What Can We Learn From Our  Siblings and Friends?
Nov27

What Can We Learn From Our Siblings and Friends?

Ganie DeHart talks more about her research and outcomes. Brittany Bearss ’20 shares how being part of a long-term study of relationships has changed her perspective and inspired her future. Do you learn things from your siblings that you carry over into your friendships? It’s one of the big questions that Geneseo students are helping Ganie DeHart, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Psychology, understand about siblings and...

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American Sign Language Gets a Boost
Nov27

American Sign Language Gets a Boost

Students pursuing any major can now take courses and fulfill foreign language requirements. Learn helpful ASL phrases in this video. American Sign Language (ASL) courses at Geneseo can now fulfill the Col-lege’s foreign language requirements for graduation. Students who completed four years of ASL in high school can also fulfill the requirement. Geneseo students and leaders say the opportunity demonstrates the College supports ASL and...

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Video: The Green Quotient
Nov26

Video: The Green Quotient

Hear from students how they helped create the Geneseo Green Quotient, a sustainability course developed by faculty and students and implemented fall...

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Connections Count
Nov26

Connections Count

Embracing the principle of integrative learning, members of the Geneseo community weave disparate strands of knowledge and experience into a strong new fabric. Watch a video about the philosophy curriculum that’s related. In college, you choose a major. In the wider world, you never just have one focus. You might be a software engineer who plays jazz piano, leads a scout troop or calls on knowledge gained in chemistry courses in...

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Two Is Not Always Better Than One
Nov22

Two Is Not Always Better Than One

A difficult choice prompted change that helped define Danni Napoli’s collegiate experience — and set a record. Danni Napoli ’19 came to Geneseo in the fall of 2015 with the notion of being an elite student-athlete while obtaining one of the best educations in the country. Earning a degree in mathematics from a renowned institution was a priority, but so was playing the two sports she fell in love with at a young age. Napoli was...

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Siblings and Friends: The Research of Ganie DeHart
Nov20

Siblings and Friends: The Research of Ganie DeHart

Distinguished Teaching Professor of Psychology Ganie DeHart has been studying sibling and friend relationships for almost three decades. Nearly 400 students have helped her work on various sibling projects through the years. This fall, some 60 students are conducting research on 11 different projects, six related to the long-term study, four cultural studies and one project on positive social behavior. (Read a story about the research...

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Three Days in Nature Prep Students for Four Years at Geneseo
Jun24

Three Days in Nature Prep Students for Four Years at Geneseo

Christina Morrow ’20 shares how the award-winning, First-Year Experience Program helped her acclimate to the rigors and embrace the opportunities of college life. Before Christina Morrow ’20 started classes at Geneseo, she spent three days in Letchworth State Park with other students also new to college life. They learned about local indigenous history and the park’s flora, fauna and biodiversity. They camped, hiked, rafted in...

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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: 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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Unravelling the Mysteries of Mars
Jun19

Unravelling the Mysteries of Mars

Little is still known about the Red Planet, but faculty, students and alumni are conquering the great space unknown. We Earthlings have long been captivated by what occupies the unfathomable vastness of our universe, now with a diameter we can see of about 93 billion light years. In our own solar system of eight major planets, the mysteries of Mars are particularly fascinating, mainly because it is among our closest planetary...

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