Babasola Fateye, visiting assistant professor of biology, had part his doctoral thesis accepted for publication in the journal "Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy."
St. Lawrence University will host Jamie Utt who will deliver his presentation, titled "Turn Down for What: Building Sex-Positive Party Culture,” at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 22, in Sykes Common Room.
Robert Thacker, Dana professor of English and Canadian studies, will discuss Canadian author and Nobel prize-winner Alice Munro at UCLA's Hammer Museum.
Four St. Lawrence University faculty in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics attended and presented at the MAA-AMS Joint Mathematics Meetings.
St. Lawrence University will host a Martin Luther King Jr. service at 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19, in Gulick Theatre. The event is free and open to the public.
Laura Rediehs, associate professor of philosophy and program coordinator for Peace Studies, wrote an essay for the Carnegie Council that became the most popular website resource posted in 2014.
Howard Eissenstat, assistant professor of history who also serves as a Turkey Country Specialist for Amnesty International-USA, has written a series of posts for Amnesty.
Howard Eissenstat, assistant professor of history, participated in a panel discussion on the state of Ottoman and Turkish Studies at the Middle East Studies Association Conference
Xiaoshuo Hou, assistant professor of sociology, delivered a presentation to members of SOAR, a community of lifelong learners sponsored by SUNY Potsdam.
Steven White, professor of modern languages, donated 120 copies of his book to students at the Colegio La Salle in León, Nicaragua.
Public Services Librarian Paul Doty and Science Librarian Nicole Nawalaniec led a workshop on the research skills university students need to acquire for the St. Lawrence-Lewis School Library System.
St. Lawrence University's Rotaract Club will host this year's Relay For Life event, beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14, and continuing until 6 a.m. Saturday in the Newell Field House.
St. Lawrence University students demonstrated their appreciation on Veterans Day to those who have served by writing and sending letters to local veterans.
St. Lawrence University’s Department of Geology recently hosted the 86th annual New York State Geological Association Meeting and Field Conference, which took place Oct. 10 to 12.
A picture obtained by Clifford Reilly Jr. ’16 of Potsdam, New York, was selected by Nikon as a “picture of distinction” in the 40th annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition.
Zhenjun Zhang, associate professor of modern languages, has published a new book in the “Sinica Leidensia,” a noted Chinese studies series published since 1930s by Brill.
Adam Terko ’12 M’14, assistant Nordic ski coach, is featured in a new book by New York author Jeremy Davis, titled "Lost Ski Areas of the Northern Adirondacks."
St. Lawrence University honorary degree recipient Russell Banks will deliver the 2014 Ingersoll Lecture on Immortality at Harvard University.
Samantha Glazier, associate professor of chemistry, teaches a course that includes St. Lawrence University students as well as prison inmates.
St. Lawrence University Emeritus Professor of Psychology Thomas Cunningham coauthored an article that was published in the "American Journal of Psychology."
The Washington, D.C.-based Campus Kitchens Project recognized St. Lawrence University students for launching a sustainability group in the community.
Juraj Kittler, assistant professor of communication, analyzed a historical map of Venice for the Software Sustainability Institute located at the University of Southampton in the U.K.
Linda Auker, visiting assistant professor of biology, is the lead author on a paper recently published in "Northeastern Naturalist."
Gisele El Khoury, director of the Language Resource Center at St. Lawrence University, has created an interactive map for students and faculty who are interested in the Arab Spring.
Ana Foteva, visiting assistant professor of modern languages, has recently published a book titled "Do the Balkans Begin in Vienna?"