In the Community & Around the World

Partnership Turns Bus Shelters into Pop-Up Art Galleries

Digital work by eight Sage College of Albany student-artists is featured in a pilot public art project that is turning bus shelters along Central Avenue into pop-up art galleries.

Elephants and Economic Development in Thailand

Margaret Brenenstuhl RSC ’16 traveled to Tha-Tum, Thailand with support from the Cynthia Crocco Spector ’74 and Sherman David Spector Fellowship. Brenenstuhl volunteered on a farm and with an elephant study center that works to create sustainable economic development and a humane environment for the community's elephants.

Human Resources and Hurricane Relief in the Philippines

Esther Agyapong RSC '15 served as a liaison between international aid workers, embassies and the Red Cross during hurricane relief efforts in the Philippines.

Volleyball Players Compete in Italy

Volleyball players Micaela Mango RSC ’16 and Katelyn Drollette RSC ’15 participated on an 11-person team of women from Division III colleges and universities within the NCAA that competed throughout Italy in June.

Sage Students Give Face-lifts to Troy and Albany Communities

Sage kicked off the academic year with community beautification projects. Russell Sage students helped paint a community mural and Sage College of Albany students spruced up the city’s parks.

Local Schoolchildren Learn About STEM and Sage

The science and math departments brought interactive demonstrations -- and information about STEM opportunities at Sage -- to schools and museums this fall.