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Advice from Kate (Strang) Gutmann '90 for prospective students

Posted By Michelle Lansing | May 29, 2015

Whenever our alumni come to town to talk about their roads to success, Siena students are all ears—eager to hear how they made it to the top. One of our recent special visits was no exception, especially because this specific alum happens to be an upstate NY native and is currently a leader at a major company; one that she actually started interning for during her Siena days! Meet Kate Gutmann '90.

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Advice for high school seniors from our Class of 2018

Posted By Michelle Lansing | April 27, 2015

You're gearing up for your next big life change—college! And while we're sure you're really excited about it, you might be looking for some advice on what lies ahead from the people who were in your shoes not too long ago. Here's what current freshmen from the Class of 2018 think you should know.

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Q&A with a Siena alum (and J.Crew COO!): Jim Scully ’87

Posted By Michelle Lansing | January 30, 2015

One of the many great features of this blog is our Q&A sessions with impressive Siena alumni. We know how important it is for students to know where our graduates end up—and we love to catch up with them! This month we chatted with Jim Scully ’87, an English-major-turned-COO (of J.Crew, might we add!). Want to know how his education from Siena helped him get there? Read on.

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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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Q&A with a Siena alum: Toby Sorge ’06

Posted By Michelle Lansing | December 14, 2014

Like we said last month, we’re continually impressed with where our graduates end up and the accomplishments they’re achieving. And because it’s important for you to know where Siena alumni go, we’ll keep writing about them here. This month, we chatted with Toby Sorge ’06, who was recently selected as a Master Teacher through the Master Teaching Project.

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Q&A with a Siena alum: Stephen Gilbert '85

Posted By Michelle Lansing | November 7, 2014

We absolutely love when Siena alumni return to campus—whether it’s to speak to students or to simply say hello. In addition to reminiscing and updating them with what’s new about their alma mater, we get to hear firsthand where their education is taking them in life. And if we have to be honest (which we always are!), we’re never disappointed. In fact, we’re constantly beyond impressed. Such was the case with Stephen Gilbert ’85, who recently stopped by to chat with students about his journey from math major to world traveler as senior vice president of architecture at Burberry. Since prospective students weren’t present, we thought we’d sit down with him and ask a few questions you might want to know. Take a look…

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