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Category: Faculty

Ross Krawczyk standing on a staircase in the EAX

Featured Faculty: Ross Krawczyk, Assistant Professor of Psychology

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 faculty members across the disciplines also actively pursue their own scholarly work. Students benefit by attending professional conferences alongside their professor-mentors or by learning first-hand about verifiable methods. They sometimes assist with…

Good to know: Hollis Seamon’s next chapter

After 31 years on the Saint Rose English faculty, Hollis Seamon was retiring. So as classes were winding down and final papers being submitted, the professor also had many, many boxes to pack up and loads of old files to discard from her spacious office in Dolan Hall. “I have four unpublished novels in my shelves and files,” observed the…

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 Undergraduate Research Journal, a growing library of students’ finest work

Six editions, 44 papers; 16 disciplines, and counting * Sevil Nakisli, a lifelong math lover, is not all that comfortable with writing. But she is really enthusiastic about her discipline and believes in the need to clearly communicate how the study of quantity, structure and space shapes the world. “Math is everywhere,” said Nakisli ’16, who hopes to teach math…

Long Time, No See! Brendan Peo, Here!

Greetings! I was thinking about Saint Rose the other day and my time there as a student and as an employee! Moments later, I received an email in my inbox to submit an “update” post for the blog. It’s funny how coincidences happen! After graduating with my Master’s in December 2013, I continued to work as a part time employee for…