Research & Scholarship

Special Topics: Signature Selections from Sage’s Course Catalog

Every day, in every academic department at Sage, professors and students ask big questions and then read widely, write intensely and collaborate zealously as they pursue sometimes-elusive answers. We spoke to a few, about the classes that are inspiring MORE from them.

The STE(A)M is Rising

STEM education at Sage recently received a huge boost of funding, which translates into specialized support and new opportunities for science-hungry students. Meanwhile, Visual Arts programs highlight the advantages that arts education bring to problem solving and ingenuity.

Distinguished Faculty Members and Administrators Promoted to Academic Leadership Posts

Donna Heald, Ph.D., pictured with a student, was named associate provost of The Sage Colleges. She had served as dean of Russell Sage College since 2013. Deborah Lawrence, Ph.D., RSC ’88 was named dean of Russell Sage College; Kim Fredericks, Ph.D., MPH, RD, RSC ’92 was named dean of the School of Management; and Theresa Hand OTD, OTR/L, CHT, was named dean of the School of Health Sciences.

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.

Accounting Degree Program Ranked in the Top 100 by

Sage’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree program was named one of the 100 most affordable programs among small colleges in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Sage, which was ranked 60, was one of only four schools in New York state to receive the top 100 distinction from

New Faculty

Thirteen faculty members joined the Sage Colleges in 2015.