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Siena Moves up on “Best Colleges” List

Siena College continues to be recognized as a “best” college and is ranked among the top tier of liberal arts colleges on the 2015 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges list. Siena improved its ranking, moving from #126 to #113. Siena’s overall...

Environmental Studies Student Researches Local Water Quality

By Rebecca Davis ’15 While many people spend their summers trying to avoid bugs, Siena College environmental science major Nick McCloskey ’17 has spent his looking for them. Under the supervision of Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Mary...

Siena Senior Gift Exceeds Goal for Third Straight Year

Siena’s Senior Gift has brought in $12,716, exceeding its goal for the third straight year. Students on the Senior Gift Committee chose to donate the funds to the Grotto, joining the Classes of 2005 and 2006 in supporting the outdoor prayer space being...

The Dr. Elina Burstyn Woman’s Health Scholarship

Siena College is proud to announce that Dr. Dmitry Burshteyn and Dr. Elina Burstyn have established The Dr. Elina Burstyn Woman’s Health Scholarship in support of Siena College. It will be awarded based upon academic merit. Scholarships can be established...

Campaign Q&A: Carlie Roman ’15

Welcome to Campaign Q&A, a series of interviews with Siena community members integral to Living Our Tradition: The Campaign for Siena College. This week’s interview subject is Carlie Roman ’15, a psychology major and Standish Honors Fellow who...

Siena Included on The Princeton Review’s Prestigious “Best Colleges” List

Siena College is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features the school in the new 2015 edition of its annual college guide, “The Best 379 Colleges.”...

Siena Squirrels: From Trees to the Classroom

By Rebecca Davis ’15 Squirrels, the most common campus critter, are the subjects of two biology students’ summer research. Funded by the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, Brendan Martino ’16 and Kate Ackert ’16 have...

Summer Scholar Opens Doors to College

By Rebecca Davis ’15 Dake Summer Scholar and economics major Conor Quinn ’15 is tackling a big job: getting underprivileged teens to continue their education beyond high school. Working with Assistant Professor of Economics Arindam Mandal, Ph.D.,...

Siena College Bids Fr. Kevin Mullen Farewell

Fr. Kevin Mullen ’75, O.F.M., Ph.D., who served as Siena’s president since 2007, steps down from his post today. Mullen announced his resignation at a press conference on June 4 after he was elected provincial minister of the Holy Name Province, the...

The Jeffrey Muszynski ’97 Memorial Scholarship

Siena College is proud to announce that Christopher Litchfield ’97 has established The Jeffrey Muszynski ’97 Memorial Scholarship to honor his friend’s memory and provide opportunity for future Siena students. Litchfield and Muszynski were roommates...