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Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Irene Kim

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Use Virtual Tools to Make Real Connections

COVID-19 has given us a “new normal” – minus the restaurants, theaters, sports events, and gatherings so many of us had taken for granted. We’re practicing social distancing to limit the spread of the virus and keep ourselves as safe as possible. But it’s all too easy to feel isolated. More than ever, it’s important to find ways to stay…

Education Classroom Zoom Meeting with students

Remote learning, Saint Rose style: Faculty share experiences, tips, and best practices

It may feel like a long time, but it’s been only one academic week since all Saint Rose coursework had to migrate online. We checked in with a few faculty members to find out how they’re managing the transition, and invited them to share their advice on recording lectures, soliciting input, structuring assignments and projects, and scheduling their many synchronous…

John Avitabile, Saint Rose associate professor of computer science

Online Learning: Faculty Tips for Success

  Taking an online course may not be something you ever planned to do. However, online learning is becoming ever more present – and, with the recent outbreak of COVID-19, more and more schools across the country are putting their classes online. The College of Saint Rose is one of many schools taking this precaution to minimize risks to our…

Student Veterans of America Brighten Holidays for Area Families

By Sarah Uzzi G’21 On Friday, December 6, 2019, you’ll see a five-ton truck in the Lima Hall commuter parking lot surrounded by veteran students challenging the Saint Rose community to “stuff the truck” with gift donations for families that can’t afford holiday gifts. And you’re invited to contribute a gift of your own! It’s a toy drive spearheaded by…

A Day in the Life of A Grad Student: Jacquelyn Wertel G’21

Jacquelyn Wertel G’21 is in her second year of Saint Rose’s graduate program in school psychology. As a full-time student in the program, she’s on track to earn an M.S.Ed. and certificate of advanced study (CAS) in three years. The rigorous program can lead to a career working with children who need additional academic, behavioral, and emotional support within a…