The college wins an award for a residential program and a history professor is featured on a radio show.
Geneseo recently received another SUNY Outstanding Program Award for the educational programming based in the Saratoga Townhouses, Life After Geneseo, in the category of residential programs. The award was presented to Dean of Residential Living Celia Easton at the SUNY Council of Chief Student Affairs Officers fall meeting in Syracuse. Since 2006, the Council of Chief Student Affairs Officers has recognized six Geneseo programs as best practices in SUNY.
An interview with Associate Professor of History Kathleen Mapes was recently featured on “BackStory with the American History Guys,” a public radio show exploring contemporary themes through a historical lens, about the history of farming in America. Mapes talked about American sugar beet farmers at the turn of the 20th century, and how opposition to cheap sugar from America’s colonial possessions sparked an anti-imperialist movement. Watch her segment online.