Jiaxing Jane Jiang and Kenneth Romanowski were recently featured in the publications' Ask the Experts sections.
John G. (Jack) Kuhn, III, PhD, died peacefully at his home in Ocean City, NJ, on Jan. 22, 2021, after a long illness. He taught English, writing, poetry, and theatre at Rosemont for 30 years.
For Rosemont education students, the spring semester is often known for gaining hands-on experience through student teaching. This spring is no different; however, student teaching is certainly altered during the ongoing pandemic.
Marilyn J. Conwell, PhD, Professor Emerita, passed away peacefully on Jan. 13 at the age of 87. Marilyn was a beloved member of the Rosemont community for 50 years.
Rosemont alumna and MFA faculty member Erin Entrada Kelly's book, We Dream of Space, was named a 2021 Newbery Honor Book.
Students have returned and classes for the spring semester kicked off on January 19. As in the fall, Rosemont has divided the spring semester into two, seven-week terms - a plan known as Two Terms, One Focus.
NPR Paris Correspondent Ellie Beardsley will speak at the 2nd annual Love of Languages event "Language and Culture: Opening Doors to Your Future Career," on Thursday, February 11 at 4:00 p.m.
Lovest Diomande '21, a senior markering major and sport management minor, was selected to attend the 2021 NCAA Convention as part of the Division III Student Immersion Program.
Rosemont is one of 37 institutions of higher education to be awarded It’s On Us PA grants of up to $30,000.
A team of business students won the award for “best customer journey map” at the first virtual USPS Direct Effect Innovation Challenge hosted by SUNY Farmingdale on November 13.