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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.

Geneseo Tempestry Group Embraces Activism Through Crafting

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

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.

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.

Geneseo Is a Tree Campus USA College

SUNY Geneseo is named as a Tree Campus USA College by the Tree Campus Higher Education, an Arbor Day Foundation program that honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation.

American Rock Salt Lecture on People, Erosion, and Chemistry

Amanda Schmidt, Ph.D., will deliver this year’s American Rock Salt Lecture in Geology on Thursday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. in Newton Hall room 214. The lecture will also be live-streamed to those who register in advance.

Professor to Publish Letchworth State Park Atlas

Stephen Tulowiecki, associate professor of Geography and Sustainability Studies at SUNY Geneseo, has spent two years developing a thematic map atlas of Letchworth State Park.

Geneseo Recognized as a 2022 "Green College"

SUNY Geneseo is one of the nation's most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges: 2022 Edition.

Harding Lecture Features Storyteller and Cultural Geographer

Author, storyteller, and cultural geographer Carolyn Finney will deliver SUNY Geneseo’s annual Walter Harding Lecture on Thursday, October 28, at 6:15 p.m. in Doty Recital Hall.

Geneseo Celebrates Sustainability Month

SUNY Geneseo is hosting a series of events in observance of Campus Sustainability Month.

President's Lecture on Sustainability Focuses on the Climate Crisis

Farhana Sultana, an associate professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University, will deliver the President's Sustainability Lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 6, virtually, from 2:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Her topic is, “Understanding the Climate Crisis — Sustainability, Politics, Justice."

Summer Farmers Market Effort Increases Diversity in Sustainability Activities

Geneseo students are learning the full cycle of farming, from planting in the campus eGarden to selling at an urban farmers market.

Geneseo Offers New Sustainability Major

The College is offering students the opportunity to pursue a Sustainability Studies major through the Department of Geography and Sustainability Studies, starting this fall.

Through coursework and interdisciplinary studies across themes of society, development and the environment, students build a knowledge base, high-impact practical experiences, and professional skills that prepare them for graduate studies and careers in sustainability.

Campus Sustainability Awards Given

The President's Commission on Sustainability recently honored members of the campus community for their efforts to advance sustainability at Geneseo.

Video: Importance of Indigenous Communities in Fighting Climate Change

Geneseo recently hosted the Kenneth Roemer Lecture on World Affairs, featuring Manuela L. Picq, a professor of international relations at Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador.

Geneseo Earns U.S. Green Schools Award

SUNY Geneseo recently earned a 2020 Green Schools Award from the U.S. Green Building Council for the sustainability minded design, construction and operations of Red Jacket Dining Complex.

College Senate Seeks SUNY Fossil Fuel Divestment

The College Senate passed a resolution on March 30, urging SUNY to demand that its financial service organization, Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America-College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA), divest from fossil fuels.

Geneseo Joins Global University Coalition for Sustainability

In the college's ongoing commitment to sustainability, Geneseo is now a signatory member of the University Global Compact, a global platform of universities and higher education organizations committed to working together and in partnership with the United Nations in support of the United Nations' Sustainability Goals.

American Rock Salt Lecture Features the Galapagos Islands

This year's American Rock Salt Lecture will feature a presentation by Karen Harpp, a Colgate University professor who researches geology of the Galapagos Islands. 
The lecture, "Short scientific stories from the Galapagos Islands," is April 15 at 6:30 p.m., and offered over Zoom to the Geneseo community and public

Roemer Lecture Focuses on Importance of Indigenous Peoples in Water and Climate Solutions

The annual Kenneth Roemer Lecture on World Affairs at SUNY Geneseo.

Rising Temps at the Bottom of the World

Research in Antarctica by climate scientist Dana Veron '95 has implications for people around the globe.

Research Can Help Pawpaws Gain New Ground

There are only 20 known locations of the pawpaw tree in NYS, virtually all are in WNY. In a recent article, Associate Professor Stephen Tulowiecki studied the conditions that pawpaws favor, and developed a model to predict hidden locations and identify areas that might sustain newly introduced trees.

Sustainability Month Concludes with Conservation Lecture

The campus community has been celebrating Sustainability Month with lectures from local experts, volunteer work days in the on-campus eGarden, and activities to promote knowledge and protection of nature and responsible resource use.

3M Leader to Deliver President's Lecture on Sustainability

Gayle Schueller ’87, vice president and chief sustainability officer at 3M, will deliver the 7th President’s Sustainability Lecture on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020.

Sustainability Leadership Awards Given

The President’s Commission on Sustainability recently recognized faculty, staff, and students for their efforts with Campus Sustainability Leadership Awards.