Committed to teaching in the classroom and beyond, the Siena family of students, faculty, alumni, and staff share a passion for this College that is unparalleled.  Our focus is providing the best possible undergraduate experience in the sciences with a variety of areas of study from Biology and Chemistry to Computer Science and Physics. Faculty and students work together on innovative research in numerous areas including artificial intelligence, astronomy, physics, robotics, and science education—much of which is funded by the National Science Foundation and NASA. Check out these other opportunities available to school of science majors and discover what Siena has to offer!


Research Opportunities

During the academic year, approximately 300 independent undergraduate research projects are carried out for college credit. Over the summer, approximately 80 students are supported to perform undergraduate research with faculty mentors, who push students to go beyond their textbooks and actively participate in the scientific endeavor. 

Centers and Institutes

School of Science Office

Roger Bacon Hall Room Office: RB212