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2001/12/21: Rowan University, PSEG Announce $100,000 Partnership

GLASSBORO ? PSEG has partnered with Rowan University?s College of Engineering and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to conduct a reliability study of the utility?s Hope Creek facility this year. F

2001/12/21: Rowan University, PSEG Announce $100,000 Partnership

GLASSBORO ? PSEG has partnered with Rowan University?s College of Engineering and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to conduct a reliability study of the utility?s Hope Creek facility this year. F

2001/12/21: Rowan Experts on New Year?s Topics

Resolutions are high on people?s list at the start of the New Year. The following Rowan University professors are available to discuss resolutions and other New Year?s-related topics. Dr. Leslie Sp

2001/12/19: Alumnus Donates $5,000 to Rowan University?s English Department

Glassboro ? Rowan alumnus and SMS business owner Robert Norton has donated $5,000 to the English department at Rowan University. The grant and possible subsequent grants will allow the English depart

2001/11/10: Grant to fund Rowan scholarships

Courier-Post staff GLASSBORO--The National Science Foundation recently awarded a $400,000 grant to Rowan University for scholarships for students in the College of Engineer

2001/11/09: Rowan gets $2M for science equipment

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff GLASSBORO--Rowan University received a $2 million grant from NASA on Thursday for the purchase of equipment for its planned $ 42

2001/11/07: Rowan Hosts International Education Program

Rowan University?s International Student Services and Multicultural Affairs Department will host an international education program beginning Thursday, Nov.8 through Tuesday, Nov. 20 at various locati

2001/11/06: Rowan awarded drug-fighting grant

GLASSBORO -- Rowan University's Center for Addiction Studies was given a $790,000 state grant to teach state college students of the dangers of club drugs, such as Ecstasy. The project, to be heade

2001/10/31: Rowan seminar gives answers about anthrax

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff GLASSBORO--A Rowan University professor tried to instill a little perspective and calm Tuesday as anthrax-tainted letters continue to leave Americans weary of

2001/10/29: Political Expert Available to Comment on Gubernatorial Race

A former economic analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Bulter knows his way around politics. He served as an international trade analyst for both the Office of U.S Trade and the U.S. In

2001/10/29: Rowan University Secretary Writes Students? Textbook

Glassboro -? When students enter the Law and Justice Department, they often come in contact with the department secretary, Peg Brown. And, while these students know Brown is a friendly, helpful membe

2001/10/26: NSF Awards Rowan $400,000 for Engineering/Computer Science Scholarships

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $400,000 grant to Rowan University for scholarships for students in the College of Engineering and Computer Science Department. The grant, designed to hel

2001/10/24: Rowan Co-hosts Women?s Health Summit

Rowan University?s Health & Exercise Science Department, the Gloucester County Health Department, the Gloucester County Institute of Technology and several area hospitals will co-host theWomen?s Healt

2001/10/19: Gubernatorial candidates square off at Rowan University

With 2 weeks remaining in the race and polls showing the candidates 10 points apart, Democrat Jim McGreevey and Republican Bret Schundler took a gen

2001/10/11: Expert on Afghanistan says: Understand, then fight

By Sara Isadora Mancuso, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF GLASSBORO - His afternoon interview on Tuesday was with the Chicago Tribune. At night, it was Newsweek on the phone. He has been the subject of

2001/10/02: Rowan University?s Computer Science Program Gains Accreditation

Rowan University?s Computer Science has received accreditation from the Computer Science Accreditation Commission of the Computer Science Accreditation Board. Rowan?s program is one of only 171 compu

2001/09/07: Rowan Students Receive Miele Psychology Scholarships

The Joseph P. Miele Foundation, of West Caldwell, has awarded $2,000 scholarships to Urszula Kobylinska, of Pitman, and Christine Kurz, of Little Egg Harbor, to be used toward tuition or books in the

2001/08/15: Greer joins Rowan faculty

Barbara Green - Gloucester County Times Staff GLASSBORO -- Dr. Darryl Greer, executive director of the New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities (ASCU), will join Rowan University's

2001/08/15: $375K donated to Rowan University

Barbara Green, Gloucester County Times staff GLASSBORO -- A South Jersey businessman who wants to remain anonymous has donated $375,000 to Rowan University's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

2001/08/10: Prostate cancer researcher gets NIH grant

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff GLASSBORO--The National Institutes of Health has given a Cherry Hill woman a $140,000, three-year grant to conduct prostate cancer research at Rowan Universit

2001/08/10: S. Jersey businessman gives Rowan $375,000, requests anonymity

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff GLASSBORO--Rowan University has a bashful benefactor. School officials on Thursday revealed that a South Jersey businessman, who wishes to remain anonymous, h

2001/08/09: Rowan University Professor Receives $140,000 Grant from National Institute of Health for Prostate Cancer Research

Glassboro ? Dr. Catherine Yang, an associate professor of chemistry at Rowan University, received a $140,000 three-year grant for prostate research from the National Institute of Health (NIH). This i

2001/08/09: South Jersey Resident Donates $375,000 to Rowan University?s College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

A South Jersey businessman who wishes to remain anonymous has donated $375,000 to support the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Rowan University. Rowan?s Executive Director of the Rowan Univ

2001/06/13: Mathematics Students Earn High Honors in International Competitions

Glassboro?Two Rowan University Mathematics teams received high honors at two different international mathematics competitions this year. Three students ? sophomores Scott Papson of Freehold, Stace

2001/05/10: Four Moms and Daughters Graduating from Rowan University

At least four mothers and daughters will be among the approximate 2,300 students eligible for graduation on May 11 from Rowan University. The family graduates are: Maryanne V. Ambrose and her da

2001/05/09: Rowan students, professor selected as Fulbright Scholars

The Fulbright Program, the United States government?s highly competitive international exchange program, has selected two Rowan University students and professor to take part in its educational exchan

2001/05/03: Rowan University Sponsors New Year?s Trip to England

Celebrate the New Year in England! Rowan University?s English Department is hosting a 14-day trip to England from December 27, 2001 to January 9, 2002. Experience British literary and historical s

2001/05/03: Local Students Tops in State Math Competition

Results of the 2001 Annual High School Mathematics Examination (AHSME) for New Jersey are in ? and local high school students received some of the highest scores. According to Rowan University Profes

2001/04/26: Rowan Professor a <+>Champion of EOF<+>

Dr. Corann Okorodudu, a Rowan University psychology professor, was named an EOF Champion by the State of New Jersey Commission on Higher Education Educational Opportunity Fund Board of Directors

2001/04/19: Tips to Cope with Stress at the Holidays . . . and Throughout the Year

Be a revolutionary. That's one of the suggestions Dr. Leslie Spencer has for coping with stress. Spencer is an associate professor of Health and Exercise Science

2001/04/19: Rowan University Archaeology Students Restore Historic Hopewell Cemetery

When talking about New Jersey history, people mention battlefields, buildings and memorials. Cemeteries rarely come to mind; but, New Jersey is full of historic cemeteries that offer records of place

2001/04/19: Rowan University Archaeology Students Restore Historic Hopewell Cemetery

When talking about New Jersey history, people mention battlefields, buildings and memorials. Cemeteries rarely come to mind; but, New Jersey is full of historic cemeteries that offer records of place

2001/04/12: Rowan University Holds Open House For Child And Family Assessment,

Rowan University?s Liberal Arts and Sciences Institute will hold an open house to celebrate the official grand opening of the University?s Child and Family Assessment Clinic and the Tobacco Dependency

2001/04/10: Rowan University To Induct First Class Into National Golden Key Honor Society

Approximately 400 Rowan University juniors and seniors will be the first Rowan University inductees into the Golden Key National Honor Society on April 10, 2001 at 6 p.m.in Rowan University?s Student

2001/04/06: Rowan University Hosts 4th Annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Research Symposium

WHO: Approximately 50 Rowan University students in science, technology, engineering and math WHAT: will showcase their research projects that they have been working on since June WHERE: in the S

2001/04/06: Rowan University Hosts 4TH Annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Research Symposium

Approximately 50 Rowan University students in science, technology, engineering and math will showcase their research projects on Friday, April 6 from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., in the Student Center Bal

2001/04/01: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Calendar of Events

The following is a list of events being held at Rowan University in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. For more information, visit http://www.rowan.edu. The university i

2001/03/30: Rowan University Hosts Equinox Astronomy Lecture

The Rowan University Astronomy Club and Department of Chemistry and Physics will host a free equinox astronomy lecture that is open to the public on Wednesday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m. in Rowan Hall. Dr.

2001/03/29: South Jersey High School Programming Contest Held At Rowan University

Who: Computer Science Department at Rowan University What: Annual South Jersey High School Programming Contest When: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Saturday, March 31 Where: Robinson Hall Deta

2001/03/07: South Jersey High School Programming Contest Held at Rowan University

The Computer Science Department at Rowan University will host its annual South Jersey High School Programming Contest on Saturday, March 31, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Robinson building. Student

2001/03/07: South Jersey High School Programming Contest

GLASSBORO, N.J. ? The Computer Science Department at Rowan University will host its annual South Jersey High School Programming Contest on Saturday, March 31, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Robinson bui

2001/02/21: <+>Stand by the River<+> - African American History Month

Glassboro, N.J. -- ?Rowan University hosts musical Stand by the River, the story of William Still and the underground railroad on March 3, at 8 p.m. at the Tohill Auditorium in celeb

2001/02/14: <+>From Africa to America: A Journey through Word and Song<+>

Rowan University hosts From Africa to America: A Journey through Word and Song on February 27, at 5:30 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom Lobby in celebration of African American Hi

2001/02/01: Rowan's African American History Month Calendar of Events

The following is a list of events being held at Rowan University in celebration of African American History Month. For more information, visit http://www.rowan.edu or call Richard Williams

2001/01/19: NSF Awards $163,000 Grant to Rowan Engineers

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $163,000 grant to Engineering and Health and Exercise Science professors at Rowan University to conduct a study called

2001/01/02: Rowan Radio's Crime, Courts and the Law Radio Program Features

Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM?s weekly radio program ? Crime, Courts and the Law ? will broadcast live from the Division of Criminal Justice in Trenton on Thursday, January 4,