Sustainability is central to the mission and strategic plan of SUNY Geneseo, and we're proud of the many ways our campus community has effected positive change in the world we all share.
The Geneseo Tempestry group uses crafting to create colorful, tactile visualizations of climate change over time.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
SUNY Geneseo is one of the nation's most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges: 2022 Edition.
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.
SUNY Geneseo is hosting a series of events in observance of Campus Sustainability Month.
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."
Geneseo students are learning the full cycle of farming, from planting in the campus eGarden to selling at an urban farmers market.
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.