Executive Summary: AY10 was an active and productive year in the College of Communication. With almost 1400 undergraduate majors, almost 50 graduate students, and an impressive number of general education courses, we provided over 13,000 course seats. As in the past, we achieved a high level of efficiency in the college, filling courses to 99% … Read more
As part of my summer reading, I’ve been working on Old Path White Clouds by Thich Nhat Hanh. During my reading yesterday, I came across this quote: Do not speak words that can create division and hatred. Your words should be in accord with the truth. Yes means yes. No means no. Words have the … Read more
Maria Simone, from the department of Communication Studies, is currently in training for the Lake Placid Ironman Triathlon and using her training to help make a difference for Rowan students. You can read about her progress on the Rowan Today page at http://www.rowan.edu/today/news/index/PR/2735 or on her blog http://www.runningalife.com Go, Maria!
Across the United States, communities (including Philadelphia), library systems, and schools participate in “One Book” programs. These programs are designed to encourage members of a community or school to read a common book, then allowing for community discussion, reflection, and analysis of the text. For colleges and universities, such programs allow the shared book to … Read more