Center for International Programs, Psychology, School of Liberal Arts, Political Science, MBA, Modern Languages & Classics

Teaching Beyond Our Borders

The outstanding academic and extracurricular performances of two Saints will result in exceptional post-graduation experiences once they collect their diplomas.

Free Food Fridge at Siena

Locals who are food insecure now have a place to go on the Siena campus for free fresh produce and prepared meals.
Marketing, School of Business, Career and Internship Center

The Intern Journal: Albany FireWolves

Antonio La Gamba '23 is more comfortable with the ball at his feet. He can appreciate the skill and athleticism required for lacrosse, but he wouldn't know what to do with the stick. Still, the soccer player with professional ambition found enlightenment as an intern for a professional lacrosse team.


If you’re thinking about attending college in Upstate New York, social media is the best way (aside from visiting) to get familiar with the area and learn about what New York is known for besides New York City.

Upstate is unique in its own way—from the capital buildings to the Adirondack Mountains, it's honestly an awesome place to study, intern, and have the time of your life in college.
Accounting, School of Business

Turning Theory into Practice

A hands-on class activity to support a good cause, conducted outside in summer-like weather: sounds like a win-win-win.

Every Student Has a Story: Lindsey Fish '23

Super Source Media Studios, located in the Wilton Mall in Saratoga Springs, keeps flexible hours that aren't always the same from one day to the next. It's not arbitrary, though. The studio owner needs to make it to class on time.
Center for International Programs, Political Science, School of Liberal Arts

The Power of Persistence

Valentina Doren '22, above, has traveled abroad extensively, but her plans to visit the one spot on the globe that personally matters most had been thwarted by pandemic, war, and rotten luck. Not anymore. Valentina is one of two Saints to earn a 2023-2024 Fulbright award.

Real-World Insights into Political Communication

Want a realistic perspective on how a political campaign is run? Just ask someone who’s been elected. To give his students the inside track on running for public office and, more importantly, serving constituents once you’re elected, Taewoo Kang, Ph.D., assistant professor of political communication, recently welcomed Town of Colonie Supervisor Peter Crummey to speak to his Introduction to Political Communication class.