A Role Model for Boys and Girls

Lorenzo Sibilia ’20 was looking for a job after graduation that would combine his interests (and double major) in political science and sociology. He also wanted to hang on to an ideal apartment in downtown Albany.

Looking for Clues in the Toilet

Research is being conducted on campus wastewater to supplement clinical testing for SARS-CoV-2. In simpler terms, let’s find out if the coronavirus is present by checking out the stuff we flush down the toilet.
School of Science, Environmental Studies and Sciences

Lab Work, and Lichens, from Home

One of the bigger challenges for online teaching is making science research compelling and replicable outside the classroom or lab. Dr. Kolozsvary found a way.
School of Science, Baldwin Nursing Program, Health Professions


Siena College and Maria College announce today that they will continue to develop their academic partnership to prepare students for careers in the health and caring professions.

Every Student Has a Story: Rami Ghanem '21

The Syrian American Medical Society conducts missions in Lebanon. There are no teenagers among the ranks of medical professionals and volunteers. Rami Ghanem '21 was the 18-year-old exception.

"Warm" Wishes for the Class of 2020

To show some love and appreciation for the hard work of our graduates, and to take a little of the sting out of the cancelled Commencement ceremony, the College is mailing out gift boxes to every member of the Class of 2020.

Welcome Message from the President of Siena College

Today is the day. After countless hours of detailed logistical planning by our dedicated faculty, administrators and staff, and after weeks of our students hoping that campus life could resume, the 2020-21 academic year at Siena College is underway.