Physics & Astronomy, School of Science

Academic Roadshow

Siena physics and business students headed to separate conferences this spring to experience academic presentations with professional peers.
Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, Chemistry & Biochemistry, School of Science, Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

Showcases of Extraordinary Talents

Siena's record-setting Academic Showcase recognized hundreds of Saints and their research; a separate regional showcase specifically recognized Isaiah Korostil '24.

"He Literally Saved the Woman's Life"

After a tough week of final exams, Prince Asante ’23 was dozing on the shuttle bus from campus back to Siena’s student housing in Troy when he was quickly awakened by the swerving of the vehicle. What he did next saved a woman’s life.

Anything, but an Essay, Goes

To explore how writers and artists represent the trauma of sexual assault, Shannon Draucker, Ph.D. created the honors seminar “Narratives of Sexual Violence.” She wanted to offer her students impactful ways to examine the topic, and a final assignment called an “un-essay” grew into a campus event that resonated far beyond the class.


Made your big decision?!

Submitted your deposit and reserved your spot in the Class of 2027?!

Where did you pick?!

WAIT! Don’t let this moment regarding your huge announcement pass you by without a little fun and creativity. Here are creative ways you can show the world where you’re off to for college and make it the big deal that it is.

Building Community, Playground Style

If you know the five Ds (dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge) then you're ready for a game of dodgeball. And if you're ready for a game of dodgeball, you'll do just fine in First-Year Seminar taught by Nicole Cosentino, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor.
Center for International Programs, Chemistry & Biochemistry, School of Science

Saints Around the World: Belfast, Northern Ireland

The Irish Sea, which connects to the North Atlantic Ocean from the north and south, separates the islands of Ireland and Great Britain. The water is cold – about 43 degrees in April – but along the coast of Belfast, the impact of the sea entices surfers from all over the world. Surprisingly, the crashing waves attracted a Siena Saint who had never before stood on a surfboard.
English, School of Liberal Arts

Debut Novel Earns High Praise

A debut novel by a Siena faculty member is garnering rave reviews from national literary outlets.