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New “Meet the Experts” series introduces students to unique professionals

This February, the Saint Rose community welcomed Kyla Brooke, Diplomat in Residence for the New York Metropolitan Region of the United States Department of State in a series of events organized by the College’s Career Center. The sessions were the first of a monthly series called “Meet the Expert,” hosted by the Career Center. Brooke, who has over 16 years…

Sharon Edwards-Grant

Meet the new director of career services: Sharon Edwards-Grant G’21

  When she enrolled in a Saint Rose graduate program, Sharon Edwards-Grant wasn’t just aware of the value of combining academics and work. She had lived it. Edwards-Grant had visited colleges and universities nationwide to recruit students for highly-specialized positions – while earning her undergraduate degree at Northeastern University. She pursued her Saint Rose master’s degree in higher education leadership…


Bringing Civility Back to the Workplace

by Sally Hart, SHRM-SCP, SPHR I recently spent some time boating on Lake George, an activity that includes sunny skies, cooling dips in the lake, and the enjoyment of summertime adventures in upstate New York. My time was unfortunately marred by rude behavior from others, such as other boaters pushing ahead in line, or creating their own boating lanes and…

The Challenges of Leading Responsibly in Business

  Business leaders are, more than ever, expected to make complex and time-critical decisions, often affecting the lives of many. For instance, a clothing manufacturer finds its Asian textile mills are polluting local streams and forcing underage seamstresses to work 14-hour days. “It’s easy to preach about doing the right thing, but it is a whole new ball game when those…

Internships Are Great, But Here are 3 Other Ways to Get Great Experience

Some of the best, most fun, most exciting and challenging experiences you’ll have as a college student are on-the-job training. Traditionally, internships are the main way you can experience the job you think you want, but there are actually a whole bunch of other options if you’re looking to try different career hats on. So, yeah, internships are great, but…