Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Emily Gydesen

Hi Everyone! My name is Emily Gydesen and I am an Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions here at The College of Saint Rose. This past May, I graduated with my Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration Degrees from Saint Rose. I really am thrilled to now be working at the College :)

Goodbye Readers

Hi Everyone, I’m writing today to say “Goodbye” to my readers.  In preparation for graduation and leaving The College of Saint Rose, I am starting to wind down some of my commitments.  For this reason, I will no longer be blogging for the school. To My Readers: Thank you for following my blog; I greatly appreciate you reading my posts…

National Philanthropy Day!

Happy Friday Everyone!  Hopefully everyone had a great day of philanthropy yesterday 🙂  My post today is a follow up to  the guest post earlier this week by Jason Manning, Director of Annual Giving at The College of Saint Rose. For those of you who were around the Events & Athletics Center yesterday, I’m sure you saw the activity in…

It’s November already?! (Update on the semester)

Hi Everyone!  Happy November!  Hopefully everyone is doing alright in the aftermath of the awful storm. I’m fortunate that my hometown was not hurt by the hurricane, but a lot of my friends’ hometowns have been affected.  I’m hoping that this new month will start off better than October ended. It’s been a little while since I talked about my…

Experience the New Classrooms!

Four years ago, during my first visit to The College of Saint Rose, I was impressed because I could see investments that were being made in the school.  Since I have been at Saint Rose, the technology in classrooms has been updated, buildings and rooms have been remodeled, and new buildings have been constructed.  The dedication to enhancing the student…

Experiences Outside the Classroom: Resident Assistant

I remember having the opportunity in Middle School to attend a Career Day presentation given by my dad.  Something he said during that presentation has stuck with me since that day in seventh grade.  “If you love your job, you will never work a day in your life.”  I find this interesting and inspiring because there is a direct correlation…