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VIDEO: Real World Geneseo

Real World Geneseo is an experiential learning course now in it's 15th year.

My First Weeks

View a photo essay highlighting Lainelle Brazee's first weeks on the Geneseo campus.

SUNY Geneseo Announces New School of Arts and Sciences and Interim Dean

SUNY Geneseo has created a new School of Arts and Sciences comprising 18 departments across disciplines, including the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

Geneseo Dance Ensemble Performs "Dancing Into Light"

SUNY Geneseo’s Department of Theatre and Dance Studies presents the Geneseo Dance Ensemble in “Dancing Into Light,” featuring new works by faculty and guest artists and selected student choreographers.

Geneseo Again Named Top Producer of Fulbright US Students

SUNY Geneseo has been named a Top Producer of Fulbright US Student awards for the sixth time in the past seven years.

Geneseo is a Top Producer of Research Doctorates

SUNY Geneseo is ranked #5 out of 647 institutions in the number of graduates who went to earn a research doctorate degree between 2013 and 2022.

Totality Awesome

Astronomy professor Aaron Steinhauer offers tips for watching the total solar eclipse in April 2024.

SUNY Geneseo Offers Eclipse Lessons in Local Schools

SUNY Geneseo professor of physics and astronomy Aaron Steinhauer is bringing his expertise into local schoolrooms ahead of the total solar eclipse on April 8.

Lieutenant Governor Visits SUNY Geneseo

Lieutenant Governor Antonio Delgado visited SUNY Geneseo on January 30 to engage with students who participate in community service and civic engagement.

Special Collections Feature Rare 16th-Century Books

The Special Collections in Fraser Hall Library range from college memorabilia to local historical documents to rare, fragile, and valuable artifacts. Some of the oldest items are collected writings by early Christian thinkers date back almost 500 years, to the 1530s.

Physics Gets Nod from Chancellor

Chancellor John King recently spoke about the future of the SUNY system on Spectrum News. He noted that SUNY Geneseo should lean into our strengths as an honors college with an "phenomenal physics program."

Ken Cooper Explores Interdisciplinary Ways of Teaching English

Associate professor of English Ken Cooper brings an ecological viewpoint to his study of literature.

VIDEO: Milne Library Renovations

The $35 million renovation to SUNY Geneseo’s Milne Library is on track to open during the 2024–25 academic year, and a new virtual rendering of the library provides a preview.

A Moderated Talk with Angela Davis

SUNY Geneseo presents a moderated discussion with activist, educator, author, and scholar Angela Davis.

Mary C. Toale Named Provost at SUNY Geneseo

Mary C. Toale, Ed.D., has been selected to serve as SUNY Geneseo’s new provost and vice president for academic affairs. She assumes the role on March 28.

Cheer on Knights from Home—or Attend for Free

You can now livestream Geneseo home games or attend most home games for free.

Students Work to Expand Food Pantry

Three students received a Student Ambassador Award to expand the footprint of SUNY Geneseo's on-campus food pantry.

Five Geneseo Students Win Gilman International Scholarships

In a national competition, five SUNY Geneseo students so far have won 2023–24 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships.

Geneseo Hosts FUSE Conference

SUNY Geneseo hosted the 2023 FUSE Conference highlighting university and college led literary magazines.

Students Gain Research Experience with College’s Special Collections

SUNY Geneseo students can gain first-hand research experience with primary source materials, thanks to the college’s Special Collections.

Soaring Stars

SUNY Geneseo’s Soaring Stars Program permanently installed a Little Library display at the entrance to the Greenway in Cuylerville last summer.

Geneseo BFFs

Bennett Marano ’12 met his Geneseo family on day one. They’ve relied on each other ever since.

Pet Wall Connects New Students to Home

Supervising janitor Ava Pascalar's pet wall helps new students keep their beloved friends close.

Civil War History Come to Life

Geneseo now has a collection of a Union soldier’s letters available for student research.

Geneseo Adds New Graduate Program in History

SUNY Geneseo is introducing a new history master’s degree, available to students beginning in Spring 2024.