A "Fresh Start" at Rosemont Provides a Legacy with a Legacy of Her Own
Traveling the country since youth, Nikki Maloney's family has been the one thing in her life that has remained constant over the years. The Rosemont Class of 1992 graduate has since utilized her family's bond as she authors her hit children's book series, The Peppermints.
Alice Oh's Exhibit to Display at Rosemont College's Lawrence Gallery
August 9, 2017, Rosemont, PA -- Lawrence Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibit featuring the paintings of Alice Oh. The show, titled Adaptation/Equilibrium, will be on display from September 7 through October 12, 2017. An opening reception will take place Thursday, September 7 from 4 till 7 p.m. with an informal gallery talk at 4:30 p.m.
Sociology Professor Making Most of Time Outside of Classroom
Dr. Stanley S. Clawar, Chair of the Sociology department at Rosemont College has wasted no time since students left for summer recess in May. The professor recently received approval from the American Bar Association (ABA) to publish under the auspices of The Family Law Section. Continuing his work with the ABA, Professor Clawar plans to deliver a presentation at the Association's Annual Meeting in mid-August in New York.
Rosemont among Discussants of Tuition for Wall Street Journal
July 25, 2017 - Nearly two years after the announcement of "Our Tuition Promise," the decision to reset tuition still generates media attention for Rosemont College. Most recently, President Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, PhD '70 and sophomore Izzi Moraschi '20 were interviewed by the Wall Street Journal.
Hirsh's Contract Extended to Continue Growth Across Rosemont's Campus
July 12, 2017 - Rosemont, PA - There is no doubt that much has been accomplished in the past twelve years that Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, PhD '70 has served as the President of Rosemont College: enrollment has increased, the Undergraduate College has become co-ed, campus facilities have been enhanced and renovated, tuition has been decreased, salaries have grown, and academic programs have been strengthened. Yet, there is still more on this Rosemont alumna's 'to-do list.'