SUNY Geneseo Track And Field Continues Breaking Records

GENESEO – The SUNY Geneseo Track and Field team had a busy weekend. The team sent crews to SUNY Cortland, and Princeton, to compete. Each meet turned in outstanding performances. "Princeton went very well" said Assistant Coach Dan Moore. "Cortland went extremely well and the athletes continued to make remarkable progress. The team is rounding into form just when they need to as the conference championship is in two … [Read more...]

SUNY Geneseo Opens Outdoor Track and Field Season April 1

GENESEO – The SUNY Geneseo Track and Field team will be hosting a track meet this Saturday, April 1. The home meet will serve as the Outdoor season opener for the Knights, as they look to get some early qualifying times. The meet will take place at the College's outdoor track, with field events starting at 10 a.m. Track action kicks off at 11 a.m., with the combined men's and women's 10,000 meter run. "Opening this outdoor season, we are … [Read more...]

SUNY Geneseo Indoor Track And Field Wraps Up Nationals With Titles

Naperville, IL - The SUNY Geneseo Indoor Track and Field team continued day 2 of the D3 National Meet at North Central College with more hardware. Coming away from day 1 with an impressive haul, the athletes were not complacent. Senior Alexa Wandy came back after winning the Women's Long Jump yesterday, only to claim the Triple Jump National title as well. Wandy won the event with a jump of 12.64 meters Issac Garcia-Cassani added to the … [Read more...]

SUNY Geneseo to Use $475K to Build Honors Transfer Path with Brockport and MCC

GENESEO – SUNY Geneseo is receiving funding from the newly-established SUNY Investment and Performance Fund to build its existing honors program and strengthen program ties with SUNY Brockport and Monroe Community College (MCC). The college will receive $200,000 for supplies, equipment, and training associated with the creation of a Critical Language Consortium which gives students access to Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Russian at SUNY … [Read more...]

SUNY Geneseo and Greek Life to Talk Alcohol Risk

GENESEO – SUNY Geneseo will soon adopt a progressive alcohol risk management program that specifically facilitates open discussion and collaboration between Greek life and the college. Alcohol and Other Drug Program Coordinator Sarah Covell was instrumental in bringing Training on Greeks and Alcohol, or TOGA, to Geneseo. She says the program works with Greek leaders rather than to preserve "the ill-conceived 'just say no' campaigns of the … [Read more...]

GCC Opens its Doors for Two Open Houses this Fall

NYLON – Genesee Community College will offer two open house events this fall at the Main Campus in Batavia, allowing prospective students and their families to explore the many opportunities the College has to offer. According to a press release from GCC, the first event is scheduled on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The admissions, financial aid and advisement staff will be available to answer questions, and enjoy complete tours of … [Read more...]

Thomas Kilcullen Officially Takes the Reins as SUNY Geneseo Police Chief

GENESEO – University Police (UPD) at SUNY Geneseo now have a new Chief, according to a Thursday press release from the College. Just over one year since he began serving as interim Chief in January of 2014, Thomas Kilcullen is officially taking the reins as Chief of the SUNY Geneseo UPD. Kilcullen came to Geneseo as interim police chief in January 2014 after serving in the University at Albany Police Department, where he rose to the … [Read more...]

Dean at Bucknell Enters Race for SUNY Geneseo President

GENESEO — The third of five SUNY Geneseo Presidential Candidates steered three open forums this week with thoughtful, eloquent ideas for key issues facing the college and offered a solid vision for the future. Dr. George Shields, Dean of Arts & Sciences at the prestigious Bucknell University, has led major initiatives there to ensure fairer teaching loads and compensation for the faculty, and developed programs to increase the diversity of … [Read more...]

First Presidential Candidate Visits SUNY Geneseo

GENESEO — At last Friday’s faculty forum, the first of the new candidates for President of the college met with department chairs, deans, union leaders, and a diverse group of students and staff members, to field questions regarding the future SUNY Geneseo and the importance of the liberal arts. Dr. Beth Rushing, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, was the first presidential candidate to … [Read more...]

SUNY Geneseo Ice Hockey: Potsdam Spoils Home Opener

GENESEO – The SUNY Geneseo Ice Knights suffered a disheartening 2-1 loss in their home opener against the Potsdam Bears Friday evening in front of a fired up crowd. The Bears struck first, halfway through the 1st period, when junior forward Matt Thompson slotted one past the goalie off an assist by sophomore forward Logan Brown to give the Bears a 1-0 lead. "There wasn't one facet of the game that we excelled in," said Head Coach … [Read more...]