(3/28/14) North Country Public Radio is featuring a two-part segment on homelessness in the North Country, which features a 16-year-old Parishville-Hopkinton high school student.
(3/26/14) Howard L. Eissenstat, assistant professor of history at St. Lawrence University, spoke before a Congressional panel on human rights and Turkish law.
(3/25/14) McNair and CSTEP student Andre Chavez '15 took part in an all-expenses paid graduate student participation program at the University of Southern California.
(3/25/14) Tommy Matt ’15 will be interviewed at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25, on Al Jazeera America’s program “The Stream.”
(3/21/14) Students from Clarkson University and St. Lawrence University will present at a conference, titled "In the Matter of War and Peace: A Dialogue," which will take place at Clarkson University on Friday, March 28.
(3/20/14) St. Lawrence University's Noon in the Chapel performance will take place at 12:15 on Friday, March 28, at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Canton.
(3/19/14) National Public Radio's "On Point" will feature North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann to discuss the station's "Prison Time" media project, a segment devoted to prison policy reform and the futur
(3/11/14) Erin McCarthy, professor of philosophy, presented a workshop at the inaugural meeting of the Society for Teaching Comparative Philosophy Symposium.
(3/5/14) Jon Rosales, associate professor of environmental studies at St. Lawrence University, will discuss Thursday “climate refugees” as part of the SUNY Canton spring Sustainability Lecture Series.
(3/4/14) Large proposals more than $2,000 for the Spring 2014 semester Mellon Foundation's Crossing Boundaries grant are due by Friday, March 28.
(3/3/14) Associate Professor of Sociology Abye Assefa recently spoke to a group of graduate students and faculty members at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University.
(3/3/14) Melissa Schulenberg, associate professor of art, is currently being featured in an art installation of Japanese woodblock printing in Washington State.
(3/3/14) Dana Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics Steven Horwitz will took part in a Reddit.com AMA (Ask Me Anything)on Feb. 28.