At Geneseo... there's no place like here for engagement
Join a community that will engage you through a dynamic student life. Why? Because it’s so easy to get involved at Geneseo. Whether you are interested in arts or culture, service or sports. Games or Greek Life–or a combination thereof—we have a club, team or group for that. More than 200 organizations, in fact.
Geneseo students are tremendous participators. They like being part of something larger than themselves and are constantly looking for ways to do more. And they are really good at creating and leading organizations that make those opportunities possible. And want to know how do we define being engaged? With stories like these.
SUNY Geneseo students have resurrected The Memories Campaign at the college (formerly Heard@Geneseo) to continue the organization’s legacy of documenting the lives of senior citizens in the region.
Patrick Buckley ’19, will launch his Discovery Cafe with three free public events this fall. The first talk, “A Series of Discrepant Events: Some Physics in Action,” presented by Kurt Fletcher, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor of Physics & Astronomy, will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m. at the Wadsworth Library on Center St., Geneseo.
SUNY Geneseo’s summer learning program for elementary school students in rural areas is in its sixth year and Program Director Annmarie Urso continues to be pleased with the educational and social progress the students make.
A recent visit to Lithuania’s Alytus College by Meredith Harrigan, associate professor of communication at SUNY Geneseo, has helped reinforce Geneseo’s involvement in globally networked learning (GNL).
Could students from the Rochester City School District (RCSD) be instrumental in NASA’s goal to send humans to Mars before the anticipated asteroid event in 2029?
Two recent SUNY Geneseo graduates have been selected as Rochester Youth Year (RYY) fellows for the 2017-18 school year. Receiving fellowships are Antoinette Lubich-Claps ’17, a political science major from Brooklyn, N.Y., and Elizabeth Van Son ’16, a geography major from Rochester, N.Y. Both fellows will be working in Rochester City Schools with different assignments.