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Fantasy Theme Captivates Pine Hills Review Team

Unlike much of what has happened at Saint Rose and the rest of the world lately, Associate Professor Daniel Nester actually planned to teach his English 254 class remotely. Devoted to online journal editing and publishing, the brand-new class is project-based, meaning students would be meeting a series of deadlines for their editing and publishing projects. Their goal: produce a…

Expert Advice for Teens, College Students About Managing Mental Health Through COVID-19

In a matter of days, young people have been thrust into an entirely new reality. High school and college students abruptly find themselves at home, with parents who are working remotely, or who have been laid off. No one knows what’s next. To help Saint Rose students and families define the scope of the crisis and identify strategies to manage,…

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…

Amina Eladdadi, associate professor of mathematics at Saint Rose

Featured Faculty: Amina Eladdadi’s Cancer-Treatment Paper Featured in Nature

  Saint Rose professors teach their students without relying on teaching assistants. They lead small classes and make themselves available to support students individually. But many of our faculty members across the disciplines also actively pursue their own scholarly work. Students benefit by attending professional conferences alongside their professor-mentors or by learning first-hand about verifiable research methods. They assist with…

Poet and Saint Rose professor Barbara Ungar

Already a Winner, Professor Barbara Ungar’s Latest Poetry Book ‘Save Our Ship’ is Out

  More than a year ago, Saint Rose English Professor Barbara Ungar won the Ashland Poetry Press Richard Snyder Memorial Publication Prize for “Save Our Ship,” her fifth full-length poetry collection. The award included publication of the manuscript. Now, Ashland has published “Save Our Ship,” a work of 57 poems. It is also available from SPD, Small Press Distributors, which…