Media Relations

Media Relations

Siena College's Marketing and Communications Office supports and provides information to news organizations about the College and its community. Because the College is a private institution, we respect our students’ rights to privacy. We also recognize that the media have tight deadlines and make an effort to respond to requests in a timely manner. Members of the media interested in attending events or arranging interviews at Siena must contact the Marketing and Communications Office before arriving on campus.

 

Experts

Siena College maintains an extensive database of expert media sources covering a range of news topics including economics, the environment, politics, financial aid, women’s issues and more.

General Photo Use Guidelines

Click here to learn more about Siena's general photo use guidelines.

Contact

Lisa Witkowski

Associate Director of Marketing and Communications

518-783-2488

 

In the event of an urgent matter, please call: 518-859-8632


News

  • New York Community Wellbeing Study

    New Study Measures Community Quality
    NY’ers Graded on Civic Engagement, Health, Economic Wellbeing
    Life Chances of Young People, Discrimination Assessed
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  • Cuomo Starts Re-Election Year & Tough Budget Season with All Ratings Up & Best Favorable Rating Since June 2014

    Cuomo Starts Re-Election Year & Tough Budget Season with All Ratings Up & Best Favorable Rating Since June 2014

    Pluralities Say New Federal Tax Law Will Worsen New York’s Economy & Have Little Effect on Their Personal Finances

    Voters’ Top Issue Priorities for the Gov: Taxes & Health Care, Replace Jobs & Education as Top Issues; Strong Support for Many Cuomo SOS Initiatives Read More

  • On MLK Day, 39% of NYers Say Race Relations in NYS are Excellent or Good

    On MLK Day, 39% of NYers Say Race Relations
    in NYS are Excellent or Good; Two-Thirds Believe
    Minorities Experience Racial or Ethnic Discrimination

    29% Say They’ve Been Treated Unfairly in Last Year Because
    of Their Race, Ethnicity, Gender or Sexual Orientation

    Three-Quarters Say Workplace Sexual Harassment is Significant Problem; 36% Are Aware of Harassment Where They Have Worked; 25% of NYers (36% of Women) Say They’ve Been Victim of Harassment
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