Rowan University

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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. Rowan University will become a new model for higher education by being inclusive, agile, and responsive, offering diverse scholarly and creative educational experiences, pathways, environments, and services to meet the needs of all students; maintaining agility by strategically delivering organizational capacity across the institution; and responding to emerging demands and opportunities regionally and nationally.

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Higher Education

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Michael D. Blake
Assistant Vice President of Budget and Financial Planning at Rowan University
Jill Carroll
3/4 Assistant Professor at Rowan University
Doreen Fera
Faculty, Writing Arts at Rowan University
Robert Whyte
Assistant Professor at Rowan University
Courtney Richmond
Professor of Biological Sciences at Rowan University
Robert S. D'Intino
Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Rowan University
Daniel Folkinshteyn
Associate Professor of Finance at Rowan University

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