SUNY Distinguished Professor Michael Leroy Oberg is hosting a workshop for nearly 60 local municipal historians on Saturday, Feb. 16. Oberg, who has been a member of Geneseo’s history faculty for twenty years, hopes to create partnerships that will enhance civic engagement between undergraduate students and public historians in the region.
In a four-year study, Suann Yang, assistant professor of biology at SUNY Geneseo, and science faculty from other institutions found that student buy-in to a new curriculum increases with each successive undergraduate cohort — and learning gains did not suffer.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Leadership and Service will enable Geneseo students and senior citizen volunteers to learn and work together on important community outreach efforts.
With nearly all of the holiday-season campus drives completed, the hosting departments and programs are reporting that they've collected an abundance of food, gifts, and other goods for families and others who are in need in our region.
Ilana Cahill, an executive chef with Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS) at SUNY Geneseo, has recently earned her certification as an executive chef by the American Culinary Federation. This is the second highest certification offered by ACF.
Angela Catalano ’20 has won a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship in support of her Spring 2019 study abroad to Costa Rica. Angela’s award makes her the 27th Geneseo student to win this State Department award.
Students on Track (SOT) is an application that integrates with DegreeWorks to determine if courses count toward a student’s degree program according to federal and state regulations. SOT will be operational in Spring 2019 for advanced registration of the Fall 2019 term.
Beverly J. Evans, professor of French and Western Humanities in Geneseo’s Department of Languages and Literatures, is among the latest cohort of 14 faculty members the State University of New York Board of Trustees has named to a distinguished professorship.
Members of Southside Boys and Hips-n-Harmony will join the Geneseo Chamber Singers and Spectrum Singers in a festive holiday-themed choral concert at historic St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in the Village of Geneseo at 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 9. The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.
With the holidays upon us, many departments across campus are collecting food, gifts, and other goods for those in need this holiday season. Here is a sampling of what is needed for those less fortunate in our region. Please check back often for updates to the list.
Student interns from the Office of Sustainability have created a compost-collection program that includes distributing compost buckets to individual faculty and staff members who are diverting the compostable waste they generate during the day .
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.