In the Community & Around the World

Biology Professor Dorothy Matthews Named Fulbright Scholar

Dorothy Matthews, Ph.D., pictured in plaid coat, is conducting research at the University of Botswana in southern Africa during the 2015-2016 academic year.

“Sage in Saratoga” MBA is Latest Graduate Program Available Off Campus

The School of Management now offers a Master of Business Administration program in Saratoga County.

Three Teach in Africa with Premier Cultural Exchange Program

Sage College of Albany students spent summer 2015 volunteering with Operation Crossroads Africa.

Fellowship Offers “Mini Preview of a Big Dream” in Bangladesh

Jabin Ahmed RSC ’16 received the Doris Adams Ferguson ’53 Memorial Endowed Student Fellowship to run an art program in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Bangladesh.

Learning From London’s Fashion and Media Insiders

Aspiring fashion writer Ashley Vega SCA ’16 wanted to spend a semester abroad before she graduated. Like almost anyone planning a big trip, she was concerned about cost and time away from other commitments. “As soon as I made the resolution, people at Sage were willing to help,” she said.

Friends of Oakwood Honors Sage for Excellence

The college was recognized for its leadership, commitment to excellence in education and its upcoming Centennial.

Business Student Contributes to Global Mapping Project During Summer in Geneva

Sage College of Albany student Elizabeth Felix fulfilled the internship requirement for her Business degree at Association Internationale Green Map Pour la Suisse Romande.

Mohican Tribal Historic Preservation Office Established on Campus

Troy Mayor Lou Rosamilia presided over a ceremony transferring Mohican cultural artifacts, discovered in Troy, to the tribe's historic preservation office at Russell Sage College.