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The board of directors of the South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University at its December 18 meeting retained Lincoln Property Company, of Philadelphia, as master developer of Phase I of its plan
GLASSBORO - As many as 15 qualified Williamstown High School graduates will be guaranteed acceptance each year into Rowan University's computer science program. Under an agreement signed yesterday
Ten percent of our nation?s 12th graders have tried a drug that can make them vulnerable to crimes such as rape, affect their present and future health, or kill them. The drug is ecstasy, and film
Nurses in South Jersey soon will be able to further their education closer to home. The Rowan University Board of Trustees approved a resolution Wednesday authorizing a joint degree program with th
Rowan University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) have collaborated to establish an RN-to-BSN program that will enable registered nurses to earn a bachelor of science
Rowan University invites all employers in the fields of engineering, mathematics, science, and business to participate in the Rowan University Technical Career Fair, a recruiting event, on Thursday, F
The Office of African American Studies at Rowan University will host noted speaker, educator, consultant and specialist in African American history Dr. Howard Dodson for a lecture and book signing on
Rowan University students interested in entering the medical field now have two more options to explore.
Rowan University students interested in entering the medical field now have two more options to explore. The Glassboro-based University recently signed an articulation agreement with the University of
GLASSBORO - Rowan University associate professor of mathematics Dr. Eric Milou of Washington Township, has been elected president of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of NJ (AMTNJ). Milou,
WHO: The Astronomy Club, Astronomy faculty, members of the Rowan community and area residents will attend WHAT: The Science Hall Observatory / Total Lunar Eclipse Open House WHEN: on Saturday
Glassboro ? Rowan University will host a public lecture on Zen Buddhist Meditation Monday, November 3 from 11 a.m. to noon in Campbell Library Room 226. The lecture will be presented by Shigenori Naga
GLASSBORO - The History of Education Society has awarded Rowan University assistant professor of Education John Spencer, of Merion, Pa., the 2003 Claude A. Eggertsen Prize for the best dissertation o
The American Society of Civil Engineers has selected Rowan University's Joseph Orlins, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, as a 2003 ExCEEd Teaching Fellow. ExCEEd (Excellen
GLASSBORO -- Students at Rowan University will have classes in the new Science Hall for the first time today. Students, faculty and administrators gathered Tuesday afternoon to catch a glimpse of
GLASSBORO - SCIENCE HALL SNAPSHOT Cost: $45 million Fact box Size: Six stories, 149,100 square feet Departments: Biological sciences, chemistry, biochemistry, physics, astronomy. Planet
John Lowe walked down the gleaming corridors of Rowan University's new Science Hall on Tuesday and became melancholy. The 24-year-old Sicklerville resident, who graduated from Rowan in May with a b
For the fourth consecutive year, U.S News & World Report has ranked Rowan University among the best institutions of higher education in the United States in its annual ranking of the nation' best coll
On Tuesday, September 2, Rowan University will celebrate the dedication of the campus?s newest facility, Science Hall. The official opening ceremony with remarks from Rowan University President Dr.
2003/07/14: Rowan University's Society of Physics Students Captures Six National Awards Including Outstanding Chapter
GLASSBORO - Rowan University's Society of Physics Students has won five national awards, including the outstanding chapter award, from the National Office of the Society of Physics Students. The ou
"It was the largest nation in the world, run by lunatics. A genius. And a harlot," shouts the History Channel's fancy advertising campaign for its big-deal, four-hour Russia: Land of the Tsars. But
GLASSBORO -- While his peers fixed caps, zipped gowns and spent their remaining hour as college students chatting with loved ones, Francis Hancock stood silently clasping his hands and gazing out the
Edward Gimmi dreams in pastels, watercolors and charcoal. And today, the 72-year-old retired mechanical designer will live out his dream when he walks with the graduating class at Rowan University.
2003/04/25: Rowan University's New Associate Dean of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Wins Fulbright Fellowship
GLASSBORO - Rowan University's Board of Trustees has approved the hiring of Jin Wang as associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. His tenure at Rowan begins July 1. After being
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Rowan University a one-year, $250,000 grant for The Rowan University Community Partnership: Bridging Environmental Information to the Loca
2003/04/11: Rowan University's Psychology Department Offers New Specialization in Child Behavioral Services
GLASSBORO - Rowan University's Department of Psychology now offers a unique specialization in child behavioral services. The University is among just nine institutions in the nation and the only one
Rowan University will remember English professor, Dr. Richard Mitchell with a memorial service on Wednesday, February 19 at 7 p.m. Mitchell passed away peacefully in his Pitman home on December 27.
Rowan University will host South Jersey?s Technical Career Fair on Thursday, February 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student Center?s Eynon Ballroom. The Career Fair is open to employers through