Geneseo Community Engagement (GCE) is a new way to connect the resources at SUNY Geneseo with the needs of the community and vice versa. Combining the shared missions of several campus programs, GCE forges relationships between local residents and businesses and members of the SUNY Geneseo community.
SUNY Geneseo geology majors Megan Kopp '19 and Alyssa DeMott '19 will join Geneseo planetary geologist Nick Warner at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Nov. 26 in Pasadena, Calif., for the scheduled 3 p.m. ET landing of InSight, NASA’s latest mission to Mars. The team will work for several weeks to characterize the area around the lander and make recommendations to NASA engineers on where to place the sensitive geological instruments that will explore the planet's crust, mantle and core.
The College was named to Washington Monthly’s "2018 America’s Best Colleges For Student Voting" list. This is a first-of-its-kind list of the colleges and universities that are doing the most to help their students become engaged citizens.
LGBTQ+ POC? Fine by Me!
6 PM in Newton 201. The Pride Alliance presents an open panel discussion with 8 Geneseo faculty, staff, and students of color who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community. They will talk about how the intersections of race, sexuality, class, and gender play out in everyday campus life. All are welcome!
12 PM in front of the Integrated Science Center (ISC). Join the march to publicly acknowledge climate issues and raise your voice for a viable and safe future on Earth. Created by four students in WGST 310 as part of a public engagement project, the march will proceed to Main Street and loop back to the College Green. All are invited.
Geneseo Symphony Orchestra & Geneseo Festival Chorus
3-5 PM in Wadsworth Auditorium. Join the Geneseo Symphony Orchestra and the Geneseo Festival Chorus for a performance of Jocelyn Hagen's Ashes of Roses. $10 general admission, $5 faculty and staff, students free.
What DNA Tells Us About History
7:00-8:15 PM at Wadsworth Public Library lower level meeting room. Wendy Pogozelski, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor of Chemistry, presents. Free and open to the public, this event is part of the Discovery Cafe series.
In the Spotlight...
The Greg ’64 and Elizabeth O’Connell Family Endowment supports general scholarships for students with financial need from the Downstate New York area with a preference for students living in Brooklyn, particularly the Red Hook area. In addition, the endowment will help fund an array of student needs in the Transition Opportunity Program (TOP) and Access Opportunity Programs (AOP).
Several alumni met with current students from the School of Business during their annual New York City trip. Alums working in finance emphasizes the types of positions available to accounting majors, from financial planners to risk managers.