Rowan Magazine

  • Rowan Magazine Fall 2021

Rowan Magazine

So good to see you again!

In case you hadn't heard, it's our 100th! Our mid-year issue covers news from our Centennial year that will make you proud of our history, as well as sharing all that lies ahead. 

To read the magazine cover-to-cover, open this PDF. Or jump in wherever you'd like: 

See our photo essay about University life since 1923 and Toni Libro's tribute to iconic Bunce Hall. Read about Rowan launching New Jersey's first school of veterinary medicine and the great generosity of Gerry and Melanie Shreiber to support its students. Be encouraged by John Martinson's gifts for the Honors College and marching band. Catch up on the powerful partnership transforming health care education, patient care and research. Learn about Rowan researchers in our stories about discoveries of Revolutionary War remains, asteroid Bennu and scores of problem-solving projects, plus more about innovation and achievement in Campus News. And because we're always looking ahead, see our progress and plans in Rowan Revolution

As usual, our most popular section, Class Notes, has hundreds of updates and photos, plus profiles including one about an alumna caring for 750 rescue animals and an art grad celebrating nostalgic Wildwood

Read, learn, laugh, remember—and then visit our Alumni site to tell us what you think or what you're up to.


Feature: A head for business, a heart for animals


Gerry Shreiber gives $30 million to New Jersey’s first veterinary school


by Barbara Baals

Feature: Discovery at Red Bank


Unexpectedly unearthing a historic battle’s human toll


by Barbara Baals

Feature: Rowan revolution


How a decade of rethinking has reshaped the University’s future


by Kim Mulford ’94

Seeing our Centennial


A visual tour through time with prompts from our shared past


Photo eassay (PDF, 1.6MB)

Reimagining health care


A new academic health partnership is transforming education, patient care and research

Afterwords: Homage to Bunce Hall


Sharing a sense of place and purpose


by Antoinette Libro ’60, M’67