SUNY Geneseo is offering nearly a dozen continuing education classes this summer—most of which are provided online. With significant changes in the job market during the COVID-19 pandemic, adult learners have an opportunity to refresh their skills and enhance their knowledge at SUNY Geneseo.
The continuing education course topics range from History Wars, taught by distinguished professor of history Michael Leroy Oberg, and Italian Language and Heritage, taught by Wes Kennison, lecturer in Languages and Literature, to Equity-minded Search Practices, with instructors Chief Diversity Officer robbie routenberg and Affirmative Action Officer Nichole Siwicki, and Data Exploration and Visualization with R (a programming language for statistical computing), with associate professor and chair of psychology Matt Pastizzo.
The non-credit-bearing courses are open to Geneseo alumni and members of the general public. Geneseo’s faculty and teaching staff are experts in their fields, and continuing education classes at the College are an ideal way to sample the college’s offerings.
The courses have varying start dates throughout the summer. For more details on this summer’s offerings, course modes, start dates, and fees, visit the Continuing Education page.