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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Ours to Do lecture featuring Dr. Diana Hayes

Dr. Hayes has authored or co-authored eight books and a light reception will follow the lecture

New Yorkers Trust & Rate Job Done by Local Governments As Better than that Done By State or Federal

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Special New York Local Government Siena College Poll:
New Yorkers Trust & Rate Job Done by Local Governments As Better than that Done By State or Federal Governments
Majority of Voters Says Local Governments Beat the State On: Understanding Needs, Managing Tax Dollars, Getting Things Done
Local Services like Fire & Police Get High Marks; Support for More Spending on Infrastructure; However, Most Want Line Held on Local Taxes & Services

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London Internships Prove to be Life Changing for Siena Students

Friday, February 27, 2015

Through the Center for International Programs, Siena College students participate in life-changing internships while studying abroad in London.

Computer Science Major Becomes First Siena Student Selected for Competitive Google Internship

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Computer science major Lucy Mathis ’17 recently became the first Siena student selected for a highly competitive internship at Google.

Siena Joins Movement to End Violence Against Women Called “One Billion Rising”

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Members of the Siena College community danced in solidarity to support the push to end violence against women and girls. The gathering, called One Billion Rising, is a global movement led by women’s rights activists around the world.

Siena Adopts Test Optional Admissions Policy Starting in Fall of 2016

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Siena College has adopted a test-optional policy beginning with students enrolling in the fall of 2016. The result of considerable consultation and study, the decision embraces an emerging trend across the higher education landscape.