Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (HDC SETAC)
present the
2018 Annual Spring Meeting
Wednesday - Thursday, April 25-26, 2018
Rowan University, Courtyard Marriott, Glassboro, NJ

Rowan University • 201 Mullica Hill Road • Glassboro, New Jersey 08028 • 856-256-4000

Nationally Recognized 

Rowan University has attracted the attention of national organizations that evaluate colleges and universities. U.S. News & World Report ranks Rowan University 19th of Northern Regional Universities and third among the public institutions in the category. The College of Engineering is ranked 32nd nationally among master’s level programs and the Chemical Engineering program is ranked third.

The Princeton Review included Rowan in its latest edition “The Best Northeastern Colleges” and included the Rohrer College of Business in its edition of the “Best 295 Business Schools” from among more than 1,800 business schools.

The University has received 13 awards for green initiatives since 2007. Most recently, the U.S. EPA named the University a “Top Green Power Purchaser” in its athletic conference and The Princeton Review listed it in its “Guide to 322 Green Colleges.”

School of Earth & Environment

The study of the Earth and environment is central to maintaining clean drinking water, mitigating environmental contamination, providing ores and rare elements necessary for industry, and locating new sources of energy. Over the past few decades, anthropogenic climate change has brought the imperative of understanding Earth system processes into sharp focus. Understanding the 99.99% of our history that precedes the archaeological record, the humbling contingencies of natural history, and the vast swaths and depths of biodiversity over time is the work of geoscientists and environmental scientists. From energy to climate change to environmental degradation, many of the most pressing societal issues of the coming century will pertain to geography, geology and environmental science.

The School of Earth & Environment includes three academic departments: 1) Geography & Environment, offering the BA in Geography, the BA in Environmental Studies, the BS in Community & Environmental Planning, and the BS in Geographic Information Science; 2) Geology, offering the BA and BS in Geology; and 3) Environmental Science, currently under development. In addition to offering degree programs, these departments will drive three interrelated initiatives: development of high-quality, externally funded research; support of outreach efforts at the community-embedded Rowan Fossil Park; and support for broader STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) activities throughout the university.










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