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Mathematics Professor’s Cancer Research Published in Nature

Dr. Amina Eladdadi, an associate professor of mathematics and Saint Rose graduate

Dr. Amina Eladdadi, an associate professor of mathematics and Saint Rose graduate, applies her discipline in the fight against cancer. She has devoted more than 20 years to using mathematical models to study scientific data on cancer detection and treatment. Her current paper, a first-of-its-kind look at new-generation virotherapy, appears in Nature’s Scientific Reports.

Read more about Eladdadi’s work in this story.

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Saint Rose Enters Agreement with Sophia University in Japan

Sophia University

Dr. Carolyn J. Stefanco, president of The College of Saint Rose, has signed memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with Dr. Yoshiaki Terumichi, president of Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, for student exchange programs and to create faculty exchange opportunities and develop joint research programs, conferences, and workshops.

Sophia University, considered one of Japan’s top private universities, is a Jesuit institution of higher education founded in 1913 and located in the heart of Tokyo. The university is home to more than 14,000 students and offers programs ranging from bachelor’s degrees to doctoral degrees. Sophia draws 1,148 international students from more than 60 countries and from all parts of the world. Its faculty includes members from more than 20 countries.

Read about the MOUs in this announcement.

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Get Ready to Celebrate 100 Years

Centennial invitation from Saint Rose with words

Alums and friends of the College should check their mailboxes in the coming weeks for a postcard outlining some of the events planned for the College’s centennial.

Although we will mark the College’s 100th anniversary throughout the 2020-2021 academic year, much of the celebration will be focused on Founders’ Day on September 22 and HOME.COMING & Family Weekend, which will be held September 25 through 27. Look for a liturgy and tea, an evening celebration, the launch of the 100 Hours of Service, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony to rededicate the College.

See our centennial page online for more details, with additional information to come.

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Waheera Mardah ’16: Saint Rose Class Leads to Career in Economic Development

Waheera Mardah

If it hadn’t been for an eye-opening experience in an elective first-year class, Waheera Mardah ’16 might have followed a very different career path. But a light bulb snapped on in that early history class, American Cities.

Now, as she builds community projects and relationships at the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Mardah’s light is burning ever brighter.

Read more about Mardah’s experiences here.

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