Celebrating the Class of 2022It wasn’t a typical college experience for members of the Class of 2022, who had to work to stay focused on their studies during the COVID-19 pandemic. But nothing could dim their light. We celebrated nearly ...
Searching for breakthroughs: Ideally situated to offer student research opportunities, Saint Rose seeks funding to expand laboratory spaceBut each time Jada Davis, a senior from Jamaica majoring in biochemistry, is transferring samples from soil to plate, Hallstrom knows some of the bacteria aren’t surviving the trip. It’s something that woul...
Helping the teachers of tomorrow: Fran Parker G'70, retired educator and children's book publisher and author, gives back through scholarship supportRecently, she had some financial good fortune and decided the best thing she could do was to help a new generation of students preparing to go into the field of special education. Through the Fran Parker G̵...
Alumni who are advocates: Working for the dear neighborLearning to be an advocate for others is part of the Saint Rose experience, no matter what field students pursue. Meet nine Saint Rose alumni who are making a difference in their communities.
Life through their lens: Two communications students have work featured at Albany Film FestivalSeniors Alexandra Mulligan and Gabriela Clarke, both communications majors, took a personal approach to their films, which were screened April 2. The festival is organized by the New York State Writers Institut...
Claudia Lingertat, Psy.D.: Addressing the current mental health crisis: Creating connection during and after lossSince the start of the pandemic, we’ve seen significant increases in rates of anxiety and depression, especially for young adults ages 18 to 29. Alarmingly, rates of emergency room visits related to suicidali...
Higher Learning: With Dr. Ryane Straus, professor of political scienceStraus, who joined the Saint Rose faculty in 2005, now chairs the Department of History and Political Science. Her classes cover American politics, racial and ethnic politics, and public policy, frequently inco...
This academic year, we put out a call to all of our Thelma P. Lally School of Education alumni who are working in schools to let us know if they'd like to receive a Saint Rose "care package." We recognize the pandemic made the business of teaching and learning challenging, and it was important to us to celebrate our classroom heroes.We had 1,500 packages, which included a "Saint Rose Made" T-shirt and Saint Rose pennant magnet, which were quickly snapped up. The giveaway was so successful that we hope to do it again in the near future.
- Heather Joppich ‘06: Addressing an unmet need through telehealth
- Justin Whittaker ’16 G’17: From growing Saint Baldrick’s to guiding the Alumni Association
- John Ellis G’90: A behind-the-scenes Saint Rose powerhouse retiring after 33 years
- Mike Brown G’07: Making bold moves in the coffee business with his supercharged brew
- Destiny Watkins ’14: Launching new businesses through the Community Loan Fund
- Joel Kersting ‘15: Examining a divided America
- Neenah Bland G’04: Addressing the impact of COVID on Albany
- Always on goal: Women’s soccer player Marika Laurendeau ’20, G’22 leaves a legacy of being a great athlete and leader
- Making a Splash: Colleen Quaglia ’22
- Marking a decade as our athletic HOME: Christian Plumeri Sports Complex continues to elevate Golden Knights athletics
- Beyond the Games: Men’s Soccer Player Wari Isaac '20
- Garth Joseph Comes Full Circle: Star Athlete Returns to Campus to Finish Degree
- Christine Myers '19: A Bigger Reason to Run Video
Faces of Saint Rose
- Joan Horgan '79: Helping students grow in spirit and service
- The five 'American Girls' and Nick Arcomano: Pioneers in study-abroad adventures and their transformational year
- Matt Latiolais: Finding the words and guiding others
- Rita Crotty '70 and Kathleen Sullivan Ricker '70: Leading their class in leaving a lasting legacy with Project 70
- Catherine Fratianni Guevara and Pedro Guevara-Fratianni: Finding HOME at Saint Rose in so many ways
- Joe Donahue ’91: Getting his start at Saint Rose, then opening doors for future broadcasters
- Ken Scott: Showing students the value of service to the dear neighbor
- George R. Hearst III: Trustee and steadfast supporter of Saint Rose