Beyond the Classroom: Finance Major Annabella Halbruner’s Summer Internship “Everything I Could Have Asked for to Prepare for Future Career”

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Internships provide a glimpse of what to expect out of the specific field one might be interested in as well as providing a hands-on experience that wouldn’t be possible anywhere else. For senior Finance major Annabella Halbruner from Cape May, NJ, we discussed her experience so far as an intern at HFM Financial Advising as […]

Beyond the Classroom: Sarah Forsman, Achieving the Impossible

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Sarah Forsman, a Marketing and Psychology student from Gloucester County, is an advocate for those who have Alpha-Mannosidosis and Craniosynostosis. Her experience with the following conditions have provided Sarah with a renewed perspective — one that influences her outreach and prospective goals. In today’s article, Sarah discusses her story, her involvement across organizations, and her […]

Beyond the Classroom (Literally): Dig Exploration in Forensic Anthropology Class with Archie Katz and Dawson Kipphut

Today we share moments from our conversation with students Archie Katz and Dawson Kipphut during a mock forensic anthropology dig, a project for their Forensic Anthropology class. We asked them about their favorite parts of their majors, the Forensic Anthropology course, and the specific responsibilities they had for this end-of-the-year project. Archie Katz is a […]

International Student, Business Major Osvaldo Ismael Rosi Mejia Finds “Second Home” at Rowan

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Today we feature Osvaldo Ismael Rosi Mejia, a junior Management Information Systems major from Mays Landing, NJ (Atlantic County). Osvaldo is originally from the Dominican Republic and moved to the United States in 2020 with his sister for the educational experience. Osvaldo talks about his journey to the United States and how his job on […]

Inside the Journalism Major with Joel Vazquez-Juarbe

Today we feature senior Joel Vazquez-Juarbe, a Journalism major with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism. He is currently an intern for The Today Show through NBC Universal and will be joining an ABC affiliate in South Carolina as a multimedia journalist after graduation. Joel serves as co-Editor-in-Chief of The Whit and a News Reporter for […]

#TRANSFERmation Tuesday: A Conversation with Music Industry Major Emileigh Zane

In this edition of #TRANSFERmation Tuesday, we learn more of Music Industry major Emileigh Zane of Penns Grove, NJ (Salem County). In this exchange, we learn more of her own experience as a transfer student as well as what motivated her to pursue a career inside the music industry.  Why did you pick Rowan?  I […]

My Most Interesting Class: United States History to 1865

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While senior Ahmad Conteh has pursued his degree in Finance through the Rohrer College of Business, one course he took from outside his major quickly became one of his favorites. Read on as Ahmad, a transfer student from Mercer County College, shares details on a class that took him centuries back in our nation’s past. […]

From TikTok Dreams to Reality: A Summer to Remember in Lake Powell, Arizona

Sofia DiCastelnuovo, a senior Biological Sciences major with a minor in Sustainability Science, shares how she went from scrolling on TikTok in New Jersey to spending a full summer in Lake Powell, Arizona.  If you are looking for a sign to travel: this story is for you. Sofia DiCastelnuovo is a transfer student from another […]

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