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March 2014

North Country Public Radio is featuring a two-part segment on homelessness in the North Country, which features a 16-year-old Parishville-Hopkinton high school student.
Howard L. Eissenstat, assistant professor of history
Howard L. Eissenstat, assistant professor of history at St. Lawrence University, spoke before a Congressional panel on human rights and Turkish law.
Andre Chavez '15
McNair and CSTEP student Andre Chavez '15 took part in an all-expenses paid graduate student participation program at the University of Southern California.
Tommy Matt ’15 will be interviewed at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25, on Al Jazeera America’s program “The Stream.”
Markel Insurance Company has notified St. Lawrence University that some alumni may be due a partial refund of their student health insurance premium.
Students from Clarkson University and St. Lawrence University will present at a conference, titled "In the Matter of War and Peace: A Dialogue," which will take place at Clarkson University on Friday, March 28.
St. Lawrence University's Noon in the Chapel performance will take place at 12:15 on Friday, March 28, at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Canton.
National Public Radio's "On Point" will feature North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann to discuss the station's "Prison Time" media project, a segment devoted to prison policy reform and the futur
Erin McCarthy, professor of philosophy
Erin McCarthy, professor of philosophy, presented a workshop at the inaugural meeting of the Society for Teaching Comparative Philosophy Symposium.
Jon Rosales, associate professor of environmental studies at St. Lawrence University, will discuss Thursday “climate refugees” as part of the SUNY Canton spring Sustainability Lecture Series.
Large proposals more than $2,000 for the Spring 2014 semester Mellon Foundation's Crossing Boundaries grant are due by Friday, March 28.
Associate Professor of Sociology Abye Assefa
Associate Professor of Sociology Abye Assefa recently spoke to a group of graduate students and faculty members at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University.
Melissa Schulenberg, associate professor of art
Melissa Schulenberg, associate professor of art, is currently being featured in an art installation of Japanese woodblock printing in Washington State.
Dana Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics Steven Horwitz will took part in a Reddit.com AMA (Ask Me Anything)on Feb. 28.