Rowan University

rowan.edu

Since its founding in 1923, Rowan University has evolved from a teacher preparation college to a bustling regional university that's ranked among the best public universities in the North by U.S. News and World Report. Today, Rowan's more than 18,000 students choose from more than 74 bachelor's and 51 master's degree programs, four doctoral programs and two professional programs. The university is one of just 56 institutions in the country with accredited programs in business, education, engineering and medicine.

C-Suite On Deck

Responsive image

Feature market insights and perspectives from top C-Level executives, elite technology influencers and thought leaders from your company here. This signature initiative has garnered immense support...

Contact Us

Events

Related News

SETTING ‘REASONABLE’ GOALS, EXPECTATIONS AND ROUTINES FOR REMOTE LEARNING

edsurge | April 27, 2020

news image

It has been over a month since most U.S. schools closed their doors. But what many hoped would be a temporary transition to remote learning has morphed into something more permanent, as many districts have announced they will not reopen for the rest of this academic year. The hasty rollout of new plans, and piecemeal changes to them, have flustered teachers and parents alike. “It’s really hard to have a routine with changing expectations week by week,” said Angela Estrella, an ...

Read More

HOWARD U GETS $10M FOR STEM PROGRAM — ITS LARGEST GIFT YET

educationdive | January 22, 2020

news image

Howard University announced Wednesday that it has received the largest gift in its 153-year history: a $10 million donation to endow an existing program designed to help underrepresented students earn a STEM doctorate. Started in 2017, the Bison STEM Scholars Program has been renamed after the Karsh family, which made the donation. It covers all or most of four years of tuition, fees and room and board for undergraduates who commit to pursuing doctoral studies in STEM fields, depending on their ...

Read More

TALENT DEVELOPMENT

PICNIC WORKS™ AND CHARTWELLS HIGHER EDUCATION EXPAND EFFORT TO REVOLUTIONIZE CAMPUS DINING EXPERIENCES

Picnic Works | June 15, 2022

news image

Picnic Works, Seattle-based innovator of food automation technology, today announces an expanded university partnership with leading contract food service management company Chartwells Higher Education. Following a successful pilot program at Texas A&M and the University of Chicago, Chartwells continues to revolutionize the campus dining experience, with cutting-edge kitchen equipment from Picnic. "Our team realized an unexpected benefit during the pilot, Du...

Read More

CORPORATE EDUCATION AND TRAINING

CODECADEMY ANNOUNCES TEAMS+ AND EXPANDS B2B TECHNICAL TRAINING OFFERINGS

Codecademy | October 22, 2021

news image

Codecademy, the leading online learning platform for technical skills, today announced the launch of Teams+, its newest B2B offering that helps organizations optimize their technical training programs for better onboarding, upskilling, and retention of talent. Utilizing Codecademy's library of technical content and interactive learning features, Teams+ allows companies to customize and curate Codecademy curriculum to meet the specific needs of their employees, resulting in a robust, tailored...

Read More
news image

SETTING ‘REASONABLE’ GOALS, EXPECTATIONS AND ROUTINES FOR REMOTE LEARNING

edsurge | April 27, 2020

It has been over a month since most U.S. schools closed their doors. But what many hoped would be a temporary transition to remote learning has morphed into something more permanent, as many districts have announced they will not reopen for the rest of this academic year. The hasty rollout of new plans, and piecemeal changes to them, have flustered teachers and parents alike. “It’s really hard to have a routine with changing expectations week by week,” said Angela Estrella, an ...

Read More
news image

HOWARD U GETS $10M FOR STEM PROGRAM — ITS LARGEST GIFT YET

educationdive | January 22, 2020

Howard University announced Wednesday that it has received the largest gift in its 153-year history: a $10 million donation to endow an existing program designed to help underrepresented students earn a STEM doctorate. Started in 2017, the Bison STEM Scholars Program has been renamed after the Karsh family, which made the donation. It covers all or most of four years of tuition, fees and room and board for undergraduates who commit to pursuing doctoral studies in STEM fields, depending on their ...

Read More
news image

TALENT DEVELOPMENT

PICNIC WORKS™ AND CHARTWELLS HIGHER EDUCATION EXPAND EFFORT TO REVOLUTIONIZE CAMPUS DINING EXPERIENCES

Picnic Works | June 15, 2022

Picnic Works, Seattle-based innovator of food automation technology, today announces an expanded university partnership with leading contract food service management company Chartwells Higher Education. Following a successful pilot program at Texas A&M and the University of Chicago, Chartwells continues to revolutionize the campus dining experience, with cutting-edge kitchen equipment from Picnic. "Our team realized an unexpected benefit during the pilot, Du...

Read More
news image

CORPORATE EDUCATION AND TRAINING

CODECADEMY ANNOUNCES TEAMS+ AND EXPANDS B2B TECHNICAL TRAINING OFFERINGS

Codecademy | October 22, 2021

Codecademy, the leading online learning platform for technical skills, today announced the launch of Teams+, its newest B2B offering that helps organizations optimize their technical training programs for better onboarding, upskilling, and retention of talent. Utilizing Codecademy's library of technical content and interactive learning features, Teams+ allows companies to customize and curate Codecademy curriculum to meet the specific needs of their employees, resulting in a robust, tailored...

Read More