Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Good to Know

Good to Know is a series of posts about Saint Rose, academic and otherwise. Writer Jane Gottlieb works in the Office of Public Relations and Strategic Communications.

Good to know: Saint Rose commencement 2016, some excerpts

An enduring mission in a global world At its 93rd annual commencement Saturday, May 14, The College of Saint Rose celebrated its enduring mission, while graduates were urged to embrace global understanding. “The first sisters had only the city for their world. You have the world for your city,” said Sister Katherine Hanley, CSJ, who earned an honorary doctorate and…

Good to know: Daniel Berrigan was here

Daniel Berrigan’s Visit to Saint Rose – A Remembrance  NOTE: The Rev. Daniel Berrigan, who passed away April 30, 2016, spoke at The College of Saint Rose on August 30, 2000. The “Times Union” published the following article on Fr. Berrigan’s visit September 4, 2000.  It is reprinted here with permission. ‘YOU’LL HEAR FROM ME’ Publication date: 9/4/2000 Page: C1…

Good to know: A student’s eloquent words net Saint Rose writing prize, graduate school assistantship

In a paper for his Social Ideology and Early Modern Drama class, Nicholas Sanders argued that men portrayed in Renaissance literature often suffered especially miserable fates. In a paper for his creative non-fiction class, he wrote about the woman across the street re-imagined as a witch, and recounted the similarities between the history of Salem and his own town, Colonie,…

Good to know: We are all athletes

People don’t go out and exercise in order to look like other people. They do it to stay healthy, feel good and look good. And they like to wear things that make them look and feel good while they are doing it. But there was Andrea Kuchinski ’06 once again, buying a frumpy men’s T-shirt to wear at the gym…

Good to know: Saint Rose professor’s words help Ghana’s first communication sciences and disorders program take root

  Ghana, a growing nation of 25 million citizens, has just five speech-language therapists. That’s five therapists to screen people for speech and language disabilities connected to stroke, hearing loss, autism, intellectual disabilities and cleft palate. Now, the University of Ghana is launching a master’s program in speech-language pathology – that nation’s first – that will see the five therapists…