Laurentian Lecture Series | St. Lawrence University Alumni

Laurentian Lecture Series

Be "back in the classroom" with today's St. Lawrence faculty members as they lead a virtual discussion on an area of their expertise.
The Secret of the Islamic State's Success

Presented by Dr. Howard Eissenstat, Associate Professor of History
December 17, 2015

The Writing Life: A Guide for Aspiring Writers

Presented by Paul Graham '99, Associate Professor of English
November 19, 2015

Is Psychiatry the Bioengineering of Personality?

Presented by Dr. Jennifer Hansen, Associate Dean of the First Year, Professor of Philosophy
April 29, 2015

Laurentian for Life Week 2015: Laurentian Lightning Chats

Presented by Taylor Casator '15, Dr. Ana Estevez, Dr. Steve Horwitz, Jake Hurlbut '15, Coach Mark Raymond and Vice President Justin Sipher
March 31, 2015

Modern Hockey Statistics: An Introduction

Presented by Dr. Michael Schuckers, Associate Professor of Statistics, Founding Director of the Martha H. ’62 and Gregg H. Peterson Quantitative Resource Center
March 24, 2015

Science by the People, Science for the People: The Rise of Citizen Science

Presented by Dr. Erika Barthelmess, Associate Professor and Co-Chair, Biology Department and Project Director, Nature Up North
December 17, 2014

Alice Munro's Nobel Prize

Presented by Dr. Robert Thacker, Charles A. Dana Professor of Global Studies and English
October 14, 2014

New Insight into the Geologic History of the Adirondacks

Presented by Dr. Jeff Chiarenzelli, James Chapin Professor of Geology and Mineralogy
September 17, 2014

Neurocognitive Enhancement

Presented by Dr. Ana Estevez, Associate Professor of Biology and Psychology
April 30, 2014

The Root of All Evil: How Private Money is Wrecking American Politics

Presented by Dr. Fred Exoo, Charles D., Sarah A. & John D. Munsil Professor of Government
March 31, 2014

Global Palestine: Thinking Beyond Conflict

Presented by Dr. John Collins, Professor and Chair of the Global Studies Department
February 19, 2014

Bullying-Prevention Programming and the Arts: Creative Ways to Address the Bullying Epidemic

Presented by Professor Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead, Associate Professor and Co-Chair of Performance and Communication Arts
January 14, 2014

Deconstructing "Tribe" and the Politics of Ethnicity in Kenya

Presented by Dr. Matt Carotenuto, Associate Professor of History
November 19, 2013

Midnight in Paris, Rome and San Francisco: Woody Allen's Latest Films

Presented by Dr. Peter Bailey, Piskor Professor of English
October 30, 2013

Left-Handedness: Some Interesting Things I’ve Learned after 30 Years of Research

Presented by Dr. Alan Searleman, Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology
April 9, 2013