May 2, 2005 - Click
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Lawrence University has approved the concept proposed by two alumni
and two friends of the University to purchase and manage the University's
property in the Town of Colton, known as Catamount. For
|St. Lawrence University has been
awarded a grant of $250,000 from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation,
New York City, to advance and integrate the arts curriculum. The
grant will be implemented over three years.
| Science Project Construction
to begin: President Daniel F. Sullivan announced on April
30 that construction for Phase 1 of the Science Project will begin
Phase 1 features two interconnected buildings of three floors each,
plus a partially earth-sheltered lower level, with teaching and
research labs, departmental and faculty offices, conference rooms
and informal student spaces, supporting biology, chemistry and psychology.
This will be the largest construction project in St. Lawrence history.
While the ceremonial groundbreaking will take place Saturday, May
14, at 12:15 p.m., on site, construction begins with the creation
of an access road near Madill. The project management team, Tom
Coakley, Tom Greene, Tom Budd and Claude Banker, will be contacts
for any questions.
President Schedules Open Office Hours for Students: Tuesday,
May 3 from 12:00 Noon - 1:00 p.m. and on Thursday, May 5 from 12:00
Noon - 1:00 p.m. No need to call in advance.
Employees who are retiring, as well as those marking 25 years of service
to St. Lawrence University, were honored at a recent campus reception. For more
Lawrence University's Commencement will be held on Sunday, May 15,
at 10 a.m. on Creasy Commencement Commons, with the three recipients
of honorary degrees each offering brief remarks. In addition, the
North Country Citation will be awarded to John B. Johnson Jr., of
Watertown, chairman and chief executive officer of the Johnson Newspaper
Corporation and editor and co-publisher of the Watertown Daily
students have been selected as 2005 University Fellows for this
summer, in a program that allows them to receive funding while conducting
research with a faculty partner.
|The St. Lawrence University Equestrian
Team will travel to Sundbury, Ohio to compete in the 2005 IHSA National
Championship Show. Competition will begin on May 5 and concludes
on May 8 at the Eden Park Equestrian Complex. In addition to competing
for a team championship, senior Tarah Watson (Northfield, Mass.)
and sophomore Hannah Stonefield (Singapore) will be competing for
individual titles. For
Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Melissa Schulenberg and three of her students
attended the recent annual meeting of the Southern Graphics Council, held in
Washington, D.C., which had as its theme "Power in Print." All four also contributed
works for an exchange and archive. For more
The University's English and physics honor societies each held induction ceremonies on
campus in the spring 2005 semester, welcoming new students to the organizations.
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