School of Business

Every Student Has a Story: Olivia Stallworth '24

Olivia Stallworth '24 was chosen from more than 10,000 applicants to participate in this summer's Goldman Sachs Virtual Insight Series. Perhaps the experience will inspire her next shirt.
Admissions

Quiz: What Type of Colleges Should I Consider?

What kind of college would you enjoy, based on your personality, interests, and goals? Take our quick quiz to find out, so you can start planning visits and constructing your list. 
School of Business

Wilkins '07 Delivers Keynote Address

Talaya Wilkins ’07, vice president for content strategy at Madison Square Garden, returned to her alma mater on April 29 to give the keynote address at the annual Ted R. Winnowski '63 Student Conference in Business.
School of Liberal Arts, Social Work

The Work is Never Done

After 27 years in the social work department, Donna McIntosh has graded her "final" final exams, which now gives her free time to study for her own exams.

The Adventures of the Bleacher Brothers Vol. 1

Later today, Br. Tito Serrano, O.F.M., associate campus minister, and Fr. Casey Cole, O.F.M., will catch a baseball game in Miami, and then on July 30, they'll be in Colorado for a Rockies game. During the two months in between, they'll attend a game at every single Major League Baseball park. The Bleacher Brothers extreme summer road trip isn't just about baseball. To borrow a phrase from another set of brothers in sunglasses, "We're on a mission from God."
Baldwin Nursing Program, School of Science

Saints Around the World: Negril, Jamaica

Siena's nursing students spend one week immersed in a rural Jamaican community. Specifically, the students are working with Franciscan friars to provide health promotion education in the area and develop a new medical clinic.

Casting the College in a New Light

Siena has selected its first energy-saving – and cost-saving – project that will be paid for by proceeds from the College’s new Green Revolving Fund (GRF). A retrofit using energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures in 30 outside campus locations will begin later this summer.
Political Science, Pre-Law, School of Liberal Arts

Dr. Cutler's New Book Analyzes a "Non-Doctrine"

A faculty-student collaboration researching the role of Congress in national security has resulted in a new book. Leonard Cutler, Ph.D., professor of political science, recently published President Trump’s National Security Strategy Non-Doctrine: An Assessment. He was assisted in his research by Nicholas Discala ’22, who worked as a CURCA scholar with Cutler for several years.
English, School of Liberal Arts

A Fresh Look at an Overlooked Genre

Shannon Draucker, Ph.D. has just received a highly competitive National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant to revise her research on the subject. Draucker, assistant professor of English, was awarded $6,000 from the NEH and will work this summer to revise and reframe her doctoral dissertation into a book about how 19th century understandings of musical science shaped representations of gender and sexuality in Victorian British literature.