School of Science, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Academics

Siena's Biggest Beetles Fans

Stephen Deyrup, Ph.D., and his two student researchers are big Beetles fans.
School of Science, Academics

The Fast Track to Engineering

Siena has formalized its agreement with the Capital Region Campus of Clarkson University for the 4/1 cooperative program in engineering, one of the most searched for majors by prospective students.
Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, Research/Grant Activity

A Different SPIn on Summer

Would you like to spend your summer helping Black communities in Albany build wealth and equity? How about giving young students study opportunities in STEM? Or maybe exploring ways to support the brewing industry in the Capital Region?
Center for International Programs, Biology, School of Science

Saints Around the World: Lyon, France

Typically, a semester in France would be an opportunity to explore Europe. However, because of the pandemic, country hopping is discouraged. Instead Natalie Vu '22 is city hopping through the French countryside.
Academics, Computer Science, School of Science

The Job He Always Wanted

Rusty Irving '85 retired from his chief engineer position at GE to make good on his promise to Jim Matthews, M.S., professor of mathematics and computer science.
Academics

An Emotional, Inspiring Goodbye

Peyton Morse '21 died on March 12, nine days after suffering a medical emergency during training at the New York State Academy of Fire Science.

A Doctor to the Poorest in the World

Paul Farmer, M.D., Ph.D. -- physician, Harvard Medical School professor and medical anthropologist -- believes that health care is a universal human right. On March 16 he hosted a one-hour Zoom conversation exclusively for Siena students, as part of the Mission Office’s Women’s Leadership Series.

Michael Averill '22 Named Newman Civic Fellow

Michael Averill ’22 has been named a Newman Civic Fellow for the coming academic year by Campus Compact, a Boston-based non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education.