Among the thousands of charities researching cures and rebuilding disaster areas, fighting homelessness and feeding the hungry, there is a nonprofit with close ties to Siena College.
By Jodi Ackerman Frank From company founder to CEO to overseeing the programming of the most popular radio station in town, Siena alumni are deepening their imprint in the radio broadcasting business. The following three alumni have ventured in other career paths and professional interests, but the radio industry has remained a mainstay in their [...]
By Lexi Palma ’13 and Ken Jubie As Executive Director of the David ’73 and Christine Spicer ’75 Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Michael Hickey ’83 is helping to pave the way for Siena College students who are interested in launching their own businesses. “What better way to learn, what better way to get [...]
From the Shark Tank in San Jose to the sidelines of the New York Giants, in fields spanning medicine, accounting, marketing and management, Siena alumni have made their mark in the sports industry.
By Mark Adam Every morning, Eric Guzman ’12 gets a knock on his office window at Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless (IPH) on Sheridan Avenue in downtown Albany. A fourth-grader named Quayshawn is standing there and they talk briefly through the window. “I hustle to work every day because I don’t want to miss him,” [...]
The following is a list of scholarships endowed from December 12, 2011 – November 15, 2012 through the generosity of alumni and friends of Siena College. A minimum gift of $30,000 is required to name a scholarship at Siena. The Thomas L. ’89 and Christine E. Amell Scholarship Thomas L. ’89 and Christine E. Amell [...]
Kelly Pangburn Morrissey ’03, Swimming and Diving Morrissey becomes the first Siena swimmer to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. She is the most accomplished distance free swimmer in program history, still holding Siena records in the 1,000 (10:31.35) and 1,650 freestyle events (17:21.43). Bryan Bigley ’07, Men’s Golf Bigley was a two-time Siena [...]
Edward Howe, Ph.D., professor emeritus of economics, and Gary Thompson, director of the Standish Library, have digitized copies of Siena College student newspapers dating from 1938 to 1981. This project allows the Siena community and friends easy access to a chronicle of the College’s past. The title of the student newspaper evolved from “The Chevalier” [...]
The St. Francis Society recognizes alumni and friends who have provided for Siena by making a planned gift during their lifetime; by making Siena a beneficiary of their estate; or by naming Siena as a full or partial beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy. There are 244 members in the Society. Based [...]
New Annual Fund Director Sarah Taylor has been at Siena for only a few months, but she is already connecting with the College community and tradition. After spending years living in Scotland working at the University of Edinburgh, Taylor is happy to be back home in the Capital Region and she is ready to help [...]