SUNY Geneseo appears in the 2019 edition of “Fiske Guide to Colleges" as a “best and most interesting” college based on the quality of our academic offerings and students’ social and quality-of-life ratings.
SUNY Geneseo was identified by the Chronicle of Higher Education as a public institution with one of the best four-year graduation rates.
Three SUNY Geneseo faculty members, a professional staff members and a member of the college’s classified services are among recipients of Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence for the 2017-18 academic year. The honor provides system-wide recognition for consistently superior professional achievement and encourages the ongoing pursuit of excellence.
The Rochester City School District (RCSD) has awarded $76,800 to Susan Norman, director of the School of Education’s Xerox Center for Multicultural Teacher Education, in support of this summer’s Rochester Young Scholars Academy at Geneseo (RYSAG).
Jason Ozubko, assistant professor of psychology at SUNY Geneseo, has received a three-year $370,245 Academic Research enhancement Award research grant from the National Institute on Neurological Disorder and Stroke.
Faculty member Glenn McClure has received a $50,000 National Science Foundation Innovation Corps-National Innovation Network Teams grant to explore the interpretation and representation of large amounts of data through non-speech audio such as music.
SUNY Geneseo finished 11th in the 2017-18 Learfield Sports Director's Cup standings, which measure the overall excellence of the 450 NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletic programs in the nation.
Some 700 alumni and friends will be returning to the SUNY Geneseo campus June 1-2 for Reunion 2018. The annual event will highlight class years ending in three and eight, affinity anniversaries, and a celebration of the 51-year career of Tom Matthews, associate dean of leadership and service.
One of the world's best-know oceanographers, David Gallo, related some of his life journey as keynote speaker for Geneseo’s 152nd commencement ceremonies on May 12.
Seven SUNY Geneseo student-athletes were named recipients of the 2017-18 State University of New York Scholar-Athlete Award, in recognition of outstanding academic excellence and athletic achievement. SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson recognized all of this year’s recipients in announcing the awards Wednesday.
As a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia, Kate Dunn '15 is living her dream of becoming a global citizen and helping build positive relationships among nations.
As a childhood/special education major with a natural sciences concentration, David McGlashon '18 credits the Shear School of Education with providing him the skills to be an effective teacher.
Alumni and friends will be returning to campus June 1-2 for Reunion 2018. The annual event will highlight class years ending in three and eight, affinity anniversaries, and a celebration of the 51-year career of Tom Matthews, associate dean of leadership and service.
SUNY Geneseo’s Department of Career Development has implemented a new career management system that greatly enhances the department’s ability to manage job and internship postings, run career fairs and track student usage.
Commencement is always a time to celebrate, but this year, Terese Caiazza ’18 and Tanairi Taylor’ 18 will make College history, becoming the first to graduate with a major in women’s and gender studies.