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Saints Explore Russia

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

A small contingent from Siena College journeyed to Russia for a week in May as part of a travel course on Russian foreign policy. Political Science

Peace Activist Speaks at Siena on “The War Against ISIS”

Friday, February 10, 2017

Political science students gathered in the Boland Room to hear noted peace activist Phyllis Bennis talk about our nation’s war against ISIS – how it began, and what impact the new Trump administration could have on these efforts. Political Science

Sophomore Scholar Jump-Starts Academic Career

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Siena students get in the game. From research and product development to internship programs and study abroad experiences, Saints take advantage of all Siena has to offer. These opportunities are not simply available to Siena’s upperclass students, they are there the minute a Saint walks through the doors, just ask Shelby Davis ’19. Political Science

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

Siena Student Selected to Participate in #CollegeDebate16

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Eric Brower, a rising senior and Community Policy Institute (CPI) Fellow, continued to follow his passion for politics, and was selected as one of the six student representatives for New York State in the #CollegeDebate16 Conference. Political Science