Dr. Charles Murray, assistant professor of economics, spoke to Spectrum News about how the impact of COVID-19 on the economy has changed his students’ focus in class. He also revealed plans to offer an economics course on COVID-19 in the fall.
Hear from Katie Lesko, assistant vice president for undergraduate enrollment, and an incoming Saint Rose first-year student about making a college decision at a time when students can’t make on-campus visits in this Spectrum News story.
Read about “American Idol” contestant and music student Julia Gargano’s admiration for her Saint Rose professors in this Schenectady Gazette article. Or, watch her in this Spectrum News interview after she was named to Idol’s top 20 last week. And while Julia Gargano’s role on “American Idol” has brought some attention to our music program, we made sure the department was hitting all the right notes online with a new microsite.
The Chronicle, the College’s weekly student newspaper, won two New York Press Association awards for 2019. Click here to learn which articles won statewide honors.
As a child, Pamela Chris (Wilber) Howard G’99 marveled at how a speech therapist could help give words to someone who couldn’t talk. After decades of working as a clinical speech-language pathologist, she’s launched her own enterprise to design a baby bottle that mimics breastfeeding and reduces health and speech problems related to bottle feeding.
Whether in marketing, healthcare, the nonprofit arena, or law, so many of our alums have been adjusting to the remote work life due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Catch up with some of them (and pick up some tips) in our story.
We’ll bring you a story about how our education alums – who have had the tremendous task of bringing K-12 learning into the online space – have risen to the challenge in an upcoming newsletter.