St. Lawrence University faculty and staff have been featured in national and local media, contributing to reports on current events and national policy issues.
In an article discussing the Obama administration making Pell grants available to prisoners, Politico quoted St. Lawrence University Professor of English Bob Cowser.
St. Lawrence University will receive a grant from the Mellon Foundation to create the Global Gateways Program, helping to transition international students better to academic and campus life.
Kealey Viglielmo ’17, a conservation biology major was awarded an Internship Fellowship to study American kestrels in northern New York over the summer.
Eileen Toribio ’17, an Internship Fellowship recipient, is interning at the Community Peformance Series at SUNY Potsdam.
Six exceptional St. Lawrence University students have been selected to work as Summer Admissions Interns for 2015.
Money magazine has listed St. Lawrence University among its list of Best Colleges in the country, including one of the 50 best liberal arts colleges.
Jingru Hu '17, who is originally from China, is interning this summer at the World Bank in Washington, D.C.
St. Lawrence University’s Board of Trustees elected Nicoline Carlson Sawabini '79 P'15 as the newest member of its board.
St. Lawrence University will receive funding from the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to create and support a digital collection of art and images for both teaching and research.
The 2016 edition of the "Fiske Guide to Colleges" includes St. Lawrence University, focusing on its small class sizes, rural location, off-campus opportunities, and its outgoing and energetic student body.
Obiora Udechukwu, Charles A. Dana professor of art and art history, will be one of two African artists honored at the Interdisciplinary African Arts Conference in Nigeria.
Buffalo-based Business First magazine ranked St. Lawrence University as having the 10th highest graduation rate of all upstate New York colleges and universities.
Librarian Paul Doty is regularly posting his "A Summer of Commonplaces" summer reading list to the Friends of the Owen D. Young and Launders Libraries (FODYLL) blog.
St. Lawrence University students Charlotte Crawford ’16 and Robert Baird ’17 plus recent graduate Amy Feiereisel ’15 are interning this summer for North Country Public Radio.
St. Lawrence University’s Board of Trustees has elected Lee Bailey '74 and Joanie Byrne Hall P'17 new term members and Christian Ehrhardt '07 and Morgan (Pendergast) Baker '08 as McCurdy-Sprague trustees.
St. Lawrence University faculty and students will have an exclusive opportunity to work with the Brookings Institution and participate in policy discussions focused on Africa security issues.
A dozen St. Lawrence University teaching faculty were granted promotions, including eight who were promoted to associate professor and another four who were promoted to full professor.
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, offered Reuters news agency his take on recent Turkish elections, which put an end to President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party government.
Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead, associate professor and chair of performance and communication arts, gave credit to dads ahead of Father's Day in the "Huffington Post."
A recent study conducted at St. Lawrence University by Pamela Thacher, associate professor of psychology, and Alexis Reinheimer '15 found keeping too much clutter can contribute to sleep problems.
Joseph T. Jockel, one of the most highly regarded researchers when it comes to Canadian defense and its impact abroad, has been named Piskor Professor of Canadian Studies at St. Lawrence University.
St. Lawrence University has been named the best “hidden gem” institution in New York State by the college matching platform College Raptor Inc.
Two St. Lawrence University faculty members were awarded T. Urling and Mabel Walker Research Fellowships for 2015.
The New York State Education Department this week approved a new bachelor of science degree in statistics, giving students the opportunity to major in a rapidly growing discipline.