Passing the Torch: Transfer Student Grad Gives Advice

Eduarda in her graduation gown sitting on a pink wooden chair

Eduarda Moura, a law and justice graduate from Delran, NJ (Burlington County), shares how she made the most out of her college students as a first generation, transfer student. “Definitely don’t waste time. Time flies—my four years hit me before I could realize it. Now, off to grad school!”  Like what you see? Come visit […]

Political Science Alumnus Highlights Internships as Path to Public Service Career

Rowan University alumnus Bill Moen taking a selfie with supporters at a political event.

Bill Moen, class of 2009, has always had a desire to serve his community. As the son of a Vietnam veteran and the grandson of two World War II veterans, he originally came to Rowan to pursue a career as a state trooper. But the Runnemede, NJ native (Camden County) quickly realized his passion was […]

How One Student Uses Skills Learned at Rowan to Fight Crime

Young lady leaning against hand rail looking off into the distance thinking of all the possibilities the world offers in white button down shirt

Do you think you have what it takes to work at a prosecutor’s office? Well check out senior computing and informatics major Diane Nealon’s perspective on interning at the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office (OCPO), where she assists the High Technology Crime Unit in providing law enforcement agencies in the county with tools to assist with investigating […]

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