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The Power of Small

The POWER of small gives you more opportunities, more connections, and more confidence.

 

From making great impressions to maximizing your potential, you can conquer today’s biggest challenges just by thinking small. Rosemont College’s small size fosters an informal and engaging learning environment and community involvement and creates strong personal bonds. Rosemont can provide an educational experience you won't find anywhere else.

 

Unparalleled access to faculty and firsthand learning opportunities engender an enriching environment where students work side by side with educators — in the classroom, in labs, and internship settings — to create a one one-of-a-kind learning experience. At Rosemont College you can embrace the POWER of small to make big changes in your future.

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Dr. Stanley S. Clawar, has been asked to address the Nevada Family Law Bar Association.

Dr. Stanley S. Clawar, our Chair of Undergraduate Clinical Sociology, Forensic Sociology/Criminology & Deaf Studies Programs as well as Director of the Graduate Programs in Forensic / Criminology has been asked to address the Nevada Family Law Bar Association in March of 2017. His topic will be Pathogenic Parenting and Reunification: A 2-Part Puzzle with Solutions, He has also been asked in March to address the Supreme Court Judges of Nevada on The Experts Opine: Valid, Invalid, and Dangerous Input to the Courts. In August 2017 he has been asked to...

Jane Federowicz, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources at Rosemont College, Receives CUPA-HR's Donald E. Dickason Award

Rosemont College is pleased to announce that Jane Federowicz, Rosemont's Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, received the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) 2016 Donald E. Dickason Award. CUPA-HR's highest honor, this award is named for the association's founder and recognizes an individual for exceptional leadership and service to CUPA-HR. Thanks to the generous support of TIAA-CREF, CUPA-HR has made a $3,000 contribution to Rosemont College in Jane's honor to fund a scholarship for needy students.

The Society of Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick Endow Scholarship at Rosemont

Joseph Heenan, President of the Society of Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick, joined President Sharon Hirsh on campus for the signing of the Scholarship Fund Agreement on February 17, 2017. On behalf of the entire Rosemont College community, President Hirsh expressed the College's gratitude for the generosity of the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick and their support of Rosemont College.

Rosemont Participates in SEPCHE Teagle Foundation Award Strengthening Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Business Education

The Teagle Foundation has awarded the Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education (SEPCHE) $300,000 over three years for its collaborative initiative "Integrating Liberal Arts in the Professions" expanding strengthening multi-disciplinary approaches to undergraduate business education.

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