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Corruption – A Serious Problem – Has Not Gotten Worse Over Last Few Years, Voters Say

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Corruption – A Serious Problem – Has Not Gotten Worse Over Last Few Years, Voters Say; Not As Important as Jobs or Education as Priority Issue for Legislature to Address
Voters Strongly Support Continuing Property Tax Cap (Maybe with Changes); Support Start-Up NY; Continue to Support SAFE Act; Voters Divided on Education Tax Credit and Dream Act
Cuomo Favorability & Job Performance Ratings Worst As Governor

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Students’ Research Featured in Huffington Post

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Gregory Morrison ‘15 and Samuel Necrason ’16 along with Aaron Pacitti, Ph.D , assistant professor of economics, authored an article titled, “Why Aren’t We Living to 120” that was recently published on the Huffington Post website.

Brazilian Students Enjoy Siena Experience

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Last fall seven students from Brazil came to Loudonville as part of the highly selective Brazil Scientific Mobility Program. The program offers students with an interest in science an all expenses paid opportunity to study abroad for a year before returning home to finish their degree.

Dr. Margaret Madden Named Vice President for Academic Affairs

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Siena College has announced the appointment of Dr. Margaret E. Madden as Vice President for Academic Affairs. With a distinguished career in higher education that spans more than three decades as a faculty member and administrator at private and public colleges and universities, Dr. Madden succeeds Dr. Linda Richardson, who will retire in August after 12 years as Siena’s top academic administrator.

Class of 2015: ‘Go forth and serve’

Monday, May 11, 2015

“I firmly believe that we are going to excel at whatever we set out to do,” Meaghan Flatley assured fellow graduates of the Class of 2015 as she delivered the Senior Commencement Address. “More importantly, we’ll hold the door.”