SUNY Geneseo President Denise A. Battles is pleased to announce that Ellen Leverich ’90 has been named vice president for college advancement and executive director of the Geneseo Foundation.
The 17th century proverb "My son is my son till he gets him a wife, but my daughter's my daughter all the days of her life," still rings true according to a recent study by SUNY Geneseo professor of communication Meredith Harrigan and her coauthor, assistant professor of business communication Allison Alford, of Baylor University.
Michael Suchyna ’21, a business administration major from Williamsville, NY, has won a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to spend Spring 2020 studying at the KEDGE Business School in Marseilles, France. The State Department award assists U.S. undergraduates of limited financial means to pursue academic studies or internships abroad to prepare them for an increasingly global economy and interdependent world.
Holiday-season donation drives are underway across campus, with the hosting departments and programs collecting food, gifts, and other goods for families and individuals who are in need in our region.
SUNY Geneseo has received a SUNY's PRODiG initiative grant to help support four newly hired faculty members at Geneseo. The initiative was launched in March by Gov. Cuomo to increase the representation of historically underrepresented faculty and women faculty of all races in STEM fields throughout SUNY.
The State University of New York Board of Trustees has appointed Harry Howe, a professor of accounting in SUNY Geneseo's School of Business, to a distinguished teaching professorship. The distinguished rank recognizes and honors the superior mastery of teaching, outstanding service to students and commitment to their ongoing intellectual growth.
The Department of Anthropology at SUNY Geneseo is introducing a new major for undergraduate students interested in the social determinants of disease and health. The sociomedical sciences major examines the correlation between trends in health and its social causes, including social inequality and structural inequities.
SUNY Geneseo was honored recently by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge for achieving a student voting rate between 30 and 39 percent in the 2018 midterm elections. The Challenge recognizes colleges and universities committed to increasing college student voting rates.
SUNY Geneseo’s Department of Theatre and Dance Studies presents the Geneseo Dance Ensemble in Dancing to Defy Limits. The program will be presented in the Alice Austin Theatre, William A. Brodie Hall, on the Geneseo campus on November 21–23 at 7:30 p.m. and November 24 at 2 p.m. The performances are open to the public and free parking is available. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the Student Association Ticket Office or online at bbo.geneseo.edu.
SUNY Geneseo has launched Geneseo Points of Support (GPS), a program that helps students address critical problems by providing them with guides who assist with navigating unfamiliar institutional processes. Spurred by the college’s committed retention efforts, the program is especially geared toward students who lack experience or support in understanding how colleges and college offices work.
Assistant Professor Jason Ozubko runs the Human Cognition and Memory Lab at SUNY Geneseo. Ozubko, a faculty member in the Department of Psychology, was recently awarded a grant from the National Institute on Neurological Disorders and Stroke, a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to study spatial memory using Google Street View. The project, which is aided by undergraduate researchers, is in its second year.
SUNY Geneseo student Karilyn Nieves ’20 was one of 42 students in SUNY’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) to receive the inaugural Norman R. McConney Jr. Award for Student Excellence. The award recognizes outstanding EOP students for their academic achievements.