“I wouldn’t be where I am today if it weren’t for the Stack Center”: Q&A With Siena Alumnus Kevin Danaher

If you’re at all intrigued by the entrepreneurship program at Siena College and are eager to learn more, stay right here. We caught up with Siena graduate Kevin Danaher, who majored in computer science and minored in entrepreneurship, to talk about the entrepreneurship program, dancing, Siena and more.

During his time here, he actually created a business directly tied to one of his passions—and is still working on mobile apps to this day. Check it out.
Jordan Dunn '21

Preparing for the Road Ahead

When Siena promises an education for a lifetime they are not just talking about the degree Saints leave with- it means so much more.

“I started a business my freshman year”: Q&A with Siena alumnus Nicolas Earl

You dream up the idea. You call the shots. You reap the benefits. If you love the thought of running or creating your own business one day, you’re in good company. The hustle to become a successful entrepreneur is real and widespread (ever seen Shark Tank?!), but there’s always room for more. In fact, at Siena College, entrepreneurship is one of our most popular programs, and for good reason.

Take it from Nick Earl, who graduated from Siena in May 2018 with a major in marketing and a minor in innovation and entrepreneurship. Here’s what he said about his experience in Siena’s entrepreneurship program and more.

Carmen Maciariello ’01 Named Siena Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Siena Basketball alumnus Carmen Maciariello '01 has been named the 18th head coach in Siena Men's Basketball history. The native of nearby Clifton Park, New York recently completed his first season as an assistant coach in his second stint on the Siena Basketball staff.
Political Science, Academics

A Siena Scholar at Risk

Imprisoned in the past for speaking out about his political beliefs, Saladdin Ahmed, Ph.D. has found a temporary safe harbor at Siena College.
English, School of Liberal Arts, Academics

Bite-Sized Morsels of Fiction

The new teaching assistant professor of English brought in T.R. Darling via Skype to talk to the class about his work in the fast-growing genre.
Physics & Astronomy, School of Science, Academics

Riding the Galactic Superhighway

Siena students gazed at stars from the most spectacular stargazing spot in the Northern Hemisphere
School of Business, Alumni ADRIANA DIPIETRO ’19

School of Business Lecture: Moises Rivera ’09

Senior Sales Manager for Olympic Forest Products Company, Rivera returned to his alma mater to share his life story. In his presentation, titled “Who Am I?” Rivera retold both the amazing memories and the immense hardships he faced while growing up that made him who he is today.

15 places you can walk to from Siena

Two things we want you to know on this topic: 1) The value of having shops, eateries, and convenience stores within walking distance of your dorm cannot be underestimated. Even if you have access to public transportation or a car, being able to get places by foot too can seriously make campus life easier and so much more fun. (Also, the exercise = two thumbs up.)