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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.

Geneseo Welcomes a New Academic Year

New and returning students and faculty gathered at two campus convocations to mark the beginning of Fall 2023.

SUNY Geneseo Names New Dean for School of Business

SUNY Geneseo has appointed Lerong He, PhD, as the next dean of the School of Business, effective July 6.

Congratulations to the Class of 2023

On Saturday, May 20, SUNY Geneseo held its 157th Commencement, conferring nearly a thousand degrees before a capacity audience of family, friends, faculty, and staff.

Geneseo Adds Marketing Major

Geneseo's School of Business is introducing a new marketing major for undergraduate students beginning in Fall 2023.

Adabra Elected to Council on Undergraduate Research

Kodjo Adabra, associate professor of Francophone studies in Global Languages and Cultures, has been elected to a three-year term as a councilor in the Arts and Humanities Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).

Geneseo Launches New Study Abroad Course in Africa

SUNY Geneseo is launching a new study abroad program this summer in Equatorial Guinea. It is one of several programs led by Geneseo faculty.

60 Minutes Until Showtime

Student actors and theatre crew share what happens behind the curtain and what they bring to their performances.

SUNY Geneseo Wins FDIC Academic Challenge

A four-member team of students from Geneseo’s School of Business has won the Third Annual FDIC Academic Challenge.

Sociology Major Earns SUNY Award

Michelly Meza-Benitez ’23 is one of 46 students in SUNY’s Educational Opportunity Program to receive the 2023 Norman R. McConney Jr. Award for Student Excellence.

Investigating the Spider That Masquerades as an Ant

A  biology professor and student researchers are discovering more about a species not documented in the United States until 2001.

Using Fiction to Illuminate the Truth

Geneseo’s director of creative writing Kristen Gentry on writing — and revising — what you know.

The Importance of Communication In Our Lives — And For Our Well-Being

Professor of Communication Meredith Harrigan studies people’s experiences with their families and social circles to gain insight into human behavior and how communication matters.

Video: Meet Nic Elia ’23

Learn about the Geneseo experience of biochemistry major Nic Elia ’23 in this video story.

Geneseo Dance Ensemble Presents 110th Concert in March

The Geneseo Dance Ensemble presents in “Dancing on Instinct,” featuring works by student choreographers with 32 performers.

Geology Professor Earns Distinguished Professor Award

Department of Geological Sciences faculty member D. Jeffrey Over has been awarded the rank of Distinguished Professor by the SUNY Board of Trustees.

Music Adds Minor and Specialty Tracks of Study

The Department of Music & Musical Theatre at SUNY Geneseo recently added a new minor option for students, as well as a specialty track, or concentration area, of study.

Geneseo Scholars Join NEH-Funded Effort to Revise History Curriculum

Professor Justin Behrend and Associate Professor Kathleen Mapes of SUNY Geneseo’s Department of History joined thirteen historians from ten SUNY campuses as part of a federally funded effort to reimagine the US history curriculum at Geneseo and across the SUNY system.

Geneseo Launches a New Academic Year

Two convocations welcomed new and returning students and faculty to campus for the beginning of Fall 2022.

Video: Ecoacoustics Summer Research

Geneseo biology student Micah Hosely '24 and Kristina Hannam, associate professor of biology, conducted research this summer to collect data on the ecoacoustics of local freshwater ponds. Ecoacoustics refers to the study of the relationship between natural sounds, human-made sounds, and the environment.

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.

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.

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.