Crossing Paths in Time and Place

Mixed-Methods Research

In the halls of the academe, there are rules, very strict rules, in which communities of academic peers, within particular disciplines, enforce and regulate themselves in order to determine which scholarship meets the highest standards and if it will be published and shared.

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The Limits of Litmus Tests

A conversation with Nadia Marano, George F. Baker Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry

Most people already know what a litmus test is. They have likely used litmus paper in elementary school science class as an acid-base indicator, where the colors of the litmus paper correlate along a simple pH scale from acidic (0) to neutral (7) to basic or alkaline (14). 

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Meet Terry Hewitt, Saints Groundkeeper

One of the first people Elisa Van Kirk met when she was hired as the head softball coach at St. Lawrence was Head Groundskeeper Terry Hewitt. “He literally asked me, ‘How do you want the dirt?’” recalls Van Kirk. “I think I said, ‘On the field?’” What Hewitt really wanted to know was whether Van Kirk wanted the dirt on the infield to be soft, to slow down ground balls, or hard, to keep them moving.

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Archaeology and Inclusion

Archaeology and Inclusion

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Campus Kitchens Combats Food Insecurity

Campus Kitchens Combats Food Insecurity

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Making Tech Accessible to Seniors

Making Tech Accessible to Seniors

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