Video: Letchworth Park First-Year Program
Jun21

Video: Letchworth Park First-Year Program

New students who participate in Geneseo’s award-winning First-Year Experiences programs including in Letchworth State Park get a taste of college academics and life, immersed in...

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Pema Sherpa ’19: Geneseo’s Ambassador Provided Eye Care to Children in Nepal
Jun20

Pema Sherpa ’19: Geneseo’s Ambassador Provided Eye Care to Children in Nepal

As the Eddie Lee ’76 First Generation Ambassador, Pema Sherpa ’19 spent the fall semester in her native Nepal, shadowing pediatric doctors to learn about medicine and the challenges of providing health care in underserved areas. She was inspired to help while there. She collaborated with the doctors to provide no-cost eye exams to more than 700 children and prescription eyeglasses to 80 students who needed...

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Video: Spreading the LEGO Mission of Play
Mar15

Video: Spreading the LEGO Mission of Play

Amanda Santoro Madore ’05 spreads the mission of the world-famous toymaker in her career, which revolves around innovation, creativity and...

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Video: Making History in Women’s Sports
Mar13

Video: Making History in Women’s Sports

Jami Cohen ’15 is living her dream in the Women’s National Hockey League as as the Buffalo Beauts’ operations coordinator and social media editor. She is one of several alumni highlighted who have made successful and innovative careers in play, entertainment and...

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Video: Augmented reality sand box
Mar13

Video: Augmented reality sand box

Research suggests people learn better when it is more like play. Professor of Geological Sciences Scott Giorgis demonstrates how the augmented reality sand box teaches students how to read a topographical map in an immersive, interesting...

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Video: Fighting African sleeping sickness
Mar13

Video: Fighting African sleeping sickness

Kevin Militello, professor of biology, and Geneseo students are researching the chemical modifications of parasite RNA in hopes of finding new treatments for African sleeping sickness. Their work may also advance our knowledge of genetics. His current research is supported by a $460,000 grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious...

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Video: Teddy Bear toss
Mar13

Video: Teddy Bear toss

Our “Looking In” photo spread for Spring 2019 featured the 8th annual Teddy Bear Toss hosted by the Ice Knights. Geneseo fans donated 655 stuffed toys that found new homes with children in need in Livingston County. Watch the moments after the Knights scored their first goal and the stuffed animals went...

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Video: Emily Borghard ’11 Pays it Forward
Aug15

Video: Emily Borghard ’11 Pays it Forward

Emily Borghard ’11 was one of the first people to receive a brain stimulator implant that helps control her epileptic seizures. For Borghard, the cutting edge procedure has opened up a new world. Learn about her life and how she has dedicated it to paying it forward, in her career and her Pay it Forward NYC...

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Video: Pet Store Fish May Inform Human Vision
Aug15

Video: Pet Store Fish May Inform Human Vision

At Geneseo, Assistant Professor of Biology Travis Bailey and student researchers are examining how zebra fish regenerate retinal cells. What they learn may help conquer sight loss in...

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Video:  John Lombardo ’74 of 10,000 Maniacs performs
Aug15

Video: John Lombardo ’74 of 10,000 Maniacs performs

John Lombardo ’74 taught himself how to play the bass guitar while he was a student at Geneseo. He went on to co-found the iconic alternative band the 10,000 Maniacs and is still making music with them and with another project, John & Mary and the Valkyries. Join him onstage in Buffalo, N.Y., where he was called up by friends to play and sing a...

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