Two Rochester-area colleges have made new administrative appointments, with two hires migrating from one school to another. State University College at Geneseo has hired a new vice president for college advancement and executive director of the Geneseo Foundation. Ellen Leverich, ...Read More »
On July 1, three women will create history in the Rochester area as each one officially becomes the first woman to preside over her respective college or university.
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An alumna of SUNY Geneseo is returning to the college to become vice president for finance and administration. Julie L. Buehler, who graduated from Geneseo in 1989 and later earned an MBA from the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School, will begin her new job at Geneseo July 25.Read More »
K. Johnson Bowles has suddenly left her position as chief of advancement and the director of the Geneseo Foundation at the State University College at Geneseo. College President Denise Battles announced the departure Friday morning in a campus community email, ...Read More »
More than a week after many faculty members at the State College of New York at Geneseo and some students learned that the dean of business had been removed during winter break, the president has announced the change in leadership. ...Read More »
According to faculty and alumni sources, the dean of the business school at the State University College at Geneseo has been removed from her administrative position by college President Denise A. Battles. Neither Denise Rotondo, who has been dean at the business school since 2014, nor Battles, who came to Geneseo in 2015, were immediately available for comment. Apparently Rotondo is continuing on as a member of the faculty, but the specifics of that position were unavailable. A college spokesman said the administration plans to announce the change soon to the business school’s faculty and staff.Read More »