Yesterday’s High Tech
Jun21

Yesterday’s High Tech

All those gadgets? They are all now replaced with a laptop or smartphone. In 1997, the Kodak DC120 was one of the first consumer digital cameras sold. Dennis Showers, interim director of the Ella Cline School of Education, remembers when they first got them for teaching. It was 1.2 megapixels and cutting-edge tech.  Today, Showers presses a button on his phone to take a snapshot.  Such drastic changes in technology are why education...

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A Matchmaker on Campus
Jun21

A Matchmaker on Campus

An online hub connects students with businesses and organizations seeking experts, interns and volunteers. Each year, more than 4,700 Geneseo students volunteer, from assisting patients at a local hospice to helping residents rebuild their homes in areas hit by natural disaster. Up to 45 percent of Geneseo students complete internships, student teach or are teaching assistants. The College’s new online service, Engage Geneseo,...

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Video: Bringing Back Knitting and Crocheting
Jun21

Video: Bringing Back Knitting and Crocheting

The student club Stitches is rekindling the art of knitting and crocheting on...

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Photo Gallery: Commencement 2019
Jun21

Photo Gallery: Commencement 2019

Take a look at the commencement experience for the Class of 2019. Click on the photo to see the entire gallery and...

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Video: Commencement 2019
Jun21

Video: Commencement 2019

Celebrate the 2019 Commencement with the newest members our Geneseo...

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Keeping an Eye on the Future
Jun21

Keeping an Eye on the Future

Geneseo minds are solving today’s problems to create tomorrow’s opportunities. Familiar sayings are often variations of someone’s original words. On May 25, 1946, the New York Times reported that Albert Einstein sent a telegram to several hundred prominent Americans under the headline, “Scientist in plea for $200,000 to promote new type of essential thinking.” At the dawn of the atomic age, Einstein understood the inherent...

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