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Professor Shout-Out! Meet Dr. Maggie McLellan-Zabielski

Dr. Maggie McLellan-Zabielski, Visiting Professor of Chemistry, has been with Saint Rose since 2014   Where did you attend school? BS and PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute   Where else have you been employed? SCCC (Schenectady County Community College) Bryant and Stratton College in Rochester, NY   Did you always want to teach? I’ve always enjoyed teaching. My utter love of teaching really…

Professor Shout-Out! Meet Dr. Robert Flint

Dr. Robert W. Flint, Jr., Psychology Department, Professor of Psychology. Has been with Saint Rose since 1999. About:  Where did you attend school? Allegheny College, Bachelor of Science (1992) in Psychology, Minor in English Kent State University, Masters Degree (1994) in Experimental Psychology specialty in Biopsychology Kent State University, Ph.D. (1997) in Experimental Psychology specialty in Biopsychology Where have you…

Professor Shout-Out! Meet Dr. Kari Murad

Dr. Kari Murad, Physical and Biological Science Department, Associate Professor. Has been with Saint Rose since 1999. About: Where did you attend school? I attended Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA for my undergraduate degree in Biology with a minor in Medical Anthropology.  I then went directly to Albany Medical College in Albany, NY for my Ph.D. in Experimental Pathology.…

Learning About Anatomy and Physiology at The College of Saint Rose

This week on All About Saint Rose, we check in on students who are learning about anatomy and physiology in campus laboratories. Dr. Brian Jensen directs the classes that take place in many of these labs, and explains how the skills students learn from him transfer to upper level studies and careers.  

A Closer Look at All Things Saint Rose

The College of Saint Rose is a great institution of higher education that is always changing and offering new opportunities. Being a former undergraduate student who joined the work force for a few years and eventually came back to study at the graduate level (seriously, I just couldn’t stay away!), I often find myself marveling at how much the school…