During one of our Summer Days Program, you will get to: * Explore campus and enjoy lunch * Discover our 1,200 plus academic program combinations! * Get tips on applying to Siena * Meet students and professors * Learn how Siena works to make your education affordable
Dr. Russell Wyland, deputy director of NEH research programs, will discuss NEH funding opportunities and offer tips for writing competitive proposals.
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Strong Support for Appointment of Bratton as Police Commissioner
Large Majority of all Ethnic Groups Believe Race Relations in City are Generally Good but 30 Percent Say They Still Suffer Discrimination
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
A Rosetti Hall classroom is buzzing with activity and energy this week as children between the ages of 10 and 14 are learning how to navigate the virtual world of Minecraft. The best-selling computer game of all time, Minecraft allows players to build worlds and complex objects, such as houses and tools, out of blocks. Siena has taken the opportunity to use this popular game as a learning tool for pre-teens and early adolescents during Minecraft camp.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Dressed for the occasion in Siena hardhats, physics students and faculty helped the team from BBL Construction Services finish assembling the newest addition to campus, a radio telescope. The piece of equipment was so large that a crane was needed to move its pieces.
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Kermit the Frog once sang, “It’s not that easy being green,” but if the monochromatic Muppet studied chemistry at Siena College, he’d be singing a different tune.
Siena’s chemistry professors are committed to creating lab experiments that are as green as Kermit himself. “They’re one of the few universities in New York State that actually does green chemistry at the college level,” said Department of Environmental Conservation Environmental Program Specialist Deborah Knight.
Monday, June 23, 2014
Siena College’s dining hall is getting a fresh start under a new name. The building, which first opened in 1959 as Serra Hall, will now be known as Lonnstrom Dining Hall in honor of Professor of Quantitative Business Analysis Doug Lonnstrom ’66, Ph.D. and his wife Cristine.