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.
Statistics Professor Gives Keynote at Conference
Ivan Ramler, associate professor of statistics, gave the keynote talk at the 2020 Mathematics Conference and Competition of Northern New York (MCCNNY 2020) on Saturday, February 29, at Clarkson University.
Math Honorary Inducts New Members
St. Lawrence's Pi Mu Epsilon Honorary Induction Ceremony was held on February 26, 2020, and 11 new members were inducted.
Biology and Neuroscience Faculty Publish Study Comparing Nanoparticle Formulations
The work of St. Lawrence University biology and neuroscience faculty was recently published in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology. Dr. Karin Heckman, Dr. Ana Estevez, Dr.
Gina Breen Published in "Journal of Mediterranean Studies"
Visiting Assistant Professor of Francophone Studies Gina Breen has published an article in the Journal of Mediterranean Studies (Vol. 27, No. 2, 2019).
Research by Geology Professor and Alumnus Published
Associate Professor of Geology Judith Nagel-Myers, a recent geology graduate, and two professors from a neighboring university recently had the results of a project examining how the form of clamshells aids them in withstanding the attacks of crushing predators like stone crabs published in the journal Historical Biology.
Economics Professors Co-Author Paper Published in ‘China Economic Review’
The two professors describe the impact of parental migration on the education of children left behind.
Government Prof. Discusses Research with ‘The Indiana Lawyer’
Assistant Professor of Government James Sieja was interviewed by The Indiana Lawyer regarding his research into the American Bar Association (ABA) and the federal judicial nomination process.
Gisele El Khoury Presented at the ACTFL 2019 Annual Convention and World Languages Expo
Gisele El Khoury, Director of the Language Resource Center, presented at the ACTFL2019 Annual Convention and World Languages Expo that took place on November 22-24, 2019, in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Gina Breen Presented New Research at the 2019 National Women's Studies Association
Dr. Gina Breen, Visiting Assistant Professor of Francophone Studies, recently presented new research at the 2019 National Women's Studies Association in San Francisco.
Philosophy Professor Published
Laura Rediehs, associate professor of philosophy, was published in Brill’s Research Perspectives in Quaker Studies.