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The challenges of leading responsibly in business

  Business leaders are, more than ever, expected to make complex and time-critical decisions, often affecting the lives of many. For instance, a clothing manufacturer finds its Asian textile mills are polluting local streams and forcing underage seamstresses to work 14-hour days. “It’s easy to preach about doing the right thing, but it is a whole new ball game when those…

Graduate student

What to expect when you’re expecting grad school, Part 3

It’s a big commitment of time and energy, but graduate school can be an immensely rewarding experience. We continue our discussion with two Saint Rose graduate students, who share their tips for making the most of the experience and balancing graduate school with the rest of life’s responsibilities: Amy Carman G’19, who is earning her M.S. in Social Work, has…

College tips and resources that will prepare you for success

When you first arrive at college, your environment will feel … unfamiliar. Sure, you’ve toured the campus once or twice, but there is still a lot left to explore. Although it’s an exciting time in your life, let’s be frank, you might feel out of place. That’s why The College of Saint Rose teamed up with the JED Foundation, a nonprofit…

Graduate students study together

What to expect when you’re expecting grad school, Part 2

We continue our discussion with two graduate students, who share their thoughts and advice for successfully navigating graduate school: Amy Carman G’19, who is earning her M.S. in Social Work, has nearly 20 years of experience in construction management, and has an adult daughter Catherine Rodriguez G’17, who majored in computer art as an undergrad, recently completed her M.S. in…

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Featured faculty: Lucy Bowditch, professor of art history

Saint Rose professors teach their students without relying on teaching assistants. They lead small classes and make themselves available to support their students individually. But many of our professors across the disciplines also actively pursue their own research. Their students benefit, by attending professional conferences alongside their professor-mentors, or learning first-hand about verifiable research methods. They might also assist with…