Alumni Kayla Allbright '20

Kristin Bernert '96: "My Path is not Something I had Planned"

Alumna Kristin Bernert ’96 spoke to members of the Siena community on Monday April 15th in the Key Auditorium in Roger Bacon. As Senior Vice President of Business Operations at Madison Square Garden (MSG) Sports, she shared what she has learned from her experiences working closely with major sports teams such as the New York Knicks and New York Rangers.

Mental Health & Wellness at Siena College: Q&A 1 of 2

It’s nearly impossible to log onto Twitter or scan the news without seeing the words mental health, anxiety, wellness, meditation or depression—and it’s often coming from the mouths (or fingertips) of smart, curious and concerned Gen Zers.

More than ever, you want college to be about personal growth as much as it is academic growth. We hear you loud and clear, and that’s why Siena has added new programs and resources to address these issues—and will continue to innovate ways we can help our students.
Alumni, Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Jim Morrell ’66 honored as Siena's Entrepreneur of the Year

James J. "Jim" Morrell ’66 has been named the 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year by Siena College. The award is presented annually to a Siena graduate who has excelled as an entrepreneur, positively impacted the community, and is driven by the entrepreneurial spirit and Franciscan values of the College.

Kate Gutmann '90 to Speak at Commencement

A Siena marketing alumna who rose to become a top executive with UPS will be the featured speaker at the College’s 79th annual Commencement on Sunday, May 12 at the Times Union Center.
Center for International Programs, Academics ADRIANA DIPIETRO ’19

Two Saints Awarded Fulbright Grants

Siena College seniors, Thomas Ruhl ’19 and Samantha Lore ’19 have been selected for the 2018-2019 Fulbright U.S. Program. This prestigious program offers our Saints the opportunities to research, study, and teach in over 140 foreign countries.

“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.