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14th Annual STOP (Students Together Opposing Prejudice) Conference

Friday, January 19, 2018

More than 200 middle and high school students from across the Capital Region traveled to Siena’s campus last Friday for the 14th annual STOP Conference (Students Together Opposing Prejudice).


New York Community Wellbeing Study

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

New Study Measures Community Quality
NY’ers Graded on Civic Engagement, Health, Economic Wellbeing
Life Chances of Young People, Discrimination Assessed


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

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

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


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

Monday, January 15, 2018

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


Two Faculty Members Receive NEH Grant

Monday, January 8, 2018

An historical preservation project about French-Canadians who settled in Cohoes, N.Y. and made it that city’s largest ethnic group has resulted in a National Endowment for the Humanities grant for two Siena professors. History Modern Languages & Classics