NJ BIZ Magazine this week named three top Rowan educators – President Ali A. Houshmand, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University Dean Annette C. Reboli and School of Osteopathic Medicine Dean Thomas A. Cavalieri among its 2019 “Education Power 50.”

The three join educator-executives around New Jersey in a group the magazine notes are not only keeping Garden State educational institutions strong, but helping them provide economic anchors for their communities and the state.

The magazine noted that Houshmand, who became Rowan’s seventh president in 2012, has fought hard to keep New Jersey’s best students in-state and launched a spicy new revenue stream for student emergencies.

“Too many New Jersey high school graduates leave for colleges in other states and, worse, do not return after graduation.

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