Siena Heights University Announces the Brain Gain Promise

Siena Heights University is excited to announce the Brain Gain Promise, a tuition-free guarantee for eligible Lenawee County high school graduates.   Siena Heights is committed to reversing “brain drain” in Michigan. This program is meant to encourage more Michiganders to consider earning a college degree, in Michigan, and eventually to work in the state.…
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Siena Heights University’s Dr. Wassmer Gets Research Featured on National Public Radio

Siena Heights University’s Professor of Biology, Dr. Thomas Wassmer, recently had his research on insect population decline and dung beetles featured on nine public radio stations across the Midwest, as well as National Public Radio’s (NPR) “All Things Considered” segment. Dr. Wassmer’s research contributes to the evidence for an alarming decline in insect populations including…
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Siena Heights University to Hold Fall Choir Concert on November 19

The Siena Heights University Department of Music presents a Fall Choir Concert on Sunday, November 19 at 5:00 p.m. The concert will feature The Lamentations of Jeremiah, a three-movement masterwork by Alberto Ginastera. “This musical setting of Lamentations is an extremely challenging, exciting, and moving work written for 8-part acapella choir”, explained Director of University Choirs Dr. Kelly…
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Siena Heights University Adds Women’s Flag Football as 28th Varsity Program

Siena Heights University is proud to announce the addition of women’s flag football, a new varsity program that will begin competition during the 2024-25 school year. Siena Heights President Dr. Douglas Palmer and athletic director Sue Syljebeck helped usher in the new era of women’s flag during a conference on Wednesday, November 1, at the…
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Siena Heights Partners with Lenawee Intermediate School District

Siena Heights University (SHU) and the Lenawee Intermediate School District (LISD) Adult Transition Support Services (ATSS) program have partnered together to open a special education classroom on Siena Heights’ campus. On Thursday, October 5th, SHU and the LISD hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the new partnership. ATSS is a program for post-secondary students (age…
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Siena Heights University Partners with Henry Ford Health to Combat Michigan Healthcare Worker Shortage

Siena Heights University (SHU) is proud to announce a partnership with Henry Ford Health designed to address the critical worker shortage in Michigan’s healthcare sector. Under this collaboration, Henry Ford Health full-time employees can use a $1,000 tuition benefit to enroll in any one of 20 online healthcare certificate programs offered at SHU. Additionally, full-time…
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