Management, School of Business, Internships

The Intern Journal: Plug Power

Plug Power develops hydrogen fuel cell systems that replace conventional batteries. Of the 30 interns, 29 are engineers. Wager is in the human resources department.
Academics, School of Business, Marketing, Management

Congratulations, You're Hired!

If Lily Belber '21 is being completely honest, she didn't always give her undivided attention during lectures this spring. To her credit, she rarely missed a class over Zoom, but she was more than occasionally multi-tasking...
Campus Events

A Siena (Fresh) Wedding

On June 18, 2019, Siena Fresh Executive Chef Joshua Miller took Rachel Jones, senior director of dining services, on a lunch date to The Sagamore in Lake George. After lunch, they walked around the back of the resort and out toward the water. Miller got down on one knee....
Academics, HEOP

Lonnstrom HEOP Excellence Award

Tyler Simmons ’21, a philosophy major from Harlem, is this year’s recipient of the Lonnstrom Higher Education Opportunity Program Excellence Award.
Academics, School of Science, Chemistry & Biochemistry

Every Student Has a Story: Nanea Perkins '22

Nanea Perkins ’22 is building the foundation for a career that will help protect the natural beauty of her home state of Hawai’i.

More Tools for the Pedagogical Toolbox

Most students and faculty are eager to get back to in-person classroom and lab work now that colleges are opening up post-pandemic. However, let’s not throw the pedagogical baby out with the bathwater. Some of the technology that was used to teach remotely will still prove very useful going forward even when we’re all back on campus.

Phishing and Catching with Bait

We’ve all heard of phishing scams, but how many of us are truly aware enough to resist one? Rachel Cleary ’21 wanted to find out. The recent computer science graduate took an Intro to Cybersecurity course at Siena and knew she had found her calling. She signed up for all the classes she could on the topic, but wanted to take her studies even further so she could better leverage herself for the job market.

Siena Commencement 2021

With physical distancing and masking still in force, Siena’s Class of 2021 celebrated their achievements with an in-person ceremony on May 30 at the Albany’s Times Union Center.
Academic Community Engagement

A United Way Forward

Additional funding received through VISTA AmeriCorps has led to an enhanced partnership between Siena and the United Way of the Greater Capital Region.