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Richard Donagher, Ph.D., emeritus professor at Rosemont College, earned his Ph.D. from Fordham University. He taught for more than 40 years at Rosemont offering courses in American history including the Era of the American Revolution and the History of Pennsylvania. He has lectured at numerous venues on the History of Main Line, and has written articles on Pennsylvania and local history. He has taught several courses for the Rosemont Forum, Neumann College’s Linc Program, and Main Line School Night.
Vivian Grey, M.A., is an author, editor, journalist, and teacher. She is an elected member of the New Jersey Literary Hall of Fame; founder of the Rutgers University Annual One-On-One Writer's Conference; and Council Chair Rutgers University Advisory Council On Children's Literature. She taught various creative writing courses at the University of Pennsylvania for 20 years. Her award-winning titles have been included in numerous “Best Books” and "Notable" lists. Her recent baseball biography “The Spy Behind Home Plate – Moe Berg” is under option for a film. Vivian holds a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and a master’s degree from Columbia University.
Walter Fox has taught journalism and American studies at Temple University and West Chester University and has been a professional journalist, editor, and communications specialist. He holds a B.S. from St. Joseph's University and an M.S. from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. He is the author of "Writing the News: A Guide for Print Journalists.”
Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, Ph.D., ’70 is the President of Rosemont College. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in history of art and studio art from Rosemont in 1970, and her master of arts degree and her Ph.D. in history of art from the University of Pittsburgh in 1971 and 1974. Dr. Hirsh is the author of several books and numerous other publications about art history of the late nineteenth-century Western Europe.
Helen McDevitt-Smith, M.S., M.A., graduated from Rosemont with a B.A. in Chemistry. Since that time she has pursued graduate studies in Theology and Pastoral Counseling as well as Chemistry. She has taught courses in Humanities and Church History on the college and high school levels as well as in adult education and retreat/ministry programs.
Tiziana De Stephanis Murray is a native-born Italian from Pescara, Italy. She presently teaches Italian language at Villanova University. She studied Philosophy at the University “Gabriele D’Annunzio” in Chieti, Italy, where she graduated with a dissertation on Junghian Psychology as a link between East and West. Her interest in Eastern philosophy brought her to study with renowned Feng Shui expert Carole Hyder, author of ‘Wind and Water” and “Living Feng Shui.” Tiziana has been teaching courses on the philosophy of the I Ching and Feng Shui since 2006.
Dom Roberti, Ph.D., is a retired professor of chemistry from St. Joseph's University with a doctorate from Princeton University who gives lectures and workshops on ecological spirituality and meditation. He and his wife Carole are members of the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence, have participated in CSETI trainings, and have experienced several interactive contacts with extraterrestrial vehicles. They are also active in the Catholic Peace Fellowship, the Interfaith Peace Walk, and the Philadelphia Buddhist Association.
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