series: Jonathon Kozol

Award-winning writer and social activist Jonathan Kozol's presentation: Ordinary Resurrections: The ethical resilience of low-income children in our segregated and unequal schools.

Play Download 02/20/2002 - Henry M. Rowan Speaker Series: Michael Scardaville

Homeland Security Expert Michael Scardaville discusses the topic from a broad perspective, with a general focus on how research and development, and therefore engineering, are vital to the United States efforts to make the nation more secure.

Play Download 10/10/2001 - Presidential Lecture Series: Dr. Thomas Gouttierre

Dr. Thomas Gouttierre lecturing on The Unholy Alliance: Osama Bin Laden, the Taliban and Pakistan. Dr. Thomas E. Gouttierre holds several positions at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He serves as the dean of International Studies and Programs, dean of the medical center and director of the Center for Afghanistan Studies.

Play Download 04/03/2001 - Asia Pacific American Heritage Month Presentation

The Forgotten Minority: Asian Americans in the United States Panel discussion moderated by Dr. Edward Wang, History Department, Rowan University. Panelists include: Dr. Allan Jiao, Law & Justice Studies, Dr. Hieu Nguyen, Mathematics, Ms. Ronette Wilson, Radio/TV/Film.

Play Download 03/14/2001 - Women's History Month: Women Working with Words

Rowan Radio celebrates Womens History Month with Women Working with Words, an evening of prose and poetry featuring Rowan writers, hosted by Professor Julia McDonald Chang and Dean of Communications, Dr. Tony Libro.

Play Download 03/06/2001 - Women's History Month: Women of Courage and Vision: Shattering the Glass Ceiling

This broadcast featured a live panel discussion with Dr. Ann Harlan, Federal Aviation Agency Technical Center, Dr. Dianne Dorland, Dean of the Rowan University College of Engineering, and was moderated by Rowan faculty members Dr. Beena Sukumaran, Civil Engineering and Dr. Linda Head, Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Play Download 02/27/2001 - African American History Month: Dr. Gary Hunter

Dr. Gary Hunter speaks in celebration of African American History Month on Refugees in East Africa: Problems and Prospects.

Play Download 02/13/2001 - African American History Month: Bobby Seale

Rowan Radio presents From the 60's to the Future by Bobby Seale, founder and national chairman of the Black Panther Party in honor of African American History Month.

Play Download 03/30/2000 - Women's History Month: Men and Feminism

Dr. David Applebaum hosts the panel discussion about Men and Feminism. Panelists included Dan Dougherty, Dr. Jeff Maxson, Dr. Patrick McDevitt and Dr. Hieu Nguyen.

Play Download 03/28/2000 - Women's History Month: Women in Journal Writing

Women in Journal Writing is a panel discussion emphasizing the importance of journal writing and offers ways to develop writing skills. Panelists include: Cindy Kammer, Dr. Frances Johnson, Dr. Toni Libro, Dr. Edith Rausch and Dr. Maria Tahamont.

Play Download 03/09/2000 - Women's History Month: Representation of Hispanic Female Students in Science

A roundtable discussion about the lack of representation of Hispanic female students in science, moderated by Johanna Velez-Yelin. Panelists included: Dr. Maria Rosado, Dr. Pat Mosto and Dr. Laura Kalmanowiecki.

Play Download 03/02/2000 - Women's History Month: Talking Pictures - Women in the Media on the Media

Talking Pictures Series, moderated by Dr. Ken Kaleta & Professor Mike Donovan. Panelists included: Author & Poet Molly Peacock, Film Producer Dolly Hall, CBS Account Exec Carolyn Tyson & TV Writer & Critic Gail Shister.

Play Download 03/02/2000 - Women's History Month : A Generation of Women Leaders After The Holocaust

A discussion on the Holocaust and the silence of the women affected that followed it. Panelists included : Dr. Harriet Hartman and Dr. Mary J. Gallant, faculty of Rowan's Sociology Department.

Play Download 03/01/2000 - Women's History Month: Dr. Roberta Fernandez

In celebration of Womens History month, Dr. Roberta Fernandez shares her presentation of Multiple Voices in Latina Literature.

Play Download 02/22/2000 - African American History Month: Dr. Alfonso F. Ratcliffe

Dr. Alfonso F. Ratcliffe was Dean of Engineering at the University of California and Director for the California State University Alliance for Minority Participation program. This program addressed the technology and education available in the field of engineering and how African Americans are affected by it.

Play Download 02/14/2000 - African American History Month: Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka

Akinwande Oluwole "Wole" Soyinka is a Nigerian writer, poet and playwright. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1986, the first African to be so honored. In 1994, he was designated United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Goodwill Ambassador for the promotion of African culture, human rights, freedom of expression, media and communication. His presentation is titled: Politics of Heritage and the Quest for Healing

Play Download 02/03/2000 - African American History Month: Aaron Brown

Rowan alum Aaron Brown presents: A Past to Cherish, A Future to Fulfill: African American Female Leaders.

Play Download 10/29/1999 - Community Voices: Dean Jim Tracey, College of Engineering

Community Voices presents the Dean of the College of Engineering Jim Tracey to discuss how the school of engineering came about and how Dean Tracy became involved.

Play Download 04/21/1999 - Asian-Pacific American History Month: Rose Tibayan

Action News reporter Rose Tibayan speaks about Asians in the broadcast networks in celebration of Asian-Pacific American history month.

Play Download 03/31/1999 - Women's History Month: Men and Feminism: The Sociological Perspective

Rowan professor Dr. Mark Hutter speaks with three male students about their views of feminism and why they consider themselves feminists.

Play Download 03/27/1999 - Women's History Month: Sheila Tobias

Sheila Tobias, author & activist, speaks at the annual women's studies luncheon, on The Future of Feminism. Educated in history and literature at Harvard/Radcliffe, Tobias earned a master's in history and an M.Phil at Columbia University and eight honorary doctorates, the most recent from Michigan State University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Play Download 03/22/1999 - Women's History Month: Dr. Julie Haynes

Rowan professor Dr. Julie Haynes discusses ways womens issues are addressed in country music videos. Dr. Haynes teaches Rhetorical Criticism, Images of Gender in Popular Culture, Mass Media and Their Influences, and the Seminar in Communication Studies. Recent seminar topics have included Rhetoric of Social Protest and Rhetoric of Gender and Horror.

Play Download 03/09/1999 - Women's History Month: Joanne Damminger & Lizziel Sullivan-Williams

Joanne Damminger and Lisa Sullivan-Williams from the Rowan University Career and Academic Planning Center present Women Preparing to be Career Giants.

Play Download 03/02/1999 - Women's History Month: Women Putting Our Stamp on America - Part 2

Three panelists, including Rowan University sociology professor Allison Carter, Dr. Janet Lindman and Anita Jackson discuss the most influential women of their time, and how they prepared themselves to be a working woman in the 21st century.

Play Download 03/02/1999 - Women's History Month: Women Putting Our Stamp on America - Part 1

Three panelists, including Rowan University sociology professor Allison Carter, Dr. Janet Lindman and Anita Jackson discuss the most influential women of their time, and how they prepared themselves to be a working woman in the 21st century.

Play Download 10/13/1998 - College of Business Presentation: Gil Medina

The Dean of the College of Business, Steven McNeil introduces Gil Medina, Commissioner of Commerce for New Jersey.

Play Download 06/23/1998 - Washington Township Mayor Jerry Luongo on Crime Prevention

Washington Township New Jersey Mayor Jerry Luongo speaks about crime prevention, live from Carrabas Italian restaurant.

Play Download 03/25/1998 - Women's History Month: Dr. Stella Nkomo

Dr Stella M. Nkomo is Professor of Management at the University of South Africa's Graduate School of Business Leadership. She is former Chair of the Department of management in the Belk College of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she taught in both MBA and management development programs. Dr Nkomo teaches in the field of human resource management, organisation behaviour, general management, diversity management and change management.

Play Download 03/17/1998 - Women's History Month: Dr. Joanne Glasgow

Womens Studies, the Gay-Straight Alliance and the Center for Teaching Excellence presents Queer Fear and what to do about it by Dr. Joanne Glasgow, a Professor of English and Womens studies at Bergen Community College..

Play Download 03/09/1998 - Paul Von Holtz Tribute

In remembrance of Rowan Family faculty member, Paul Von Holtz, host Dr. Dennis Mercier.

Play Download 03/03/1998 - Women's History Month: Creating Portals of Opportunity

In celebration of Womens History month, panelists Dr. Janet Moreland, Anita, L, Jackson, Dr. Corann Okorodudu, and Dr. Yvonne Rodriguez speak about creating portals of opportunity.

Play Download 02/16/1998 - African American History Month: Leon Dash

Pulitzer Prize winning author Leon Dash speaks at Rowan University to celebrate African American History Month.

Play Download 02/12/1998 - African American History Month: Dr. James Comer

Dr. James Comer, a Professor of Child Psychology at Rowan University speaks about school development programs and educational model for empowerment.

Play Download 02/10/1998 - African American History Month: Charles Cornelius

In honor of African American History Month, Charles Cornelius, President and CEO of Atlanta Life Insurance Company, speaks to Rowan University about the positive economic impact of higher education institutions on their community.

Play Download 02/01/1998 - African American History Month: Dr. James Anderson

Dr. James Anderson, VP Provost and Dean of Undergraduate studies at North Carolina State University speaks to the Rowan Community about African Americans in Business and the path towards empowerment in celebration of African American History Month.

Play Download 11/24/1997 - College of Business Presentation: Dr. Paul Drayton

Dr. Paul Drayton, DRPA CEO & PATCO president discusses the impact of Foreign Direct Investment and the reopening of the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

Play Download 04/12/1997 - Washington Township Board of Education Budget Panel

Rowan Radio presents Issues in Education featuring Washington Township Board of Education members Margaret Meehan, Thomas Flemming and Richard Gerber, hosted by Dr. Mark Meyers.

Play Download 03/05/1997 - Community Leadeship Panel

Student Leadership Series from Rowan College presents the Community Leadership Panel: Dr. Carol Matteson, Dr. Yvonne Rodriguez, Dr. Christy Faison and Dr. Margaret Tannenbaum.

Play Download 03/03/1997 - Women's History Month: Patrice Gains

Author Patrice Gains speaks in honor of Women's History Month on her book "Laughing in the Dark", a groundbreaking autobiography exploring the twisted path she traveled to find her place as a confident black female in a world that values whiteness and maleness.

Play Download 02/25/1997 - Women's History Month: Women in the Workplace: Stories of Success

Dr. Loretta Long, Dr. Carol Matteson, Dr. Toni Libro and Dr. Christy Faison discuss success stories of women in the workplace.

Play Download 02/19/1997 - African American History Month: Dr. Judy Richardson

Dr. Judy Richardson, Civil Rights Author & Documentary Filmmaker. Judy's writings have appeared in the academic journals Social Education and Public Historian; she lectures nationally and conducts professional development workshops for teachers all focused on the Civil Rights Movement and its relevance to the issues we face today, fifty years after the first sit-ins.

Play Download 02/11/1997 - African American History Month: Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall

Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall, founding Director of the Women's Research and Resource center, discusses African American studies program in honor of African American History Month.

Play Download 02/10/1997 - African American History Month: Dr. Hector Bonilla

Dr. Hector Bonilla discusses African influence on Latino Americans. Broadcast live from the Student Center.

Play Download 09/13/1995 - Campbell Library Dedication

Guest Speaker: Dr. Vartan Gregorian, Brown University's sixteenth president. He was awarded a Ph.D. in history and humanities from Stanford University. A Phi Beta Kappa and a Ford Foundation Foreign Area Training Fellow, he is a recipient of numerous fellowships, including those from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Social Science Research Council, and the American Philosophical Society.