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Star Doc

In a corner office, overlooking the campus quad, John Herrmann often feels like the captain of the Star Trek Enterprise; with a perfect view of the budding spring campus, Herrmann sees the whole world as an observatory. Professor Herrmann has …

Philadelphia Science Festival

As the weather warms and students and faculty take to the outdoors after a chilly winter, so too will the College of Science and Mathematics be making its way outside.In an inaugural appearance, CSM will be included in this year's …

Archimedes & Quest for Theory of Everything

APRIL SERIES:  Archimedes and the Quest for the Theory of EverythingChris Rorres, Ph.D. Lecturer in Epidemiology, University of PennsylvaniaProfessor Emeritus of Mathematics, Drexel UniversityApril 11, 20141:45 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.Boyd …

Evolution & Cancer

The Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series presents:  Evolution & Cancer Speaker David Botstein, Ph.D., Anthony B. Evnin Professor of Genomics Director at Princeton University and Director at the Lewis-Sigler Institute Princeton …

The Quiet Side

The projector screen slid down the wall and computer fans whirled, as students prepared for just another presentation – their shoulders hunched and eyes closing; in just two minutes however, spines rose upright and eyes brightened from …

A Fall in Review

The fall semster, here at the College of Science and Mathematics, was as colorful as the changing leaves, here in Glassboro. With events stemming from homecoming, to distinguished speakers, workshops and student and faculty achievements, everyone …

The Dean's Message

As we enter our second year as a research university, our College continues to demonstrate its excellence through increased research activities and grants, in addition to outstanding faculty accomplishments.      I am …

Students Go "Mad" Over Finals

Post-it® notes, highlighters, computers and thermoses were lined the Science Hall atriums and hallways, as students were losing their minds, preparing for their final exams. "Study Madness," co-sponsored by the Office of Health …

Upcoming Dates

The Following are the upcoming dates for the Spring Semester at the College of Science and MathematicsMarch 28     Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series:  BioinformaticsApril 5     MAA-NJ Math Conference  April 10 & …

Dr. Jen Kay's robotics program goes MOOC

Computer Science professor Jennifer Kay was recently featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer.Check out Philly.com's article  

40th Annual Psychology Conference at Rowan

The Department of Psychology is hosting the 40th annual Psychology Conference at Rowan University on Thursday, April 17. For more information regarding the event and abstract submissions, click here.  

In Search of Distinguished Alumni

Rowan's Alumni Engagement is seeking nominations for the 2014 Rowan University Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Awards.Categories include:  Distinguished Alumnus AwardDistinguished Young Alumnus AwardLifetime Service AwardAlumni …

Study Madness Prepares for Finals

Who says Friday the 13th has to be unlucky?  Improve your luck and your grades by coming out to STUDY MADNESS presented by the Office of Health Professions along with students from the Pre-Health Society, Pre-Allied Health Society and the …

Let it Show, Let it Show, Let it Show

Performances of "Season of Light," the traditional holiday show, will begin Saturday, Nov. 30th at 7:00 p.m. at Edelman Planetarium. Shows will be given on Saturdays at 7:00 p.m. and Sundays at 3:00 p.m. through Dec. 15th Narrated by Noah …

Google Funding Impacts Computer Science Education Outreach

Anyone who's been tethered to a computer, gathered details on a history topic or on a politician, evaluated the demographics of his neighborhood or the stats of her kids' school district, searched for a recipe or a long-lost relative, knows that …

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