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Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Caroline Murray

A First-Year Student’s Guide to Success This Fall

  At Saint Rose, we understand that your first year at college is a huge transition. For some students, it is their first time living independently and managing an academic schedule on their own. In the age of the global pandemic, this pressure can feel that much more overwhelming — we understand. No matter what the world looks like this…

Kyle Humphreys at his desk

Saint Rose Communications Grad Presents Undergraduate Research at International Conference

A recent Saint Rose graduate had the opportunity to present his undergraduate research at the 70th Annual International Communication Association (ICA) Conference, an international forum for communications scholars, which took place May 20 through May 27.  Of those who submitted entries, only 44% were accepted into the conference. Kyle Humphreys ‘20, a communications major with a concentration in critical media…

Forensic Psychology Student Receives Regional Award for Undergraduate Research

When Mary Borchardt ‘21 received the news that she had won the Psi Chi Regional Research Award, she almost didn’t believe it. “I had to check my email a couple of times in case they sent it to the wrong person,” Borchardt said. “But I am excited about it!” Borchardt, who is a forensic psychology major, received the Regional Award…

Bianca Arellano and Tyana Diaz

Using their Superpower, Saint Rose Students Help Translate During Pandemic

During a national crisis, linguistically isolated communities are often overlooked in communication, leading them to miss out on critical information. Two Saint Rose students are helping to bridge this gap during the global pandemic, offering their translation services to the California Lawyers Association.  Bianca Arellano, ‘20, and Tyana Diaz, ‘22, both communications majors, are applying the skills they’ve developed in…

Sarah Clark with newspaper

Saint Rose Communications Student Breaks News at Home

Even with New York State on pause, life goes on. Sarah Clark ‘21 recently discovered this when she covered a breaking-news story for the Sullivan County Democrat on April 13. Clark, a communications major with a concentration in journalism, was at home when she heard the call from her parents’ police scanner. A five-alarm fire was ripping through the second…