FYI continued...)
Three Department of Performance
and Communication Arts faculty mem-
bers worked, studied and presented
in July:
Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead,
associate professor and co-chair, trav-
eled to Queensland, Australia, for the
international premiere of her play,
Have You Filled a Bucket Today?
Charles Pepiton, visiting assistant
professor, was one of about 15
theater artists from around the world
selected to participate in a physi-
cal theater residency at the historic
Grotowski Institute in Brzezinka,
Matt Saltzberg, visiting assistant
professor, attended the La MaMa
International Symposium for Direc-
tors in Umbria, Italy, where he led a
workshop on expressive
admissions pub-
lication has won an
international award
from the Council
for the Advancement and Support of
Education (CASE). The “Travel Piece,”
which is mailed to prospective students
and used at college fairs, received the
Bronze Award in the “In-House Print
Publications” category in CASE’s 2013
Circle of Excellence awards. In Decem-
ber, the “Viewbook,” the University’s
showcase admissions publication, won
a CASE regional award. Both publica-
tions were produced by the University
Communications staff.
Pena l t y Box
The last name of the youngster pictured on
page 18 in the summer issue is Johnson, not
Johnston. He is the son of Katrina Johnson,
who works in internship development at
St. Lawrence.
St. Lawrence
regrets the error.
NPR Chief Visits NCPR
We’re looking over the shoulder of Martha Foley ’74, news director at North
Country Public Radio (NCPR,
), as the president and CEO of National
Public Radio (NPR), Gary E. Knell, center, takes part in a live call-in show at the NCPR
studio on the St. Lawrence campus in July. Station manager and recent NPR board
member Ellen Rocco, left, also participated. St. Lawrence is the license-holder for
the station, also known as WSLU. Knell also met with NCPR Executive Council mem-
bers and attended NCPR's annual public meeting and a reception hosted by St.
Lawrence President William L. Fox '75, where he met the station’s summer interns,
including Josh Cameron ’15 and Conant Neville ’14.
Ellen and the team at NCPR are notable standouts," said Knell, who announced af-
ter his visit that he was leaving NPR in November. "The station often punches above
its weight. St. Lawrence has let NCPR blossom into an important megaphone for
important issues affecting the local community.”
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