St. Lawrence University’s Department of Safety and Security hosted its 15th Annual New York State Certified Security Officer/Guard Training Academy June 14 through 18. The department welcomed officers from Clarkson University, Colgate University, Hobart William Smith Colleges, Middlebury, Norwich University, Paul Smith’s College, Skidmore, St. Lawrence University, and Williams College.
Brush Gallery in Safe Space Alliance Directory
The Brush Gallery is pleased to announce its inclusion in the directory of the Safe Space Alliance.
Celebrating Pride Month
On Wednesday, June 2, the Academic Dean's office, in coordination with the Office of Student Life, sent a message to the St. Lawrence community about celebrating Pride Month and available resources.
Student Receives Wiley 'Stay the Course' Grant
Laurentians are known for looking out for and taking care of one another, and Rafael Escoto '24 experienced that firsthand this spring as two of his mentors nominated him for a grant.
Call for Reflection: DEI Programming for Summer 2021
This summer, the Office for Diversity & Inclusion is hosting opportunities for reflection and dialogue on issues of justice and equity, including, for example, programming to raise awareness of Texas bill SB 1646 and similar bills and legislation in states across the U.S. that restrict rights to transgender individuals.
Results of BLI's Racial Justice and Equity Project Fund Announced
The Committee of the Black Laurentian Initiative Racial Justice and Equity Project (BLI RJEP) has selected five proposals to fund for Summer 2021. Learn about the exciting projects taking place.
Students Inducted Into Honoraries
The Department of Modern Languages & Literatures held its annual honorary inductions for several academic societies via Zoom on Thursday, April 15.
Students Compete in ACM Programming Contest - March 2021
Several St. Lawrence students competed in the annual Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contests, which took place online this year due to the pandemic. Sponsored by IBM, the ICPC is an annual multi-tiered competitive programming competition among the universities of the world.
Math Honorary Inducts New Members - Spring 2021
Nine students were recently inducted into St. Lawrence’s chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society.
Artists Band Together, a Virtual Exhibition
On display in St. Lawrence University's Owen D. Young Library, Artists Band Together is a “political rebellion in the form of bandanas designed by world-recognized artists.
Humanities NY Interviews Tzintzun Aguilar-Izzo, SLU '15, and Blake Lavia
Joe Murphy from Humanities NY interviewed Tzintzun Aguliar-Izzo '15 and Blake Lavia about their work for The North Country Art, Land and Environment 2020 Summit, a multi-faceted symposium hosted by St. Lawrence University in September 2020.
Students Receive Gilman Scholarships for Off-Campus Study
Derek Sherrange '22, Benjamin Barba '22, and Wanjiru Kimani '22 have received a prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study off campus.
Five Students Qualify for Fall 2020 Chymist
Emmanuella Dwomo Agyei '21, Hannah Kenney '21, Leo Romanetz '21, MacKenzie Russ '21, and Rachel Siegel '21 have qualified for The Chymist honorary organization.
Statistics & Computer Science Student Presents at Virtual Statistics Conference
Siyuan (Tom) Zhang ’22 presented a virtual poster about his research at the 2020 Electronic Undergraduate Statistics Research Conference.
Students Accepted to the Eta Xi Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon Earth Science Honorary Society
Anuva Anannya '22, Banner Cole '22, Jack Cochran '22, Erin Fitzgerald '22, Emily Mierek '22, and Grant Van Buren '22 have been accepted to the Eta Xi Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon Earth Science Honorary Society for fall of 2020.
Math Honorary Inducts New Members
St. Lawrence University's chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national math honor society, inducted nine new members on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.
Education Professor Publishes New Book on Experiential Therapy
Associate Professor of Education Peter Ladd has published a new book that explores alternative ways of thinking about mental health disorders.
Environmental Studies Prof. Quoted in 'The Walrus'
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Sara Ashpole, a leading expert in Canada in amphibian and reptile conservation, recently shared her expertise in an issue of The Walrus.
Recent Grad’s Research Earns Second Place at Stats Conference
Jacquelyn “Jackie” Garso ’20 and her research about the differences in shot selection between NWHL teams earned her a second-place finish in the Undergraduate Poster Competition in the Statistics in Sports Section of the American Statistical Association’s 2020 Joint Statistical Meetings’ Virtual Conference.
English Professor’s Story Collection Wins Prestigious Prize
A story collection written by St. Lawrence University Associate Professor of English Pedro Ponce has won the Indiana Review's 2020 Don Belton Fiction Prize.
North Country Art, Land, and the Environment Summit Begins Sept. 9
North Country scientists, scholars, government officials, activists, artists, and community organizers will come together to discuss issues that are vital to the environmental future of the region and the world during the upcoming North Country Art, Land and the Environment Summit.
Art Gallery to Host “Water & Origin” Outdoor Exhibition
An outdoor art exhibition will be projected on the exterior of St. Lawrence’s Owen D. Young Library throughout the month of September.
Rafael Castillo Bejarano Published Three Articles
Three articles by Rafael Castillo Bejarano, Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, have been recently published in the refereed journals Bulletin of Spanish Studie
Deadline Extended for "BLM + SLU: Moving Forward" Art Exhibition
St. Lawrence University students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to submit digital artworks or photographs for BLM + SLU: Moving Foward, an online exhibition that will be featured on the Gallery website. The deadline for submissions has been extended to December 1, 2020.