Former New York Energy Secretary and Sage MBA grad Paul DeCotis has built sought-after expertise in energy policy and infrastructure. City & State New York magazine recognized his influence when it named him to its Responsible 100 list of thought leaders who are setting new standards in their work.
Kaitlin Olmstead is a mathematical and statistical engineer at Corning, the Fortune 500 company that creates materials for communications, electronics, life sciences and more. She said that the skills she learned as a student-athlete at Sage helped her advance in her career.
Russell Sage College Nursing graduate Rebecca Marszalek Alarcon ’12 was inducted into Sage’s Athletics Hall of Fame for her achievements on the women’s soccer team. The occasion inspired her to reflect on connections between her experience as a student-athlete and her work as a nurse.
Nursing major and softball team captain Kiersten Duncan was thrilled to be one of two student-athletes nominated by their coaches to represent Sage at the NCAA Student Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C. in November.
Athletics has opened up a lot of opportunities for Tyler Schnaible SCA ’20, who is a member of Sage’s golf, volleyball and tennis teams.