St. Lawrence in the News
The Artstor Blog posted an entry by Catherine Tedford, director of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, on the Street Art Graphics collection she has been collected and curated.
"The Philadelphia Inquirer" posted an opinion piece written by Karl Schonberg, vice president and dean of academic affairs.
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, was quoted in an Associated Press article about the recent violence in Turkey, including the killing of a Russian Ambassador.
The "New Zealand Herald" featured Grace Harrison '19, a women's hockey player from New Zealand who is considered one of the best goaltenders in NCAA's Division I women's hockey.
Michael Schuckers, Rutherford professor of mathematics and professor of statistics, was highlighted in a Canadian trade publication for his use of analytical data in hockey.
North Country Public Radio hosted Paul Graham '99, associate professor of English, in its NCPR kitchen to make gluten-free crepe-like blinis, a gluten-free recipe.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor of economics, was featured on The Ross Kaminsky Show
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, was interviewed by The Arab Weekly on what a Trump Election will mean for U.S.-Turkish relations.
Aileen A. O’Donoghue, Priest associate professor of physics, was the recipient of the Leon LeBeau SOARing Educator Award.
Two St. Lawrence University students were interviewed by WWNY-TV Channel 7 during the 2016-17 season's first snow storm.
Alan Draper, professor of government, took part in a question-and-answer interview with online Russian news outlet Politkom.
Peter D. Ladd, associate professor and mental health counseling program coordinator, recent article "A Scar is Not A Wound" was published in "Counseling Today."
Natalia Singer, professor of English, told ATTN.com that the stakes of the 2016 election for progressive causes are high when it comes to Supreme Court appointments.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor of economics, was featured on the David Parkman Show, an internationally syndicated program focused on news and politics.
"The Philadelphia Inquirer" published an op-ed written by David Murphy, assistant professor of environmental studies, on the differences of proposed energy policies between the presidential candidates.
Natalia Singer, professor of English wrote in an opinion piece for "The Nation" why she felt that that, in this election year, she needed to express her progressive viewpoints to students.
Matthew Carotenuto, associate professor of history, was featured in the "Huffington Post" and the online blog "Africa is a Country" about President Obama's connection to and relationship with Kenya.
David Murphy, assistant professor of environmental studies, told "MarketWatch" that Republicans should consider embracing renewable energy since it offers more energy independence for the United States.
Paul Graham '99, associate professor of English, was interviewed by the website Beyond Celiac, an online resource on celiac disease.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor of economics, told KTRH Radio in Houston that hyper-parenting may be to blame for the rise of college protests.
St. Lawrence senior defensive back James Holley-Grisham '17 was featured by DIII Football, an online magazine for college sports.
"The Hechinger Report" ran an opinion piece written by Robert Thacker, Dana professor of Canadian studies and English, on the transformative effects of the liberal arts and the First-Year Program.
The "Watertown Daily Times" reported on St. Lawrence University's UNITY project, which kicked off during an opening ceremony on Sept. 30.
The "Watertown Daily Times" caught up with the Herrick College First-Year Program which has been researching murder trials that took place in St. Lawrence County around 100 years ago.
A podcast for the Baltimore Sun titled "Roughly Speaking" reviewed a new book written by Paul Graham '99, associate professor of English, titled "In Memory of Bread."