Apr. 16, 2013
- Geneseo chemistry students and faculty recently presented at the 245th American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition in New Orleans, April 8 through 11.
Distinguished Teaching Professor of Chemistry Dave Geiger, Lecturer Cristina Geiger and Professor Kazu Yokoyama presented papers. Chemistry students also presented their research: Mike Nellist '14, Matt Destefano '14, Jerrod Deck '13, Carrie Levinn '14, Mike Azzaro' 13 and Will Stephens '13. They have worked with several professors on their research. The theme of the meeting was Chemistry and Energy of Food.
Students had an opportunity to interact with leaders in their research areas and representatives from the top graduate programs in the country. The meeting was attended by more than 15,000 chemists from around the world. Travel was funded by donors to The Geneseo Foundation.
- The SUNY Geneseo Federal Credit Union marked more than four decades of offering financial services for college employees on March 27, holding its 42nd Annual Meeting. The credit union is nonprofit and services more than 1,325 members. It was established in 1971 for employees to provide affordable choices for savings and loans. Last December, the credit union received a Sustained Superiority Award from Bauer Financial, a national company that reviews financial statuses of banks and credit unions, for 20 years as one of the safest financial institutions in the country.