While she’s earned widespread recognition for her research work, it’s teaching that matters most of all to Professor Patricia O’Connor. And it’s because Sage is a “teaching institution” that she continues to love her job.
To achieve her goal of becoming a registered dietitian, Rajvi Sheth traveled around the globe, where at Sage she found a sense of home as well as the career path she’d been looking for.
When Professor Gayle Morse reads student application essays, she’s on the lookout for those who are kind, and unafraid to address their vulnerabilities … Because the master’s program in Counseling and Community Psychology is that kind of program.
Since arriving at Sage, Hallie Klosterman feels like she’s kicked her life into a higher gear, both on the soccer field and in the classroom.
Bailey’s a member of the Sage lacrosse team. He says both the athletics and the classroom experience have been just what he hoped to find at college. “The Empire 8 is a competitive conference.Everyone’s ready to go after it. As far as the classroom experience goes, you get to know everyone and the professors are really understanding.”