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John H. Martinson Honors College
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When you give to the John H. Martinson Honors College, you strengthen the value of a Rowan University degree.     

Every gift – no matter the size – has the power to make a difference. 

Personified by the motto, “think, thrive and share,” the John H. Martinson Honors College is open to academically-motivated students from every major and academic discipline. 

After successfully raising funds to dedicate a memorial bench in honor of Dr. Kristen diNovi after Day of Giving 2022, this year the Martinson Honors College is asking you to support the only honors-specific scholarship, the Dr. Kristen N. diNovi Honors Legacy Endowed Scholarship Fund.

About Dr. Kristen diNovi:

Dr. diNovi joined Rowan University in 2009 and had many roles throughout her career, from Assistant Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Assistant Dean of the College of Science & Math, Director of the Center for Academic Advising and Exploration (CAAdE), Assistant Dean of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences, to Assistant and, most recently, Associate Dean of the Honors College. 

Kristen was incredibly active within Honors, operating closely with the Honors Student Organization, planning wellness events, and working tirelessly on matters of policy and procedure. Kristen also helped develop the motto “think, thrive, share.” 

Give now in honor of Dr. diNovi and in support of our honors students. 

1,800 Gifts Challenge
UNLOCKED: Thanks to you, we reached 1,800 gifts, and unlocked $10,000 in student scholarships thanks to a generous 1965 alumna!
1,800 / 1,800 Gifts
Provost's Challenge
The top four academic areas with the most donors will win these bonus funds thanks to our Provost, Dr. Lowman!
Rank Prize College/School Donors
1 $1,000 College of Science & Mathematics 230
2 $750 College of Education 220
3 $500 Rowan-Virtua School of Osteopathic Medicine 127
4 $250 William G. Rohrer College of Business 126
5 Ric Edelman College of Communication & Creative Arts 87
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