At Geneseo... there’s no place like here for excellence
Join a community that promotes excellence through learning and engaging with top-notch faculty. Pure and simple, it’s a place that celebrates and inspires the joy of discovery—learning, earning and creating something new every day and in all sorts of ways. Inside the lab. Outside the classroom. On the stage. And the fields of competition.
And why? Because our strong and enduring reputation continues to attract talented and accomplished students from across New York and around the word. And when they’re here, students are inspired to expand their thinking and their options, gaining a global perspective that puts new ideas in context…..but leaving enough room for creativity and yes, room to dream a little! We are a community of connected learners that sustains and inspires students while they are here and well beyond. And want to know how do we define excellence? With stories like these.
SUNY Geneseo’s Department of Geography has been awarded the 2018 Award for Bachelors Program Excellence from the American Association of Geographers (AAG). The department was cited as a place “where collaboration between faculty, students, and the local community delivers an exemplary learning experience for undergraduate geographers.”
SUNY Geneseo has been named to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s list of the Top 300 Best College Values for 2018, ranking 120th on the comprehensive list of public and private colleges.
Three administrators in the College’s Center for Community are serving in leadership roles of three major national student affairs professional association governing boards.
SUNY Geneseo has been selected to participate in the prestigious Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program. The aim of the McNair Program is to increase the numbers of low-income, first-generation, and historically underrepresented undergraduates who pursue Ph.D. degrees. Diedre DeBose, director of Access Opportunity Programs, will serve as the McNair Scholars Program director.
Vincent Markowski, an associate professor of psychology, was recently awarded a nearly $400,000 research grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Markowski will use the three-year grant to study the cognitive effects of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the drug most commonly found in marijuana.
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.