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Saints Enjoy Behind-the-Scenes Look at White House/CIA

Monday, October 17, 2016

Nine Siena students enjoyed the experience of a lifetime October 13-14, traveling to Washington, D.C. and Langley, Va. for a behind-the-scenes look at the White House and CIA. Deputy Director of Intelligence Integration Michael Dempsey '83 organized the trip, and the Saints also got the chance to meet with Director of Drug Control Policy Michael Botticelli '80. American Studies History Political Science

Community Connection

Thursday, June 16, 2016

To faculty at Siena, the opportunity to teach does not stop with the end of the class period. Biology History Political Science

From Albany to the Big Apple: Alum Tom Mazzarelli Returns to Siena

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Three-time Emmy winner, co-executive producer of NBC News’ “Today” show, and 1993 Siena graduate Tom Mazzarelli came back to his collegiate roots on Monday, November 2 to participate in the School of Liberal Arts Lecture Program with his presentation entitled “A Career in Television With a Liberal Arts Degree.” History

Louis DeCaro Jr., Ph.D. Challenged History with Siena Community

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

On Monday October 19, Louis DeCaro, Jr., Ph.D., associate professor of church history at Alliance Theological Seminary, hosted a lecture for the Siena Community on abolitionist John Brown. In his lecture, DeCaro aimed to shift the public perception of Brown from “terrorist” to “hero.” American Studies History

Red Cross Donut Dollies Inspire Siena Community

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

It seemed as though members of the Siena community had traveled back in time as students, dressed in historic Donut Dolly uniforms, greeted visitors with donuts at the door of the Key Auditorium on Thursday, October 8. History