St. Lawrence in the News
Pamela Thacher, associate professor of psychology, was quoted in a recent "Watertown Daily Times" article that discussed people who collect memorabilia as a hobby.
he New York Times interviewed Associate Professor of History Howard Eissenstat regarding a piece of legislation passed in Turkey.
Best College Values released a list ranking the 30 Most Luxurious Student Housing buildings, which included St. Lawrence University.
Associate Professor of Biology Susan Willson's cat collar study has caught the attention of MTV news, which put a slight twist on her research.
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, continues to be sourced as an expert on Turkish politics and was recently quoted in Reuters and Middle East Eye.
A recent "Time" magazine article discussing superior higher education beyond elite universities profiled St. Lawrence University's Adirondack Semester.
The Burlington Free Press profiled Anna Brouillette '17, a sophomore from Essex, Vermont, and her childhood friend, who are set to explore all 251 towns in the Green Mountain State.
An article written by Robert Thacker, Charles A. Dana professor of English and Canadian studies, on Nobel-prize winning author Alice Munro was published by the Nobel Foundation.
"The Boston Globe" has once again turned to Michael Schuckers, associate professor of statistics, to provide statistical information on National Hockey League teams and players.
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, was quoted in a recent article in the Turkish daily "Cumhuriyet."
The "Watertown Daily Times" covered the Career Services-sponsored fireside chat with Kari Sides Suva '17, who spoke about women's leadership.
Kathleen Colson '79 was recently featured in a Salon.com article on her non-profit organization, The BOMA Project, which provides small grants to women in Africa to start small businesses.
Catherine Tedford, director of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, co-wrote an article on street art stickers for the New York 6 Think Tank that was featured in the "Huffington Post."
One of Canada's national newspapers, the "National Post," recently quoted Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, on Turkey's ruling party's attempt to sue Twitter users.
A recent study by Susan Willson, associate profess of biology, on the use of colorful collars to prevent cats from killing birds was shared on Yahoo! News.
Michael Schuckers, associate professor of statistics, was featured in a Fox Sports Arizona article on the use of analytics in the NHL.
Sarah E. Johnson '82, a St. Lawrence University trustee, received an Oscar for her role as executive producer on the film "Birdman."
Kenneth Okoth '01, a St. Lawrence University a former McCurdy-Sprague trustee, was featured in a BBC World Service's article on the continued cleanup of Kibra slums.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor and chair of economics, was quoted in a Deseret News Service article on the income gap between blacks and whites in America.
National Public Radio feature interviewed Wairimu Ndirangu, who directs St. Lawrence University's Kenya Semester Program in Kenya and who spent the Fall 2014 semester at St. Lawrence.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor and chair of economics, was named a Wall Street Journal "Notable & Quotable."
An article written by Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead, associate professor of performance and communication arts, titled "8 Tips to Combat the Bullying Epidemic," was published in "Edutopia."
Howard Eissenstat, assistant professor of history, has been widely sourced as a faculty expert on issues relating to contemporary Turkey politics and social issues.
Michael Schuckers, associate professor of statistics, was featured in an exclusive Q&A with the "Ottawa Citizen" newspaper.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor and chair of economics, applies economic principles to the use of "less-lethal" weapons by police.