News You Need to Know
Dec13

News You Need to Know

A Q & A with TIME magazine’s senior breaking news editor. Student survivors and activists from the Parkland school shooting. A group of the growing number of women who are running for public office. President Donald Trump. Serena Williams. All of these people have earned the cover of TIME magazine in 2018, one of the most respected news outlets in the United States. A June 2018 cover image consisted of 1,000 drones, which lit up...

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The Green(er) Business of  Production and Consumption
Dec13

The Green(er) Business of Production and Consumption

How science is helping company leaders and customers be better earth stewards. As vice president and chief sustainability officer at 3M, Gayle Schueller ’87 leads the company to address customer needs in a way that advances environmental stewardship, social responsibility and economic success. Schueller aims to improve products, customer experiences, manufacturing and operations — and be a good steward to the earth and its people. “I...

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Worthy Reads
Dec13

Worthy Reads

Judge a book by its cover? Yup, you can. Shortly after graduation, psychology majors Sunday Steinkirchner ’03 and Joshua Mann ’03 found an old copy of “Alice in Wonderland” at a street sale for $1. “We thought, ‘We don’t know what this is worth, but it’s more than this,’” Steinkirchner remembered. Living in New York City, they were looking for a way to earn extra money. That copy wasn’t valuable, but their investigation resulted in a...

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Make the Most of a Run
Dec13

Make the Most of a Run

A triathlete shares how to choose a best route, whether you’re jogging from home or traveling. Twice a week, Graham Bailey ’88 hits the road at 5 a.m. to run six to eight miles around his neighborhood in Riverside, Conn. By 7:45 a.m., he’s at his desk at Citigroup Global Markets in Manhattan. On the weekends, he’ll log 10 to 13 miles on a route that parallels the coast of Long Island Sound. With a goal of hitting a pace of eight to...

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Video: An Amazing Journey
Dec12

Video: An Amazing Journey

Teacher Cara Nelson ’09 accomplished something that may seem impossible. She completed seven marathons on seven continents — in seven days. Hear about her amazing journey, how she brought her students with her, and how she was inspired by a Geneseo...

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Endowment Supports Faculty Excellence  and Innovation
Dec12

Endowment Supports Faculty Excellence and Innovation

Faculty helped Jack and Carol Patterson Kramer, Class of 1976, realize their potential. Now they are helping professors provide that same inspiration to other students.  Geneseo has long inspired Jack ’76 and Carol Patterson ’76 Kramer — a place where they also first met. As students, their professors guided, supported and motivated them to explore their interests, discover new ones and build the confidence that shapes their lives...

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