Siena Research Institute, Siena in the News

Siena Partners with The New York Times

The Siena College Research Institute and The New York Times are partnering on a completely unprecedented initiative: publishing live poll results of the most competitive Congressional races across the country.

5 Reasons to Earn an MBA

The Siena MBA has arrived, and our AACSB-accredited School of Business could not be more excited to show the community what’s in store for our new program. For starters, in addition to inviting ambitious, capable grad students to apply for a full-time or part-time capacity, we’re also giving Siena freshmen the chance to earn their bachelor’s and MBA in four years.

Move-In Day 2018

The families of 764 freshmen and 140 transfer students arrived on campus on Thursday, August 30, to move in their Saints for the start of the new academic year.


Research is the name of the game at college—and it involves a lot more than Googling stuff or going to the library. Students at Siena are making discoveries, inventing new things, solving problems, presenting their research at conferences and getting published. But what does research really look like? If you’re like most high school students, the concept of research is still a little unclear. That’s why we’re using our blog to unmask what research really means—and how it can seriously shape our world.
Center for International Programs, Center for International Studies Abigail August ’19

Brazilian Students Live Like Saints

Thirteen students from FAE Centro Universitário in Curitiba, Brazil had the opportunity to experience life as American college students this summer through the Siena-FAE Summer Institute in Global Business.
Academics, Management, Internships

Making His Mark at Age 19

Zackary Terry ’21 is a full-time management major at Siena who attends classes in between working - also full time – at Northwestern Mutual.

Honorary Degree Rescinded

The Executive Committee of the Siena College Board of Trustees voted on August 8 to rescind an honorary degree awarded to former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, former archbishop emeritus of Washington, effective immediately.
Physics & Astronomy, Academics, Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity

Dark Matter Summer School

Matt Bellis, Ph.D., associate professor of physics, gave the overview talk that kicked off a week of learning for graduate and undergraduate students. DMSS was held across town at the University at Albany and funded by the National Science Foundation.