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There are many opportunities to sponsor a specific college academic school, program, major or department or one of the College’s Institutes. Our faculty are engaged in a number of research projects.

School of Arts and Humanities

Huether School of Business

  • The College of Saint Rose recently completed construction of the Huether School of Business that will have a transformational impact on the School, the campus and this field. This facility will dramatically enhance the academic experience of students and faculty alike, providing the latest technology, additional classrooms and seminar rooms, and dedicated spaces for internship coordination, entrepreneurship and leadership programming.

    The building is located on campus at 994 Madison Avenue which was a historic 19th century residence. An addition was constructed at the south end of the existing building to include offices, seminar rooms and classrooms, doubling the space for a total size of 12,500 square feet. Increasing enrollment and program innovation in the School necessitate a dedicated space in order to maintain academic excellence, accommodate additional expansion, and assist in branding the School.

    There are opportunities to sponsor School of Business academics, a lecture or event, or a community outreach program with the Capital District Community Loan Fund.

Massry Center for the Arts

  • Completed in August 2008, this $14 million Massry Center for the Arts is a distinctive facility that not only provides a learning environment for music and art, but also gives musical and visual artists a prime location to showcase their work to the College community and the public.

    This 46,000 square foot facility features a state-of-the-art 400-seat recital hall, acoustically congruent and separate 100-seat instrumental and 80-seat choral rehearsal suites, applied teaching studios, piano keyboard laboratories, smart classrooms and a contemporary art gallery.

    There are many opportunities for support of a concert or concert series, gallery exhibition, arts programs for specialized populations, such as the underserved, after-school or summer arts camps or donation of musical instruments.

Thelma P. Lally School of Education

School of Mathematics & Sciences

  • Project Teacher Resources in Environmental Education & Technology (TREET)
    • Project TREET is designed to familiarize area K-12 educators and the College’s student teachers with the abundance of convenient and accessible natural resources located in their schoolyard or at nearby sites. This project also teaches students about the foundations of science and practical applications for understanding and solving real-world ecological and environmental problems. Currently, General Electric volunteers are working with the College on this project.

Summer Teacher Workshops

  • The College offers a free 30-day workshop in problem-based learning methodologies for area in-service parochial and charter school educators where professional development in math and sciences is needed most. In addition to training, follow-up sessions are held with workshop participants during the subsequent academic year to evaluate implementation of these methodologies in the classroom.

Center for Citizenship, Race, and Ethnicity Studies (CREST)

  • CREST serves as a place for scholarly discourse and research of the vital issues of citizenship, race, and ethnicity at the College and across the region. CREST sponsors a variety of events throughout the academic year including a monthly colloquia series, brown-bag lunch discussions, and a lecture series. There are opportunities for a corporation or foundation to support the efforts of this Center.