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Tenure, Retirements, and Other Faculty Milestones

The annual Saint Rose Faculty Awards and Reception was not held in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the College has announced the milestones. Provost Steve Ralston said his office hopes to hold an on-site celebration when it is possible to gather. Reaching milestones this year: 25-Year Awards Lucy Bowditch, professor of Art History Barbara Ungar, professor of English…

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How Hard Should Your Video Games Be? Business Professor Asks in Published Research

  Featured Faculty: Joseph Westlin, assistant professor of management, Huether School of Business Saint Rose professors teach their students without relying on teaching assistants. They lead small classes and make themselves available to support their students individually. Many of our faculty members across the disciplines also actively pursue their own scholarly work. Students benefit by attending professional conferences alongside their…

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Art History Students Take ‘Getty Challenge’ and Recreate Famous Works of Art at Home

Students in Professor Theresa Flanigan’s Introduction to Art History and Visual Literacy and Architecture of the American City courses took the Getty Museum Challenge to recreate works of art or architecture that they had studied in class using objects found in their quarantine environments. Students further demonstrated their knowledge of the elements of art and art history by describing how…

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Struggling with Those COVID-19 Feelings? Some Ways to Cope

COVID-19 has changed our world in so many ways that it can be difficult to remember what things were like “before.” We reached out to Dr. Claudia Lingertat-Putnam, chair of Saint Rose’s counseling department and an experienced clinician, to talk about what’s normal, what’s changed, and what we can do to make ourselves feel better during this time. Why am…

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…