#KeepinLocalOpen: Printmaking & Illustration Alum Supports Small Businesses Like Her Own During COVID Crisis

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Today we speak with 2008 graduate Courtney Stevenson, who earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking & Illustration, with a minor in Art History. She and her husband, Justin, also a Rowan alum, started developing their successful screen printing business, Wider Awake, soon after graduation. Now they are working with other local businesses […]

Senior Reflects: Multi-Talented Artist, New Grad Leann Carlson

Meet Leann Carlson, a recent graduate, studio art major and art history minor from Vineland, New Jersey (Cumberland County) who commuted during her time as a student here at Rowan University. Rowan Blog featured Leann after her semester abroad on a prestigious art scholarship.  Please tell us about your favorite moment with a faculty member or a […]

Senior Reflects: My Experiences that Made the Most of Rowan

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Today’s story is from Devon Graf, a senior communications studies major self-distancing from her house in Camden County, NJ. Devon joined the Rowan Blog team to wrap up her remaining internship hours, after her internship with Enchanted Celebrations was cut short prematurely due to COVID-19 affecting business. One of my favorite memories is studying abroad […]

How Construction Management Major Jeremiah Cason Earned a Degree From Across the Country

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Name: Jeremiah Ryan Cason Class of: 2019 Degree: B.A. in Construction Management Hometown and county: I live in Beaumont, CA with my wife and 3 kids. First-generation college student? Yes, I am the first student in my family to earn a bachelor’s degree. What inspired you to choose Construction Management? Honestly, it was the need to provide for […]

Faculty PROFile: World Language Department’s Kipp Matalucci

Kipp Matalucci, German adjunct instructor at Rowan, stands outside on campus.

Meet Kipp Matalucci, German adjunct instructor within the College of Humanities & Social Sciences.  What is your area of expertise? I think the biggest strength I bring to the classroom is a knowledge of culture and civilization, particularly of Germany and Austria. I’ve acquired this not only through formal study but also through a lifetime of […]

Beyond the Classroom: Interning in Israel

Junior Biochemistry major Alyssa Salera, who interned in Isreal in summer 2019, is photographed outside of the Barnes and Noble

Meet Alyssa Salera, a junior from East Greenwich, NJ (Gloucester County) majoring in Biochemistry from the College of Science & Mathematics. This summer, Alyssa interned in Israel at a rehabilitation hospital, where she worked closely with physical therapists and patients. Today, she will share with us her experience abroad. Where did you intern this summer? […]

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