Computer Science, School of Science

Computer Science Gets an Upgrade

To offer students more academic opportunities in the study of computer science and to better prepare them for evolving career options in the field, Siena has recently updated its computer science major to feature eight specific concentrations.
Admissions

Little-Known Facts About Siena's Admissions Team

It's easy to see why our admissions counselors love their jobs. Through compelling essays, campus events and informal visits, they get to hear about the most interesting aspects of prospective students' lives.
Accounting, School of Business, M.S. Accounting

Congratulations, You're Hired!

Caroline Clickman '22, G '23 is fully prepared for a career as a forensic specialist, except that's not what she's doing at all. At least not yet.
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Siena, Italy

American travelers always rave about the homemade pasta in Italy. Rarely, though, is the spaghetti actually made right in their home.

The Adventures of the Bleacher Brothers Vol. 3

The Bleacher Brothers – Fr. Casey Cole and Br. Tito Serrano, associate campus minister – are on a 17,000 miles, 11-week tour of all 30 Major League Baseball parks. They're spreading the Franciscan message "where people are" and throughout their trip, they'll be sharing many of their stories and encounters in the SCoop.
Career and Internship Center, communications

Every Student Has a Story: Jack Bloniarz '23

Jack Bloniarz '23 paid admission to visit his summer internship site last year. Unfortunately, he wasn't wearing company gear. Best to burn the evidence.

Peyton's Path

The memory of a beloved Siena student who lost his life while training as a firefighter is being commemorated with a new outdoor pathway featuring the Stations of the Cross.
Political Science, School of Liberal Arts

Transgender Athletes: Agenda vs. Fairness

It appears that most Americans are not in favor of transgender sports bans, but legislatures in conservative states are passing them into law anyway. Why? Daniel Lewis, Ph.D., and his colleagues have garnered national attention for their research and analysis.