The Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration
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CultureCloud won first place at the 2016 Business Plan Competition, held by the Rohrer College of Business. The team included Honors students Jeff Eker, Charlie Grab, Austin Carrig, Justin Lavan, Brad Johnson, Antonia Nuzzolo, Caroline Otto, Matthew Whitley and Nick Felker.
Think Like a Girl Engineering kits won second place and the team including Honors student Gabrielle Rochino.
Honors students received several prestigious awards at the 2016 Rowan Leadership Summit (below).
Max Bareiss won second place at the 2016 Rohrer College of Business Elevator Pitch Competition for his product, Printrcycle. Jenna Dickinson placed 3rd with her company, Build-A-Bra.
The following students received the Dean's Outstanding Senior Awards for the College of Science and Mathematics: Erica Avery for Biochemistry, Julianne Thornton for Bioinformatics, Olivia Fiebig in Chemistry, and Maureen Sessa in Psychology.
Paul Rothlauf was accepted to be a Harvard-Amgen Scholar, one of the most competitive Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) summer programs.
James A. Ritchie III (below) gave a presentation at the Southern New Jersey Professional Societies (SNJPS) March dinner meeting. He spoke about his work implementing and testing a genetic algorithm for creating time-shifted air traffic scenarios for Conflict Probe (CP) testing.
Sylvia Hanna earned an Honorable Mention for the prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship.
Nick Felker and Chris Frederickson spearheaded Rowan's first Hackathon, Profhacks. It was a great success, read more about it here!
Tyler Jiang, a History/International Studies double major, published an essay (“Djibouti is Jumping”) for the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Click here to read his work!