First Ever Group Of Students Graduate From Cooper Medical School Of Rowan U.Graduates and their families celebrated a milestone in Camden today.
College Students Try Selling Their Research Ideas In The Real World, Sort OfRowan University students took part today in the school's 19th annual STEM symposium.
Revised Hospital Deal Reached Between Rowan University And InspiraA new deal has been approved by Rowan University to sell some 100 acres of land near Route 55, just outside Glassboro, New Jersey to the Inspira Health Network.
Rowan University Puppy Program Raises Service Dogs For Non-ProfitIf you see puppies sporting little yellow vests around Rowan University the answer is “yes” you can pet them.
Research Project By Rowan Univ. Students Recognized By NASASome Rowan University students have an incredible opportunity that is out of this world.
Rowan University Approves Inspira Hospital Land DealA hundred acres of farmland in Gloucester County could become South Jersey's next hospital, under a plan approved by the property owner, Rowan University.
Teresa Giudice To Sign Copies Of New Book At Rowan University BookstoreGiudice will be at the Rowan University bookstore from 7 to 9 p.m. to sign copies of the book.
Several Rowan Students Charged In Fraud Scheme Costing 7-Eleven Store $35K In LossesThe scheme involved Rowan pre-paid debit cards.
Rowan University Benefactor Remembered At Memorial Service On CampusHundreds attended a memorial service for philanthropist Henry Rowan on the campus of the South Jersey university that bears his name. Rowan passed last month at the age of 92.
Rowan Women's Hoops, An NJAC ForceThe 2015-16 season has been an incredibly successful one so far for the Division III Rowan University women's basketball program.
Rowan Univ. Holds Off On Land Sale For Proposed Hospital The board of trustees at Rowan University has put off a vote on the proposed sale of 100 acres of land just outside Glassboro for use as a new hospital.
Christmas Comes Early For Some Top 3rd Grade Students At Camden SchoolProgram coordinator Michael Green says these kids earned it.