#PROFspective: Biological Sciences Major Aryana Marquez on Her Undergraduate Research with Anti-Cancer Drugs

Rowan Biological Sciences major Aryana M. works in a lab.

Today we highlight Aryana Marquez, a third-year Biological Sciences major with a minor in Chemistry. Marquez discusses her research with organic synthesis of cancer-treating pharmaceuticals, medical school goals, and being a woman of color in STEM.  Why did you choose Rowan? I applied to 11 schools; I think I got into about seven of them, […]

Hispanic Heritage Month #PROFspective: Advertising Major Angelica Petroche on Support, Inclusion and Campus Opportunities

Today, as part of our Hispanic Heritage Month #PROFspective series, we feature senior Angelica Petroche from Ledgewood, NJ (Morris County). Angelica is majoring in Advertising and has a minor in Strategic Communication. She is involved in ProfAgency, ULA (United Latinos Association) and Rowan’s ASCEND program. What is your student experience here at Rowan? Do you […]

Hispanic Heritage Month #PROFspective: Psychology Major Katarina Carmona on Growing Diversity in Academia

An aerial view of Rowan University's Glassboro campus.

Today, as part of our Hispanic Heritage Month #PROFspective series, we feature senior Katarina Carmona from Fair Lawn, NJ (Bergen County). Katarina is a Psychology major and transfer student from RCSJ involved with Rowan Thrive, Psychology Peer Mentoring, Tutoring, Academic Success Coaching, the Psychology Alliance, and is a research assistant for the ASSeRT Lab. What […]

History, Anthropology Graduate Kathryn Seu Pursues M.A. in Holocaust and Genocide Education

Kathryn holds a textbook. in inside

Today we speak with Kathryn Seu, a recent Rowan University graduate with degrees in History and Anthropology. She will continue her studies by pursuing her master’s degree in Holocaust and Genocide Education, the first program of its kind, through Rowan Global. Kathryn is from West Berlin, NJ (Camden County) and is student association president of […]

Future Students Explore Creative Arts, Career Possibilities at Rowan’s Inaugural Storytellers Camp

Storytellers Camp students receive a tour of Rowan Radio.

This summer, Rowan University launched its first-ever Storytellers Camp, where students from upper elementary to high school explored new avenues to tell stories through sessions in photojournalism, clay and creativity, advertising and sports broadcasting. Today we speak to Patricia Coughlan, senior lecturer and camp organizer, on how Storytellers came to be, the program’s goals and […]

Summer Session: Painting Campus Landmarks with Art Education Major Brooke Bryant

Brooke talks to professor Alicia Finger while working on a painting in class.

Brooke Bryant (she/her), a senior Art Education major from Cumberland County, guides us through a summer session of an Introduction to Watercolor class with Professor Alicia Finger. Brooke talks to us about why she likes the class, the strengths of Rowan’s Art Education program, and some of the work she’s done in the class. What […]

Beyond the Classroom: Finance Major Annabella Halbruner’s Summer Internship “Everything I Could Have Asked for to Prepare for Future Career”

Annabella is standing in front of the Rohrer College of Business.

Internships provide a glimpse of what to expect out of the specific field one might be interested in as well as providing a hands-on experience that wouldn’t be possible anywhere else. For senior Finance major Annabella Halbruner from Cape May, NJ, we discussed her experience so far as an intern at HFM Financial Advising as […]

Alumni Success: “What’s Good” with Isaiah Showell ‘15, Multimedia Journalist and Local Storyteller

Isaiah interviews a subject for What's Good.

Isaiah Showell of Atlantic County has hosted and produced more than 100 videos spotlighting the people, places and programs of South Jersey communities for the series “What’s Good,” which he founded in 2017. Isaiah, who graduated with a Journalism degree from the Ric Edelman College of Communication and Creative Arts, shares his own South Jersey […]

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