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Fast facts about our School of Liberal Arts

Posted By Allison Turcio | April 17, 2015

Did you know that one-third of Fortune 1000 CEOs have Liberal Arts degrees? Whether you're a potential applicant or a soon-to-be Saint, at Siena's School of Liberal Arts—the largest and most diverse of the College's three schools—you'll become the type of well-rounded learner that could go on to become an account manager at Google, a chef/restaurant owner, production coordinator at MTV or the CEO of Dish network (just to name a few of your options). If you think our School of Liberal Arts is where you belong, here are a few random fast facts you might like to know.

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Fast facts about our School of Business

Posted By Ned Jones | March 23, 2015

If you're considering studying business in college, you've probably pored over websites looking for the perfect school. Maybe, at this point, you've even been accepted to Siena and you just need a quick refresher on what we have to offer. To save you time, here's a list of fast facts about our School of Business—and why it's one of the most ideal places in upstate New York to pursue a business degree.

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Why the computer science field needs more women

Posted By Donna Murphy | March 5, 2015

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, we decided to write a post about a growing industry that needs more women in leadership roles—and a fantastic department at Siena that wants more female students, too. Computer Science. Whether or not you’re interested in it (maybe you know nothing about it yet, and that’s okay!), read on. We chatted with MaryAnne Egan, Siena’s Chair and Professor of Computer Science, about the workforce’s need for more women and what we can do to #makeithappen.

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Everything you need to know about entering college as ‘undecided’

Posted By Donna Murphy | January 26, 2015

When it comes to choosing majors, there are two kinds of students. One group knows from the get go exactly what they want to study and do after they graduate. The other isn't completely sure yet—or is in between two or three fields of studyand not ready to declare a specific major. If you fall into that latter group, there’s a good chance you will be entering undecided. And if that’s case, you might be a little (okay, a lot) nervous about it. Good news! This guide is for you.

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Three internships down, one to go...

Posted By Michelle Lansing | December 20, 2014

The college you eventually enroll in should open doors for you. It should prepare you for your career, but also for your life. Wondering if Siena can do that for you? Anyone who works here would be happy to tell you all the ways it can (and we probably have already), but today, take it from a current student who’s in the thick of it all. In this post, our second student profile, meet Megan Brousseau.

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From Siena to NASA (and beyond)

Posted By Michelle Lansing | December 18, 2014

It’s about time you meet a couple current students here on the blog. Why? Because they’re awesome, of course, but also because they have a unique perspective on what Siena College can offer its students. They’re in the heart of it, right now, going through the Siena experience. And if you’re still undecided about where you’d like to spend the next four years, their words could help point you in the right direction.

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English majors are in demand

Posted By Donna Murphy | November 11, 2014

Thinking about majoring in English but aren’t sure “what you’d do with it?” It’s a question we get asked often—by students and their parents—so we can tell that the idea of getting a degree in English makes some people nervous. But we say: Turn that hesitation into a deep breath, and then a sigh of relief. Haven’t you heard? English majors are the hot new hires. Read on.

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Four things to consider when choosing a major

Posted By Ned Jones | October 23, 2014

If you’ve been following our blog since the beginning, you know that Siena College wholeheartedly welcomes undeclared students. But for those of you who would rather enter college with an intended major or area of interest (or, if you’re at that point in college when it’s time to declare one, and you happen to be reading our blog), this post is for you. As you zero in on a concentration, keep these considerations in mind—to both help you decide and help you stress less about your choice.

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Liberal arts is the way to go

Posted By Ned Jones | October 1, 2014

As you continue to research which colleges will best prepare you for a successful career, or as you deliberate majors, you might come across people or articles online who will try to derail you from choosing a path in the liberal arts. The collective advice from my knowledgeable team at Siena College, from employers we know and from graduates themselves is this: don’t listen to them.

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