The Dear Neighbor Podcast
Dear Neighbor is a podcast that brings you stories of growth and learning at Saint Rose.
Our production team interviews students, faculty, staff and administration throughout the year to capture voices and experiences from across campus. As we collect and listen to your submissions, we’ll build programs around themes that are important to you, and that inspire all of us to become better neighbors to one another.
Share your own story by recording a conversation with a friend and sending it to email@example.com, or by speaking with one of our producers in person!
Each and every person on campus contributes to our collective mission of fostering growth and learning. Stay tuned for each upcoming episode, join us for listening parties, and keep in touch as the conversations about radical hope and student-centered pedagogy continue.
Recent Episodes Playlist
Dear Neighbor Trailer
Oct 21, 2021 •
Overall, this podcast experience was incredible! I hope that others will find the conversation just as helpful as I did.
Episode 1: Creating Community in the Classroom
Nov 12, 2021 • 39:15
On our first episode of Dear Neighbor, listen to professors and students work together to create a sense of welcome in the classroom, and how they build on that feeling of community to grow and learn.
Episode 2 Finding our place on campus: before, during, and after quarantine and distance learning
Dec 10, 2021 • 40:18
Episode 3 Conversations About Race, part 1: In the Classroom and Beyond
Apr 22, 2022 • 33:52
We revisit Liz’s conversation with Communications senior, Jada Hart, and she shares her perspective on why it is so critical to support conversations about race on campus. Then Professor of Political Theory, Angela Ledford, talks to two of her students about the relationship between personal and systemic forms of racism,…
Episode 4 Conversations about Race Part 2: Antiracist Teaching Tools
May 6, 2022 • 37:51
We continue our conversations with guests from Episode 3, this time connecting conversations about race on campus and in the classroom with antiracist teaching tools.