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Welcome to the News & Events e-newsletter from the College of Science & Mathematics and School of Health Professions Dean's Office. We recommend you "download pictures" for the best viewing experience.
Updates & Announcements
Events & Workshops
Department of Psychology Research Conference
47th Annual Psychology Research Conference
Thursday, April 22
Virtual event

All are invited to attend Rowan’s 47th Annual Psychology Research Conference providing undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to present their research findings in a professional context.

Rowan Public Health Club Speaker
Thursday, April 22 at 2 p.m.

Guest speaker:
Brittany Gerstik
Rutgers' Graduate Admissions 
"Building your Best Application: Considerations when Applying for Graduate School in Public Health" See Flyer

Also, please consider applying for a position on the e-board for Fall 2021-Spring 2022. Application here
Embattling for a Deep Fake Dystopia
Rowan ACM-W Club Speaker
Friday, April 23
11 a.m., via Zoom
Register here

Featuring:
Like Demir
Senior Research Scientist, Intel Corporation

Recent advances in the democratization of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been enabling the widespread use of generative models and the rise of fake content. In this talk, Ilke Demir will present FakeCatcher, which detects synthetic content in portrait videos using heart beats, as a preventive solution for the emerging threat of deep fakes. 

Earth Day Virtual Programs
On Thursday, April 22 the global community will observe the 51st anniversary of Earth Day! 

Join the Rowan Center for Responsible Leadership for a series of events throughout the day that highlight the positive impacts businesses can make in solving sustainability problems.



5:15 - 6:15 p.m. - The Business of Sustainability

Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series
Friday, April 23
2-3 p.m., via Zoom

"Accessing Housing and Residential Service for Individuals with Autism and Developmental Disabilities"

Lisa McCauly Parles, Esq.
Partner, Parles Rekem, LLP

Student Title IX Summit
Friday, April 23
12-2 p.m., via Webex
Register here

The Title IX summit is hosted annually by Rowan University students who are dedicated to bringing the student experience to the forefront with respect to Title IX concerns. Join students who want to make an impact and stand for equal rights in educational environment free of sexual assault, harassment, and discrimination. 

Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine Research Day
25th Annual RowanSOM Research Day
Thursday, May 6
Virtual Event

This event is to recognize the efforts of faculty, staff, interns/residents, fellows, and students involved in research, promote collaboration, and encourage student participation in research.

Poster submissions from all Rowan University campuses are welcome. Learn more about registering to present and to attendee here.
Internships & Opportunities
StartupRU Summer Program
The Rowan Center for Innovation (RCIE) is currently accepting applications for StartupRU, Rowan’s 10-week summer startup accelerator program. Apply by May 6.

Video Q&A with Accelerator Coach Daniel James Scott available here.

More information and application: go.rowan.edu/StartupRU 
NJ Governor STEM Scholars
The application to participate in the NJ Governor's STEM Scholars program is now open. The program offers mentoring and shadowing experiences as well as formal and information presentations to enrich students understanding of STEM disciplines. The program is provided at no cost to selected students.

New Jersey-based students who will be entering 10th grade in the Fall of 2021 through doctoral level, have a proven passion for STEM, and a GPA of 3.5 or higher are invited to apply. The application will close at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, June 11, 2021. 

This email is distributed to undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Science &Mathematics and School of Health Professions. Past newsletters are available here. If you have questions or would like to submit content for future newsletters, please contact Brigid Milone at milone@rowan.edu.