Jeffery Frank, associate professor of education, wrote an opinion article on a recent court case involving a sexual assualt.
St. Lawrence in the News
Economics Professor's Research Featured in 'U.S. News'
Research conducted by Alison Del Rossi on double majors was recently featured in U.S. News and World Report.
History Prof. Writes for WaPo's 'Monkey Cage'
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Post's "Monkey Cage" on the recent mayoral election in Istanbul, Turkey.
English Prof. Writes on New SAT
Caroline Breashears, professor of English, wrote an article for Fee.org on the College Board's new scoring system known as the adversity score.
Local Newspaper Features SLU Music Professor
The Watertown Daily Times featured In-Sill Yoo, associate professor of music, who was teaching Korean culture at the North Country Children’s Museum in Potsdam.
Dean's Op-Ed Featured in 'University Business'
UPDATED: Karl Schonberg, vice president of the University and dean for academic affairs, wrote an opinion article that was featured in University Business magazine.
'USA Today' Features Op-Ed by Career Services Director
Ron Albertson, director of Career Services, wrote an opinion article on the value of a liberal arts degree, which was featured in USA Today.
History Prof. Widely Quoted on New Turkish Elections
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, has recently been widely quoted in media outlets, regarding the calling for a new mayoral election in Istanbul.
Senior's Independent Research Featured in Local Newspaper
An independent research project conducted by Gwendolyn Deuel '19 for the St. Lawrence Citizen Journalism Incubator project becomes op-ed for Watertown Daily Times.
Sociology Prof.'s Op-Ed Runs in 'The Hill'
Stephen Barnard, assistant professor of sociology, wrote an opinion article on President Trump's use of Twitter for The Hill.
Biology Professor's Study Featured in Local Newspaper
Associate Professor of Biology Susan Willson's study into the use of colorful collars to prevent cats from sneaking up on songbirds was featured in the Watertown Daily Times.
History Quoted by 'Vox' on US-Turkish Relations
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was interviewed byVox on U.S.-Turkish relations, which have recently soured.
Biology Prof. Research Shared in Florida Media
Associate Professor of Biology Susan Willson's study into the use of colorful cat collars received renewed attention in a several Florida news articles.
Older Research Mentioned in NYT Article
Research on the effects of chewing gum while studying that was conducted and published in 2011 by James R. Wallace Associate Professor of Psychology Serge Onyper found its way into an article in The New York Times.
'USA Today' Runs Gov't Prof's Op-Ed on Democratic Party
Alan Draper, Michael W. Ranger '80 & Virginia R. Ranger P'17 Professor of Government, wrote an opinion article that was featured in USA Today on Feb. 20.
Notable Architect Left Mark on SLU Campus, North Country
Addison F. Lansing left his mark across the North Country as well as St. Lawrence University's campus, the "Watertown Daily Times" reported.
Edu. Prof. Thanksgiving Op-Ed Runs in Syracuse News
Jeffery Frank, associate professor of education, wrote an opinion piece for Syracuse.com, titled "This Thanksgiving, I choose trust over division."
Student, Father Discuss College Costs in Nat'l Media
Sofia Adams ’22 of Irvine, Calif., a member of the women's softball team, featured in Associated Press article on planning for college.
Anthro Faculty-Student Team Examined 3,700-Year-Old Pregnant Skeleton
Associate Professor of Anthropology Mindy Pitre and students in her Forensic Anthropology course conducted the preliminary skeletal analysis of a 3,700-year-old woman and her fetus unearthed in Egypt.
Gov't Prof. Quoted by Local News on State of Elections
Jillian Jaeger, assistant professor of government, was quoted by the "Watertown Daily Times" on the lack of majority representation for the North Country following the 2018 elections.
Religious Studies Prof. Presents at Georgetown's Berkley Center
Damon Berry, assistant professor of religious studies, took part in a discussion on Christianity and the alt-right movement at Georgetown University's Berkley Center.
Gov't Prof. Attends Wilson Center panel on Nicaragua
Shelley McConnell, associate professor of government, attended the Woodrow Wilson Center panel on Nicaragua on Oct. 23 in Washington, D.C.
Gov't Prof. Writes Op-Ed for 'RealClearPolitics' on Bad Parenting
Alan Draper, professor of government, wrote an opinion article for "RealClearPolitics" comparing the state of American politics to a bad divorce.