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Megan Mayer

Meet Megan Mayer ’22, Marketing Student, Student-Athlete

Megan Mayer ’22 is member of the Golden Knights volleyball team and a marketing student from Chittenango, New York. We asked her to reflect on her Saint Rose experiences and her experiences in the Huether School of Business. What are your career plans/goals? After college I hope to pursue a career in either the sales or sport management fields. I…

Moneerah

Educational Leadership Graduate Examines Challenges and Opportunities for Principals in Saudi Arabia

  As women in Saudi Arabia gain rights, women are helping transform the national educational system. Moneerah Alarefe is one of them. An Arabic-language teacher, she, her husband, and their four children came to the U.S. in 2016 to develop the skills to help improve life at home. Here, Alarefe discusses her decision to enroll in the Saint Rose educational…

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Faculty Offer 2020 Graduates Some Pomp in These Circumstances

The College of Saint Rose hopes to hold an in-person commencement in September for the Class of 2020, which had its May 9 ceremony postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, the College has celebrated grads with a gallery of profiles, a virtual toast by Saint Rose alums, and handwritten postcards sent to the graduates’ homes. And Saint…

Saint Rose Student Carlos Pujols Serves During Pandemic with National Guard

Carlos Pujols is both a Saint Rose student and serves our country as a private first class in the Army National Guard (442nd Military Police Unit, under the 104th Military Police Battalion). At Saint Rose, Pujols, who is from Brooklyn, is a criminal justice major who will start his senior year in the fall. Recently, his unit was activated, and…

Still Studying Abroad: International Weigh in on Staying Here

  It’s safe to say that every Saint Rose student felt the jolt of having their semester upended by COVID-19. But those from other countries – approximately 125 students – faced an added challenge: whether to stay in the U.S. (and where) or return home. “They had to figure out how would they stay in touch with their classes, how…