Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Category: Graduate

Did You Know? – Grad Edition: The Community Service Office

Office:  The College of Saint Rose Community Service Where:  950 Madison Avenue How:  Stop in the office, call the Director of Community Service, Ken Scott at:(518) 458-5359, or email: communityservice@strose.edu Why: There are many reasons to get involved with service opportunities in the community.  But did you know that The College of Saint Rose offers a place, right here on…

Did You Know? – Grad Edition: Counseling Center

Office:  The College of Saint Rose Counseling and Psychological Services Where:  947 Madison Avenue/ Madison Hall When:  Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Why:  Who hasn’t felt overwhelmed at times? Being a graduate student is a full time job, and on top of that many students work on a part-time or a full-time basis, have families, and/or relationships…

Good to know: Frequency North, flipped

by Josh Sheridan For many new writing students, reading work in front of an audience can be a daunting prospect. The pressure of reading in front of professors, classmates and friends can be great: “How does my writing stack up? Who might respond to this well? Who might I offend? Is my professor going to tear this apart?” Nerves can…

Government and Public Relations

Each week, I spend time learning and working with Reichmann’s different business units.  This past week I spent time working with Enrique Rivera Lomeli.  Enrique is the Director of ‎Relaciones Públicas y Relaciones con el Gobierno.  His job is to ensure smooth relations with the city’s government officials and surrounding businesses.  Enrique has hinted at three main issues the company…

Pre-Graduation Shock + Transition Theory = Figuring It All Out!

If you work in the field of Higher Ed or have ever transferred from one college to another, you are probably familiar with the term ‘transfer shock’.  Transfer shock refers to the uncertainty, anxiety, and challenges experienced while transitioning from an environment you’ve grown comfortable and successful in to an environment you must suddenly adjust to all over again.  I…