Center for International Programs, School of Business

Saints in South America

Class is in session, from a continent away.
HEOP, Center for International Programs

Every Student Has a Story: Ndeye Tall '22

Ndeye Tall '22 believes all students need inspiration in the classroom from a real life history teacher, even if her own inspiration isn't a real one.
Academic Community Engagement, Psychology, Physics & Astronomy, School of Science

Hands-On FLOSSing

Refurbishing old computers so they can be used again is an excellent project for those interested in learning about software and coding.
Academics, English, Academic Community Engagement

Camp Appalachia

We all know the stereotypes of Appalachian people. Uneducated. Addicted to either opioids or home brew. Bereft that their coal mine or factory jobs have disappeared but unwilling to look for work elsewhere.


When people think of New York, they often immediately think of New York City. And we get it: There’s a lot to love about the five boroughs three hours south of us.

But that said, we wouldn’t relocate Siena’s peaceful upstate suburban campus if we had the choice.
Center for International Studies

Where Will Fulbright Take You?

A new six-week online workshop aims to give Siena students an edge in the Fulbright application process.
School of Liberal Arts, Academics

Congratulations, You're Hired!

Former classmates were once partners in group projects. They're now doing near identical work at competing TV stations.
School of Science, Physics & Astronomy

Keeping Their Heads in the Cloud (chamber)

For several years, physics students at Siena have been building cloud chambers, a common tool used to “see” radiation. Their ongoing project hit a snag recently when the manufacturer of some of the components stopped making them. No worries, though – students are updating the design and creating their own parts using a 3-D printer.
Political Science, Modern Languages & Classics, School of Liberal Arts

Every Student Has a Story: Michael Averill '22

A community in southern Costa Rica depends on the clean water that flows from a biological reserve in the rainforest. Last month, they put their faith in Michael Averill '22.