Rose Reimagined

Campus Scene Rose Reimagined

Design and implement — from the ground up — a new, lean, agile and adaptable standard-setting ABET-accredited engineering program

At the Opening of School Symposium in August, President Conwell asked the Rose-Hulman community to reflect on our strengths, to consider how we might improve, and to look to the future of Rose-Hulman. He also announced Rose Reimagined: an ambitious challenge “to design and implement — from the ground up — a new, lean, agile and adaptable standard-setting ABET-accredited engineering program” at Rose-Hulman. The only other constraints for this new program are to do no harm and to consider all aspects of the new program.

Rose Reimagined is a unique opportunity to:

  • take advantage of our position as a worldwide leader in engineering education
  • leverage the skills and knowledge of our best-in-class staff and faculty
  • exploit the freedom to explore the entire range of future possibilities — from a true position of strength

The outcomes from Rose Reimagined have the potential to impact not only the new program but the future of the Institute.

To make the most of this opportunity, we want and need to engage the entire community in a discussion of Rose Reimagined. This website is the first step in this process and will be the main link for sharing information with the Rose-Hulman community.

Rose Reimagined internal website: https://web.rose-hulman.edu/groups/rosereimagined/SitePages/Home.aspx
This is a website for the project that will be accessible to faculty and staff. It will be used for both the working team and for sharing information with the larger Rose-Hulman community.

Suggestions for any aspect of the new program?
Send an e-mail with your ideas (including attachments) to rose-reimagined@rose-hulman.edu.
Material sent to this e-mail will be archived and shared with the larger community and the Rose Reimagined Team.

Questions about Rose Reimagined, the status of the project, and the current plan?
Contact one or both of the project co-leaders: Don Richards and Bill Weiner.