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Saint Rose Flute Day: October 5, 2019

On October 5, you’re invited to hear some wonderful flute playing. Flutists of all ages, ability levels, and experience will gather at Saint Rose for the fifth annual Flute Day — a great opportunity for flute players to learn and play together. Guest artist, world-renowned flutist and composer Gary Shocker, will conduct master classes and perform a full recital. Flute…

Faculty Feature: Saint Rose Professors, Students to Present at National Communication Association Conference

Professors in the Saint Rose Department of Communications not only teach public relations, journalism, broadcast news, critical media studies and film/new media, but also pursue their own research. Their work is driven by ever-advancing tools of technology and age-old concerns about the public’s right to know. Every year, communications faculty and students share their research at one of the field’s…

Mona Lisa painting

Featured Faculty: Theresa Flanigan, Professor of Art History

Professor’s New Take on the Most Famous Smile in Art Saint Rose professors teach 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 with their professor-mentors, or learning verifiable research…

Professor Drey Martone and Saint Rose President Carolyn J. Stefanco

Dr. Drey Martone: A Professor Who Is Always Learning

  Last spring, Saint Rose graduate student Drey Martone spent six weeks student teaching full time at the Albany School of Humanities. Her supervisor, Associate Professor of Special Education Susan DeLuke, made regular observations. The progression was pretty typical: “The first lesson she saw did not go great. I’d just met the students,” recalls Martone, of an ELA unit in…

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Our Faculty Share Their Summer Reads

When we asked a few of our faculty members what they’re reading outside of the classroom, we weren’t surprised to hear that many had their noses buried in books related to their field of expertise – but we were glad to find that a few were reading something a little different, too. Zumrut Akcam-Kibis, computer science Reading: “Sapiens,” by Yuval Noah…