Student Spotlight: Waldy Diez

May 2, 2014
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Student Spotlight: Waldy Diez

  If you have ever tuned into Rowan Radio-WGLS at 7:00 a.m. for The Early Bird Special, then you’ve heard the energetic yet inviting voice of Waldy Diez.  As the host of the morning show and student station manager, Waldy has her hands full, but you would never know with the smile she keeps on her face. In addition to her leadership position at Rowan Radio, Waldy has a host of other jobs and responsibilities, including writing for The Whit and being the social media coordinator...
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Wall of Fame – AY14

April 29, 2014
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Congratulations to the members of CCCA who will be honored at the AY14 Wall of Fame luncheon. Each of these individuals were nominated by AY13 graduates as a person who most helped them as a teacher or advisor. Our AY14 honorees in the college are: Dr. Joe Basso, PR/Advertising – Teaching and Advising Prof. Jon Mason, RTF – Teaching and Advising Prof. Kathryn Quigley, Journalism – Teaching Dr. Dan Schowalter, Communication Studies – Teaching Dr. Ed Streb, Communication Studies – Teaching and Advising Mr. Chris...
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2014 Denise Gess Literary Awards at Rowan University

April 27, 2014
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A new year brings a new set of winners for the Denise Gess Literary Awards. The awards recognize the winning entries from students across the university with original work in the genres of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. The winners of this year’s awards are: The Pat B. Tweedie Award for Nonfiction First Place: Ojas Patel, ’14, “Your New Face” Second Place: Joe DiCarlo, ’14, “Six Days in the Absence of Life” Third Place: Alfred J. Dansbury, Sr., COGS, “Making Do” Honorable Mention: Carol Magrino, MAW,...
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Communication Studies major presents at women’s conference

April 24, 2014
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Communication Studies major presents at women’s conference

When Rowan University student Cindelle Harris spent four months researching, preparing and writing her senior project for her communication studies senior seminar class, she never expected her work to gain the attention of others outside of her professor and classmates. However, she gained more recognition than she could have imagined. Cindelle was invited to present her work, “Language: The Shaping Force of Progressive Womanism through Blogs and Online Forums” at the 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Colloquium. The event, hosted by the New Jersey Women’s...
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Mimi Malloy, At Last! release and reading

April 22, 2014
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Mimi Malloy, At Last! release and reading

Writing Arts professor Julia MacDonnell Chang has released a new novel, Mimi Malloy, At Last!. This semi-autobiography follows 68-year-old Mimi Malloy,  a baby boomer who has spent years working and taking care of her family and her home. Now retired with adult children, she is searching to find herself amid her overly concerned children, changing environment and the inevitable old age. Julia Chang will be hosting a reading of Mimi Malloy, At Last! at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday April 24th at the Rowan University Barnes &...
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RTF Professor Sheri Chinen Biesen releases new book

April 21, 2014
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RTF Professor Sheri Chinen Biesen releases new book

Dr. Sheri Chinen Biesen, a radio, television & film professor at Rowan University, has released her second book Music in the Shadows: Noir Musical Films. In her second published book, Biesen uncovers the underlying messages in noir musical films, with a particular interest in films made during the 1950s. Learn more about the book here at the Music in the Shadows blog. Buy the book here at Amazon.com.
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