Academics, Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneur(s) of the Year

For seven years, Siena has honored alumni with the annual Civitella Entrepreneur of the Year award. This year, the Stack Center added an honor for a current student.
Academics, Modern Languages & Classics, School of Liberal Arts

My (unexpected) Quebec Heritage

Rose Wilson ’21 liked her First Year Seminar professor so much that when she saw an elective she was offering during Wilson’s last semester at Siena, she jumped at the chance to take it even though it wasn’t related to her major. Her class project led to an interesting discovery about her family.

Food Talk: Where Siena Students Order Takeout

As you can probably imagine, you're in for a lot of late nights at college. Hanging out with your friends, staying in to write a paper, studying with your roommates for tomorrow's test—you'll be doing a lot of all that.

Sports in America

They won championships and set records as Siena student athletes, but in a conversation with students and staff on May 10, the decorated athletes weren't talking about titles and statistics.

A Box of Wonder

It’s a “box of wonder,” and anyone from the Siena community can take from it or give to it. The Mindful Nest is a new creative and conceptual space located just off the Chaplain’s Patio near the Chapel. If you’ve seen Little Free Libraries in your community where people can take and leave a book, the concept is similar, but Siena’s Mindful Nest has the potential to grow into something much more.

Always Finding Her Way to France

Abby Devaney '21 was accepted to the highly competitive, very prestigious TAPIF (Teaching Assistant Program in France). She'll spend seven months in France teaching and hiking.

Racial Justice and Police Reform

The second in a series of bipartisan Congressional panel discussions on racial justice and police reform was held May 6 - one of the first campus events to have an in-person component since the start of the pandemic. President Chris Gibson ’86, Ph.D. moderated U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado (D-NY-19) and U.S. Rep. John Katko (R-NY-24), who discussed the two major legislative proposals for policing reform.

Every Student Has a Story: Isis Young G'22

It's good to have options. Isis Young G '22 had three: announce college basketball games for ESPN, fulfill her dream of playing professionally, or do something completely unprecedented in the history of the NCAA.