Career and Internship Center, Internships, Pre-Law

The Intern Journal: National Comedy Center

Christina interned in the executive director's office at the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY, not far from her home in Bemus Point.

$300K to Help Launch HOPE

Siena was recently notified that it is the recipient of a sizeable federal grant for educational programming on suicide prevention.
Center for International Programs, Biology, School of Science

Saints Around the World: Mexico

There are several natural bodies of water worldwide where late night swimming is best on a moonless night. Just be wary of what lurks beneath the surface.
communications, School of Liberal Arts

Every Student Has a Story: Shelsy Vicente Gross '25

It was freestyle battle rap. People would square off and improvise takedown lyrics in front of an audience. On one neighborhood block in the Dominican Republic about 13 years ago, the most feared rapper on the street was a 6-year-old girl.
School of Science

Leading Toward a Greener Future

Siena is taking part in initial efforts to develop a proposal for New York to become a regional clean energy hydrogen hub.
Career and Internship Center, Internships, School of Business

Congratulations, You're Hired!

The Microsoft corporate headquarters stretch out over approximately eight million square feet in Redmond, Washington. The campus features more than 100 buildings and some 53,000 employees working on more than 500 acres. For perspective, the entire Siena campus could fit inside Microsoft HQ nearly three times.
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Seoul, South Korea

Amal Faheem '23 was born in Kuwait 90 percent deaf. Her lip reading super power was described in a March '22 issue of the SCoop, and in the same piece, Amal laid out her plans to travel alone this summer to South Korea. She made it.

The Adventures of the Bleacher Brothers Vol. 7

The Bleacher Brothers – Fr. Casey Cole and Br. Tito Serrano, associate campus minister – recently completed their 17,000 mile, 11-week tour of all 30 Major League Baseball parks. They spread the Franciscan message "where people are" all the way to their final goodbye in the Denver airport.