• Rainy sunset on the Geneseo campus

    Geneseo in Pictures

    Sunset on campus as the remnants of Hurricane Florence pass through the region.

    By Keith Walters '11

  • Students hiking

    Experience the World

    International study through Geneseo is available in 65 countries, with more than 600 program options. In addition, many academic departments offer immersive field trips to international and domestic locations.

    Photo: Geography field trip to Canada, 2016

  • Emily Borghard

    Paying it Forward

    Plagued by hundreds of seizures a day, Emily Borghard's life was on hold -- until she became one of the first people to receive a cutting-edge brain implant. “There were so many people who helped me,” she said. “I can never repay them, so I pay it forward.”


Red Jacket Dining Hall
Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Red Jacket Dining Complex

SUNY Geneseo President Denise A. Battles and Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS) will host the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of Red Jacket Dining Complex. The ribbon cutting will take place at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, September 21. The event will take place during SUNY Geneseo’s Homecoming and Family Weekend. A brief reception will take place at the Twisted Fork station within the dining complex.

Step Afrika! dance troup
Limelight and Accents Series Celebrates 50 Years of Arts and Culture

With a lineup that runs the gamut from chamber music to step-dancing, the 50th anniversary season of the Limelight and Accents Performing Arts series is expected to be one of the most memorable in recent history.

Sturges Quad
Homecoming & Family Weekend 2018

SUNY Geneseo will host a combined Homecoming and Family Weekend, Sept. 21–22. More than 1,300 alumni and parents have registered for the celebration that will include plenty of opportunities for attendees to catch up with classmates, students, faculty and staff, as well as catch a glimpse of what life’s like at SUNY Geneseo.


Brazilian Northeastern Literatures and National Imaginaries

2:30-4:30 PM in Brodie 203. Talk by Wesley Costa de Moraes, Assistant Professor of Languages and Literatures at SUNY Geneseo. Free and open to the public. Event on Facebook.

All College Speaker Series: Karl Shallowhorn

2:30-3:45 PM in the Union Ballroom. Karl's dreams were shattered by a disabling bipolar episode in his first year in college. In this talk he shares his struggles and how he overcame the challenges he faced. More info.

MPB.3 Brazilian Music Performance

2:30-4:30 PM in Doty Recital Hall. MPB, or Música Popular Brasileira is an amalgamation of Brazilian music styles. This performance led is by Armenio Suzano, Professor of Music at Houghton College, and is free and open to the public. MPB.3 Facebook event.

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...

Presidential Scholars
Geneseo's 2018-19 Presidential Scholars

Fourteen SUNY Geneseo students are Presidential Scholars for the 2018-19 academic year, representing a variety of academic areas and exemplifying the college's institutional values. A presidential scholar is a top-achieving member of the senior class who also serves as an ambassador for the college.

Christian Burke '19 and Kirk Anne, director of research technology and strategic projects.
CJ Burke '19 Takes the Lead on Data-to-Sound Innovation Team

A team of Geneseo faculty members, a student and a small-business consultant are exploring how large amounts of data can be conveyed through sound thanks to a $50,000 NSF Innovation Corps-National Innovation Network Teams grant.  School of Business student CJ Burke '19 is the entrepreneurial lead, serving as the team's spokesperson.

Spencer Crew
Historian Spencer Crew to Deliver Walter Harding Lecture

Author and public historian Spencer Crew, Ph.D., will deliver the 2018 Walter Harding Lecture Sept. 28 at 2 p.m. in Doty Recital Hall. Crew's lecture, “Civil Disobedience, the Underground Railroad and Thoreau,” is free and open to the public.