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SUNY Geneseo Adds Cooperative Admission Program with FLCC

A new cooperative admission program between SUNY Geneseo and Finger Lakes Community College allows FLCC students to transfer to Geneseo without an additional application.

SUNY Geneseo Class of 2022 Celebrates Commencement

Let's take a look back at last month's Undergraduate Commencement for the SUNY Geneseo Class of 2022.

Ewanow Named Chief of SUNY Geneseo’s University Police Department

Scott Ewanow ’06 has been appointed chief of the University Police Department (UPD) at SUNY Geneseo.

SUNY Geneseo Alumni Reunion 2022 Draws Record Attendance

SUNY Geneseo hosted its largest alumni reunion weekend earlier this month. The College welcomed 1,800 alums and friends back to campus for two days of events.

Dani Drews Appointed as SUNY Geneseo Director of Athletics

SUNY Geneseo has named Dani Drews as its next director of intercollegiate athletics and recreation. She will begin in this role on July 7.

SUNY Geneseo Donors Recognized for Exceptional Philanthropy

The Geneseo Foundation and SUNY Geneseo recognized three donors for their exceptional generosity and support of the College at Donors of Distinction ceremonies in April.

Geneseo Celebrates the Class of 2022

On Saturday, May 22, SUNY Geneseo held its 156th commencement with students and families attending in person for the first time in three years.

Two Win Awards to Study in Japan

Michael Kleinlercher ’22 and Jarrett Marrapese ’23 will spend the 2022–23 academic year in Japan after winning nationally competitive awards.

Geneseo Receives SUNY Shared Governance Award

The State University of New York (SUNY) Faculty Senate presented SUNY Geneseo with its Shared Governance Award for academic year 2021–22.

Three to Study in Ghana on Gilman Scholarships

Three Geneseo students will study abroad this summer in Ghana after winning Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships during the 2022–23 national competition.

SUNY’s Literary Journal Offers Publishing Experience to Geneseo Students

Each semester, SUNY Geneseo produces Gandy Dancer, a student-run literary journal filled with fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art from students across the 64-campus SUNY system.

Geneseo Tempestry Group Embraces Activism Through Crafting

The Geneseo Tempestry group uses crafting to create colorful, tactile visualizations of climate change over time.

Geneseo Launches New Undergraduate Curriculum

This fall, SUNY Geneseo will introduce Geneseo Education for a Connected World, an undergraduate curriculum designed to prepare all students for success in the 21st century.

Geneseo Alum Wins Second US Student Fulbright Award

Isabel Owen ’19 has won a 2022–23 US Student Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award to Brazil.

2022 Student Ambassadors Named

Planting a food forest on campus, exploring issues of hunger and vaccination, and designing a literature-based curriculum for public schools that represents students of color are among several inquiries the 2022 Geneseo Student Ambassadors will make.

Three Geneseo Students Receive Chancellor's Awards for Student Excellence

Three SUNY Geneseo students have received the 2022 Chancellor's Awards for Student Excellence: Catherine Grossman '22, Morgan Michalski '22, and Luis Yanez Zamora '22.

Staff Members Recognized with New AIM Award

​​​​​​​Three staff members were recently recognized with the inaugural Advancing Our Institutional Mission (AIM) awards for their dedication to the college’s mission and for exemplifying the SUNY Geneseo spirit.

Geneseo Is Named a Best Value College

The Princeton Review has again named SUNY Geneseo as a Best Value College, based on a combination of institutional and student survey data, including academic rigor, affordability, and career outcomes for graduates, among others.

Education Major Earns Student Fulbright Award to Germany

Sarah Fadlaoui ’22, from Ellicott City, MD, has won a 2022–23 US Student Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award to Germany.

Study Looks at Impact of Native American Land Use on Forests

In a new article published in the Journal of Biogeography, geographer Associate Professor Stephen Tulowiecki and four undergraduate researchers examined the influence of Native American land use on the composition of historic forests in the Northeastern United States.

Study Abroad Programs Return

​​​​​​​Over 100 students are expected to travel abroad on SUNY Geneseo Study Abroad programs in summer 2022. 

English Alum Wins Fulbright Research Award

Kallie Swyer ’17, from Guilderland, NY, has won a 2022–23 US Student Fulbright Study/Research Award in creative writing for Lithuania.

First-Generation Student Syndou Cisse ’22 is Honored with SUNY Award

Syndou Cisse ’22 is one of 45 students in SUNY’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) to receive the 2022 Norman R. McConney Jr. Award for Student Excellence. The award recognizes outstanding EOP students for their academic achievements and overcoming personal obstacles throughout their lives

Alum Receives Fellowship for German Study

Harry Harkins ’21 has received the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) Fellowship for 2022–23.

SUNY Geneseo Honored for Support of Transfer Students

SUNY Geneseo was recently named to Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society’s Transfer Honor Roll in recognition of the dynamic pathways the College has created to support transfer students.