Sharon Vegh Williams, visiting assistant professor of education, is the lead co-author of a new textbook, titled "Native Cultural Competency in Mainstream Schooling."
Catherine Tedford, director of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery will deliver a talk on street art stickers on Feb. 17 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal.
Eloise Brezault, assistant professor of Francophone and African studies, co-organized and presented a panel at the Modern Language Association Convention.
John Collins, professor of global studies, will deliver a public lecture at the University of Minnesota as part of its Alumni Lecture Series.
Alan Draper, Michael W. Ranger '80 & Virginia R. Ranger P'17 Professor of Government, recently wrote a book review for the Journal of Southern History.
Three St. Lawrence University faculty presented their research at the Joint Mathematics Meetings held from Jan. 9 to 13 in San Diego.
Charlie Bour '05 received the 2017 St. Lawrence University Spanish Teacher Fellowship.
Ronnie Olesker, associate professor of government, has written a second article on the securitisation processes for "Middle East Journal."
Robert Thacker, Charles A. Dana Professor of Canadian Studies and English, will deliver a talk on Feb. 26 in New York City on Willa Cather’s books and letters.
Ronnie Olesker, associate professor of government, wrote an article on the securitisation processes, which was published in "Critical Studies on Security" (Routledge).
Two recent alumni who were enrolled in Spanish 445 published book reviews for the academic journal "Cadernos de Tradução."
Samantha Glazier, associate professor of chemistry, published a chapter in a book published by the American Chemical Society on her work teaching chemistry courses in area prisons with St. Lawrence University students.
Students and faculty in the Department of Math, Computer Science, and Statistics worked together on publications and conference travel.
Jessica Sierk, assistant professor of education, presented a paper at the fourth-annual Languaging Diversity Conference in September in Cagliari, Ita
Members of the student club Asian Students Intercultural Association, or ASIA, attended Nov. 10-12 the Machik Youth Leadership Conference in New York City.
Erin McCarthy, professor of philosophy and Asian studies and chair of the Department of Philosophy, was published in the "The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Philosophy."
Danny Cryster, visiting assistant professor of mathematics, was recently accepted for publication in the "Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics."
Paul Doty, electronic services librarian, has had an essay and two poems recently published.
Paul Siskind, adjunct assistant professor, has completed training and volunteer service to be named a Master Naturalist by the New York Master Naturalist Program.
Geology major Lukas Harvey ’18 of Castleton, Vermont, was awarded the 2017 Austin A. Sartin Best Poster Award by the Sigma Gamma Epsilon National Honor Society.
Paintings by Robert Selby, adjunct professor of the First-Year Program, were accepted to tour with a juried exhibition mounted by the Norman Rockwell Museum of Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Ivan Ramler, associate professor of statistics, and Choong-Soo Lee, assistant professor of computer science, together wrote a paper that was accepted at the Foundations of Digital Games Conference,
Duncan Melville, professor of mathematics, wrote an article that was published in CMS Notes by the Canadian Mathematical Society.
Gina Marie Breen, visiting assistant professor of Francophone studies, presented at the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference Oct 12 to 14 in Spokane, Washington.