Dr. McCullough received her Ph.D. from Columbia University in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology. She has served on the faculty of Ave Maria University since 2008, having come from the University of New England. Her research agenda focuses on family systems as they relate to young adult identity development; religious identity and faith formation; predictors of marital satisfaction; organizational initiatives and women-work-and-family.
Prior to her doctorate in Counseling Psychology, Rosemary received a masters degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Columbia, and a bachelors degree from Reed College in Psychology.
Her interests reside in running, swimming, cooking, gardening, and camping. She is married to Mark McCullough and has four children. Her teaching areas involve: Developmental Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Counseling, and Research Methods.