When the pandemic hit during the spring semester as most seniors were completing capstone projects, seniors in the art department were left wondering how they would be able to showcase their work and complete their senior shows.
This year, Sister Jeanne Marie Hatch, Vice President for Mission, will celebrate her 15th year at Rosemont and 64 years as a Sister of the Holy Child. Sister Jeanne came to Rosemont after 10 years as Vocation Director for the Society of the Holy...
Both new graduates and experienced working professionals are feeling on the side effects of the global pandemic on the job market. However, some occupations and companies are hiring more and not less.
Each year the College recognizes faculty members for their excellence, usually bestowed upon the recipients at our annual Academic Honors Day. Like so many events of the year, that celebration was not held because of the pandemic.
Congratulations to all Rosemont College 2020 Degree Recipients! Each Tribute will include a live greeting from President Sharon Hirsh, the reading of all degree recipient names, and a blessing from Sr. Jeanne Hatch, SHCJ.
As businesses around the world have had to adapt how they serve their clients, the stay-at-home order provided Rosemont senior Krista Eisenhardt with the opportunity to get her first client.
Many Rosemont alumni have found their work changing dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic. For some, it ranges from in-person to virtual meetings or a shorter commute to the living room, and for others, it has had a larger impact.
Dillan Leonard was honored during Rosemont's Virtual Founders Day award ceremony with the Cornelia Connelly Love in Action Award and was named one of the Student Ambassadors of the Year.
Abiding by the governor's stay-at-home order did not stop the Rosemont community from honoring students, faculty, and staff at the annual Founders Day awards. On Thursday, April 23, members of the Rosemont community gathered virtually to recognize...
Whether through her practice or her newly published children’s book, Lauren Sugalski Mosback ’10 is a positive influence on young people.