Apr. 24, 2015

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The Thoreau-Harding Project, an ongoing English Department course at SUNY Geneseo, is constructing a cabin in the spirit of Henry David Thoreau and in tribute to the life work of the late Geneseo Professor Walter Harding, Thoreau scholar and beloved Geneseo educator.

 
Apr. 23, 2015

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SUNY Geneseo is experiencing a banner year for Fulbright Awards with the selection of a record four honorees – three grant recipients and one alternate – from six Geneseo applications. All recipients received English teaching assistantships (ETA) and will be teaching English part-time to non-native English-speakers, while also completing projects of the own part-time and serving as cultural ambassadors for the United States.

 
Apr. 23, 2015

Kimberley Willis

Kimberley Willis has been appointed registrar SUNY Geneseo. The registrar supports the academic mission of the college by overseeing class scheduling, maintaining the accuracy and integrity of registration and academic records, enforcing the academic policies and procedures of the college and serves as the compliance office for FERPA. She is overseeing a staff of five in the Registrar’s Office.

 
 
Geneseo In the News
Mar. 25, 2015

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Ian Alam, professor of marketing in Geneseo's School of Business, was featured on the website CardHub as an "Ask the Experts" panelist responding to a series of questions on price-matching in the retail industry. CardHub is a credit card comparison website for consumers.

 
Feb. 10, 2015

Robertson

David Robertson, associate professor and chair of the Department of Geography, was recently featured on Buffalo TV station WGRZ describing his research on the Genesee Oaks. A cultural-historical geographer, David's research shows that Geneseo's renowned old growth oak trees are remnants of a Seneca-maintained oak savanna that survived 19th century pioneer land clearance due to the progressive land management policies of the Wadsworth family. David says the project adds to our understanding of the geography and history of the Genesee Valley and advances awareness of Native American environmental agency and landscape heritage in eastern North America. He is now collaborating with natural scientists from the University at Buffalo on a National Science Foundation grant to fund expansion of the project using geospatial modeling and dendrochronology, scientifically studying the annual rings of trees to determine the dates and chronological order of past events.

 
Jan. 12, 2015

Crosby

SUNY Geneseo Professor of History Emilye Crosby has authored two separate articles that provide historical perspective on the current American historical film "Selma," the story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s work to secure equal voting rights via the historic march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965, leading to the signing of the Voting Rights Act. Crosby has an article titled "The Selma Voting Rights Struggle: 15 Key Points from Bottom-Up History and Why It Matters Today" on the "Teaching for Change" website. A shorter version, titled "Ten Things You Should Know About Selma Before You See the Film," is published on the news website "Common Dreams."