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Professor Shout-Out! Meet Dr. Andrew Shanock

Dr. Andrew Shanock, Associate Professor of School Psychology, has been with Saint Rose since 2005 Where did you attend school? SUNY Albany for Bachelors, University of Pennsylvania for Masters in Counseling, Temple University for Doctorate in School Psychology Where have you been employed? I worked in all types of public, private, and charter K-12 schools as a school psychologist for…

Cap, gown…hood? How to wear your graduation hood

I myself was a proud Saint Rose graduate a few years ago and completely clueless as to the proper assembly of my hood. I remember thinking that I had it on perfectly–woot!!– and then being approached by commencement volunteers– “Excuse me, can I help you with that?” -_______- So here we have Genevieve and Sue to save the day with a…

Meet the grad assistants-Career Center style! Part 2

Ever wonder who’s behind all the genius of The College of Saint Rose Career Center on the third floor of Saint Joe’s? Well, in this installment of my blog, we’ll be featuring a different staff member each time. Meet Career Center Graduate Assistant, Amanda Shaw, who was an Environmental Studies undergraduate major (with two minors in Political Science and French…

Apply Yourself – Apply to Saint Rose’s Graduate Program!

Well, it’s that time of year again! Time for seniors at colleges like The College of Saint Rose and beyond to sit down and start thinking about the future. Scary, right? If your immediate future is similar to mine, then you’re probably going to try to go to a Graduate School to receive a Masters Degree in something either in your…

Navigating the Education Job Search with Amie Walter ’13

We know that there are a lot of education majors out there and maybe, just maybe, this will help you! I recently got in contact with Amie Walter a 2013 English Adolescence Education alumna who just landed a job at Middletown Enlarged City School District in Middletown, NY as a 6th and 7th grade ELA teacher. Amie talked about how…