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Author: Jenn GIsh

Karsen Hallas

Meet Karsen Hallas ’21, G’22: Finding the right fit in the Huether School of Business

Initially, Karsen Hallas ’21, G’22, a human resource management major with a business administration focus and finance minor, started college at a large university. But after the first semester, she knew the right college experience for her was going to be at a smaller institution closer to her home in Ballston Spa that would still allow her to explore the…

Colleen Quaglia

Meet Colleen Quaglia ’21: Standout swimmer who’s on her way to an accounting career

Colleen Quaglia ’21 is best known at Saint Rose for her accomplishments in the pool, as she holds multiple Saint Rose records, is a multi-time Northeast-10 Conference champion, and qualified for the NCAA Championships in 2019 and 2020. But don’t discount her abilities in the classroom, as the Accounting BS/MS major is a familiar name on the NE10 Academic Honor…

Anne-Lynsha Mompérousse

Meet Anne-Lynsha Mompérousse ’21, G’21: A finance and business analytics student who loves a challenge

  Anne-Lynsha Mompérousse came to Saint Rose from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after hearing good things about the Huether School of Business and Saint Rose from a friend. An intern at the Office of the New York State Comptroller, the dual-degree student (B.S. Finance/M.S. Business Analytics) will be looking for career opportunities as an analyst after graduating this year. What are your…

panelists for February 11 panel at Saint Rose: Elizabeth Power, Catie Magil, Jaymes White, Esma Simohamed, and Claudia Lingertat-Putnam

Resources for supporting children and youth mental health

  On February 11, the Thelma P. Lally School of Education held a panel discussion titled “Supporting Youth Mental Health in Challenging Times.” We’re happy to say that we recorded the session and you can view it here. We’re so grateful to Dr. Claudia Lingertat-Putnam, Saint Rose professor of counseling, as well as our panelists Dr. Elizabeth Power, Saint Rose…

School of Education provides resources for educators on helping kids navigate current events

Adults aren’t the only ones contemplating the issues facing the nation and finding navigating them more difficult in the face of political polarization, the rise of social media as a source of information, and the backlash to recent discourse about criminal justice and racism. The Thelma P. Lally School of Education is sharing the following resources for educators on how…