School of Science

Class of '22, but Far from 22

Elham Malik '22 and her first grade friends from many years ago will all be graduating this year, just not together. Her former classmates will be earning their high school diplomas; Elham may just be the youngest Siena graduate in College history.
Baldwin Nursing Program, School of Science

Every Student Has a Story: Rachel Bryk '22

Rachel Bryk '22 changed her major three times, dropped out of college, took up landscaping, then found her calling and her way home to Siena. The walk across the graduation stage is the same distance for every student, but no student's journey to the stage has ever been like this.

A Tradition of Kings on Campus

Martin Luther King III spoke May 3 at the UHY Center on “Strengthening the Bonds of Racial Justice,” which echoed Siena’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. He was also awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters. It was the College’s 35th annual Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King Lecture.

Hotspotting for the Super-Utilizers

Hotspotting is a health care method aimed at reducing costs while improving patient health and experience. It works by identifying “super-utilizers” (those with frequent hospital visits or admissions), and provides hands-on, individualized interventions for patients with complex social and health care needs.
Physics & Astronomy, School of Science

'Quarks to Cosmos' in the City

Eight Siena students attended the April meeting of the American Physical Society (APS), held April 9 – 12 in New York. The meeting’s theme, “Quarks to Cosmos,” encompassed a broad range of research areas in physics: astrophysics, particle physics, nuclear physics, and gravitation, as well as topics on education, and issues of diversity and equity in the field. More than 1,500 attendees took part.
Political Science, School of Liberal Arts, Pre-Law

The Politics of SCOTUS

A few days before a draft decision on Roe v. Wade was leaked from U.S. Supreme Court, setting off a national firestorm of controversy and criticism, Siena hosted a panel discussion on the highest court in the land, and to what extent it has become politically polarized during its 2021-22 term.
Psychology, Creative Arts, Marketing, School of Liberal Arts, School of Business

SIENA IN THE NEWS: APRIL 2022

A monthly media roundup for the Siena community.
Admissions, Baldwin Nursing Program

5 REASONS TO CHOOSE SIENA BY...A NURSING STUDENT

Have a feeling you were born to be a nurse? Speed up the process while getting a phenomenal education at Siena.

Through our partnerships with Ellis Medicine’s Belanger School of Nursing and Maria College’s Nursing Department, you can earn two degrees—an associate’s and bachelor’s in nursing—in four years.
Internships, Career and Internship Center, Political Science, School of Liberal Arts

The Intern Journal: Saratoga Springs Planning Dept.

Matthew Smith '22 wasn't quite sure what he wanted to do with his life. In a moment of introspection from his 11th floor balcony overlooking Washington, D.C., he thought about his future.