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St. Lawrence in the News

August 2013

Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology Justin Sipher
Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology Justin Sipher was featured in an Inside Higher Ed article.
F. King Alexander
Dr. F. King Alexander '87 became the first man hired to hold both the Chancellor and President positions at Louisiana State University.
Outdoor Program Director Philip Royce travels to northern Quebec with North Country Public Radio to discuss the environmental and cultural impact of hydro development.
Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies R. Danielle Egan was cited as a "leading figure" on the subject of teenage sexualization in Times Higher Education and the Times Higher Education Supplement Magazine.
Yuki Poudyal '09 who graduated with a degree in sociology and psychology leads a team of artists to replace the drab walls of Kathmandu, Nepal, with colorful art.
A partnership between the Campus Kitchen at St. Lawrence University and Nature Up North allowed the organization to remain active in the local community during the summer.
Joshua Eng '16 and Daniel Eng '14 are credited for helping save the life of a local elderly woman.
Associate Professor of Biology Susan K. Willson believes she has discovered a stylish way to keep outdoor cats from killing backyard birds.
Professor of Government Calvin (Fred) Exoo disputes claims made in Wal-Mart advertisement.
Geoff Falen, director of St. Lawrence University's Career Connections, blogs for the Huffington Post about students' internship experiences.
"NHL GMs Can Get an Assist by Employing Analytics," an article in The Boston Globe on Sunday, Aug. 18, features an interview with St.
The director of St. Lawrence's Language Resource Center and instructor of Arabic, Gisele El Khoury, has an article published in the online news magazine Muftah.org.
Kirsten Kaschock
Viebranz Visiting Professor of Creative Writing Kirsten Kaschock wins Association of Writers & Writing Programs award for her book "The Dottery."
This fall St. Lawrence University will introduce a business major with a liberal arts flair.
St. Lawrence University Assistant Professor Susan Willson is seeking participants for a study on cat collars designed to decrease songbird kills.
(WWNY-TV) — The walls are going up on St. Lawrence University's new $13 million residence hall that will help alleviate a campus student housing crunch.
Work colleagues at St. Lawrence University and members of the community raised $7,535 in less than a week for a Pierrepont family that lost home.
Students on St. Lawrence University's Kenya Semester Program in 2010 carry firewood during a rural homestay.
Inside Higher Ed features St. Lawrence University’s nearly 40-year-old semester abroad program in Kenya, which is nearly as old as the country itself.