In the Community and Around the World

Sage Professor and Students Receive EPA Grant

Professor Emilly Obuya, Ph.D., and her students have received a nearly $15,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The team is collaborating with partners along the Hudson River and in Kenya as they develop a catalyst that will be used to provide safe drinking water.

Psychology Student’s Research Selected for National Conference

Cydney Rogers RSC ’18 presented her study, looking at the connection between people’s feelings toward their pets and their views on animal-based entertainment, at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Q & A with Fulbright Recipient Shealeen Meaney, Ph.D.

Sage’s most recent Fulbright recipient (she is the sixth in recent years!) is teaching at Goa University in India this semester. She shares how the location connects to her expertise in travel literature; how the experience will enrich her teaching when she returns to Sage; and how Sage’s previous Fulbright recipients inspired her.