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.

In the Middle of the Madness

Siena hosted first and second round action of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament from MVP Arena. Eight teams played six games in 48 hours with more than nine million viewers watching across the country. A team of Siena students helped to pull it off.

Words of Healing from Different Faiths

Students representing three Abrahamic faith traditions joined together to lead a prayer service to lift up those in Türkiye and Syria impacted by the deadly February earthquake.
Academic Community Engagement

An IMPACTful Experience

What are the best ways for students to build leadership skills through community engaged scholarship?
Biology, School of Science

The Intern Journal: DNA Investigations

The family tree on Kali Cucharale's '23 grandmother's side of the family didn't branch out beyond her grandmother. Kali assumed she was Italian, but because her grandmother was adopted – with little information – as an infant, the family was only guessing.