Brook Henkel, assistant professor of German and film studies, recently published a peer-reviewed article in the German studies journal, New German Critique.
Rafael Castillo Bejarano, visiting assistant professor of Spanish, has been recently published in the international peer-reviewed journal "Caliope."
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Two St. Lawrence faculty were among eight Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley faculty who completed the National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Development Program
Ronnie Olesker, associate professor of government, was awarded a grant from the American Political Science Association.
Jeff Frank, assistant professor of education, was recently published in the international peer-reviewed journal "Ethics and Education."
Gina Marie Breen, visiting assistant professor of Francophone Studies, delivered a paper on June 1 at the 21st-annual Mediterranean Studies Association Conference held in Sorrento, Italy.
Alessandro Giardino, assistant professor of modern languages, delivered a presentation on Derrida at a conference in Montreal.
Professor of Global Studies John Collins recently presented his work on the independent media project Weave News at the 2018 Union for Democratic Communications conference.
Joseph Jockel, professor and chair of Canadian studies, published a chapter in the new book North American Strategic Defense in the 21st Centur (Springer, 2018).
Christopher Buck, associate professor and chair of government, wrote a chapter for the volume Companion to Environmental Studies (Routledge, 2018).
Robin Rhodes-Crowell, visiting instructor of modern languages, delivered a paper at the third-annual Africa TESOL conference, which took place May 3 to 6 in Dakar, Senegal.
Faculty and students attended the annual Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Northeastern Conference April 21-22.
Zhenjun Zhang, associate professor of modern languages and literature, edited and translated a new book, titled "Hidden and Visible Realms."
The New York State Department of Transportation will begin a six-month repair of the Route 11 two-span bridge over the Grasse River between Riverside Drive and Gouverneur Street in the Village of Canton.
Paintings by Robert Selby, adjunct professor of the First-Year Program, will tour with a Norman Rockwell Museum exhibition.
Patti Frazer Lock, Cummings Professor of Mathematics, was the keynote speaker at the Spring Seaway Section meeting of the Mathematics Association of America, held at SUNY Brockport.
Kira Murphy ’20 of Lagrangeville, New York, and Yuxi Zhang ’18 of Lanzhou, China, gave presentations during Massena Middle School's Career Days.
Gisele El Khoury, director of the Language Resource Center, chaired a session and delivered a presentation at the NeMLA convention.
Mark MacWilliams, professor of religious studies, delivered a lecture, titled "Rethinking What’s Sacred about 'Ano Hana' Anime Pilgrimage," at Ohio State University on April 4 as part of the Instit
Sid Sondergard and Lin Li co-translated "The Lure of the Wild Men."
Students in Bob Cowser's First-Year Program examined incarceration in the United States and wrote their responses to non-fiction in online journal.
Alessandro Giardino, assistant professor of modern languages, delivered a presentation at the Asian Conference of Arts & Humanities (IAFOR) in Kobe, Japan on April 1.
Jeff Frank, assistant professor of education and coordinator of the undergraduate programs, was published in the international peer reviewed journal "Studies in Philosophy and Education."
Erin McCarthy, professor of philosophy and Asian studies, delivers a talk on mindfulness for Mindfulness Ottawa at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 26, at the The Royal Ottawa Hospital.