Alumnae Doing MORE

Rebecca Marszalek Alarcon and Kaitlin Olmstead Added to Sage’s Athletics Hall of Fame

Rebecca Marszalek Alarcon, a labor and delivery nurse and Kaitlin Olmstead, a mathematical and statistical engineer at Corning, share how their experiences as student-athletes helped them in advance in their careers.

In Good Health: Andrea Annese-Como ’88

After she beat cancer, promoting health and wellness became the focus of Andrea Annese-Como’s professional life, and fundraising and advocacy on behalf of ovarian cancer research and awareness became her personal mission.

Recent Grad Brings Young Adult Perspective to Elected Office

The Honorable Allison Nutting ’11 was elected to New Hampshire’s state legislature – officially known as the General Court – in 2016. She spoke to Connections about her first year in office.

A Century Set to Music: Edna Ryan Wells

At 100 years old, Edna Ryan Wells is still making memories – and music!

Science in the National Parks: Beth Johnson ’75

Over her 33-year, award-winning career Beth Johnson contributed to initiatives that placed science front and center at the National Park Service. In 2016, as Russell Sage College and NPS celebrated centennials, Johnson spoke on campus as part of the Women in Science lecture series. She later told Connections MORE.

Grad Heads Sports Medicine on Colorado Campus

Jennifer Dwyer McIntosh is head athletics trainer at Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado. In her role, McIntosh oversees sports medicine for approximately 480 student-athletes in 18 varsity sports, helping them maintain appropriate physical condition for safe competition.