Best of Both Worlds: International Student Merges Love of Marketing & Basketball at Internship

Rowan international student and marketing major Marko Minic outside Business Hall

For senior international student Marko Minic, a Marketing major from Serbia, (basket)ball is life! He came to the United States in 2016 to pursue an education in business and to continue playing the sport he loves.  “It’s business-oriented in America, and I felt that I could prosper here with an education in some sort of […]

From MBA to Big 4 Accounting Firm EY, Shivani Launches Career

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Meet Shivani Shah, a recent Master of Business Administration (MBA) Rowan graduate from South Brunswick, NJ (Middlesex County) who will hold an Assurance Staff position at EY (Ernst & Young) this September. Shivani worked hard over the past four years at Rowan, earning her B.S. in Accounting and, immediately after, achieving her MBA. Learn how […]

#PROFspective: Journalism Major Chad Wittmann

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Today we speak with Chad Wittman, a rising senior journalism major from Alloway, NJ (Salem County), who rents a house off-campus in Glassboro. This is Chad’s story and his #PROFspective on his experience as a Rowan student. Name: Chad WittmanMajor: Journalism in the College of Communication and Creative ArtsMinors/concentrations: Media and Strategic CommunicationYear: SeniorHometown and County: Alloway, […]

PROS Learn Best Practices for Orientation at NODA Region VII Conference

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Aaron Lee, a junior biochemistry and public relations double major from Williamstown, NJ (Gloucester County) shares his student leadership experience.  Absolutely amazing! Those are the only words I can use to describe my experience at the NODA (The Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education) Region VII Conference. Over spring break, eight of […]

EMS Chief Shares How Students Benefit From Volunteering

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Vernon Howery, chief of Rowan University’s EMS, shares how students benefit from joining his team. Rowan’s EMS handled approximately 800 calls last year and participates in two dozen on-campus events throughout the year — giving student volunteers real-life, practical, hands-on experience that helps them grow as pre-professionals.  “The students are the best part of my […]

Paige Ward’s Home Away From Home, Rowan Chi Alpha [VIDEO]

Rowan’s Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship focuses on helping people connect to God and each other. The meetings are where Paige Ward, a junior Spanish major, vocal music and international studies minor from Marlton, NJ (Burlington County) feels most at home. Like what you see? Register for a tour or open house. VISIT CAMPUS​​ Video by: Edris, junior […]

#PROFspective: Psychology Major Raysa Ortiz Minaya

Today, we speak with  Raysa Ortiz Minaya, a junior psychology major who is a Camden campus student. Raysa will share her #PROFspective with us on what it’s like to be a Rowan University student and how she’s getting the most out of her college experience as a Rowan Prof. Name Raysa Ortiz Minaya Year: Junior Major: Psychology Minors: Sociology and […]

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