In the Eyes of the Oppressed

A retired Siena sociology professor with his own history in civil rights activism has published a new book on Franciscan men and women whose significant efforts have long been overlooked.
Baldwin Nursing Program, School of Science

Congress Chooses a Priority Project at Siena

A funding request for new nursing education equipment at Siena has been submitted to the U.S. House budget by U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko (NY-20). On June 6, he visited the College’s Baldwin Nursing suite to meet with staff and students about the expanding program and its mission-centered goal to educate more nurses for underserved areas in the Capital Region.


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HEOP, History, Education, School of Liberal Arts

Lonnstrom HEOP Excellence Award Winner

Ndeye Tall ‘22, a history major/education minor from the Bronx, is the annual recipient of the Lonnstrom Higher Education Opportunity Program Excellence Award.
Environmental Studies and Sciences, School of Science

Studying the State of the Northern Forest

Developers are continuing to build homes and businesses farther out from city and town centers. As new structures go up and more humans move in, how does that impact forests and the mammals that live there? Daniel Bogan, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental studies and sciences, has received a three-year, $184,511 grant from the Northern States Research Cooperative (NSRC) to explore that very question.
communications, School of Liberal Arts

Congratulations, You're Hired!

Christopher Knights '22 was born a Yankees fan into a Yankees family. In fact, he's wanted to work for the club ever since he realized he would never make it as a starting pitcher for the Bronx Bombers. However, since graduating last month, he hasn't had a chance to catch many Yankees games. Instead, he's been glued to the Atlanta Braves.
School of Business, Management, Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Kenya

Many rural and remote areas of Kenya are not connected to the national power grid, though electricity is essential to help alleviate poverty and a reliance on kerosene. Unfortunately, connecting these villages to the national grid isn't feasible. But, as five Siena students learned first-hand, there is another way.