Assistant Professor of Government James Sieja recently penned an op-ed published by RealClearPolitics that discusses what the U.S. Senate will need to consider as preparations are made for confirming a supreme court nominee at the same time as votes are being cast.
St. Lawrence in the News
Media Turn to History Prof. for Expertise on Turkish Issues
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and internationally-renowned expert on Turkish politics, has been interviewed for a number of articles regarding international events taking place in the eastern Mediterranean.
St. Lawrence's Reopening Plan Mentioned on CNN
In an interview on CNN’s “New Day,” UMass Dartmouth biology professor Erin Bromage mentioned St. Lawrence University as one of the examples of a college or university that "got its reopening right" thanks to a strong plan.
Student Advocates for Racial Justice in the Classroom in Op-Ed for “Education Post”
Grace Harkins ‘21 recently wrote an op-ed published in Education Post about the urgent need to normalize difficult conversations about race and incorporate anti-racist curriculua into K-12 classrooms.
Prof's Research Leads to New North Country Historical Marker
A historical marker now commemorates the 1889 Barnum and Bailey Circus train wreck in Potsdam thanks to Adjunct Assistant Professor Nicole Roché.
Government Prof's Op-Ed Published in 'Newsday'
Alan Draper, the Michael W. Ranger and Virginia R. Ranger Professor of Government, recently penned an op-ed published by Newsday about what plays the Democrats could borrow from the 1960 New York Yankees' playbook as they look to the 2020 presidential election.
Environmental Studies Prof Featured on Energy Podcast
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies David Murphy recently shared his expertise on electricity as a guest on the "The Energy Transition Show" podcast.
Government Professor's Op-Ed Draws Connections Between Recent Events in U.S., Israel
Ronnie Olesker, associate professor of government, recently had an opinion piece published in RealClearWorld, an online publication dealing with international news and politics.
Biology Prof. Shares Importance of Gardens in Op-Ed
An op-ed written by Associate Professor and Co-Chair of Biology Aswini Pai about the importance and value of gardens was recently featured in the Syracuse Post-Standard.
Environmental Studies Prof. Publishes Op-Ed
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Samuel Byrne wrote an op-ed titled, "Pollution amnesia: Regulations for clear air must not be forgotten," that was recently published on Northjersey.com, which is part of the USA TODAY Network.
New Laurentian Interviewed by NPR's "On Point"
One of St. Lawrence University's newest Laurentians, Rafael Escoto '24, was interviewed by NPR's "On Point" for a segment about what it’s like to enter adulthood amid nationwide protests and a pandemic.
Sociology Professor Discusses Research on Podcast
Associate Professor of Sociology Stephen Barnard recently did an interview with The Annex Sociology Podcast and discussed his research on Twitter and its effects on our informational diet.
Professor Pens Op-Ed on Presidential Campaigns and the Media
Stephen Barnard, associate professor and chair of Sociology, recently penned an op-ed in Real Clear Politics titled, "Media-Wise, Biden is Far Behind Trump."
Student EMT Featured in Watertown Daily Times
Emily Cafarella '21, a member of SLU EMS who also serves as an EMT in nearby Massena, was recently featured in the Watertown Daily Times for her work on the frontlines battling the COVID-19 virus
Education Prof. Celebrates Class of 2020 in Published Op-Ed
An op-ed by Jeffrey Frank, associate professor and coordinator of undergraduate programs in education, had an op-ed titled, "Grieving and resilience: Celebrating the Class of 2020" published on Northj
NPR Features Biology Prof.’s Outdoor Cat Research
Associate Professor of Biology Susan Willson's research about ways to make outdoor cats more visible to birds was recently featured by NPR.
History Prof. Quoted in Article on Turkish Prison Releases
Associate Professor of History Howard Eissenstat was recently quoted in an international media outlet regarding Turkey's proposed amnesty plan to reduce its prison population during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor Pens Op-Ed on Coronavirus Misinformation
Stephen Barnard, associate professor and chair of Sociology, recently had an op-ed printed in The Hill titled, "Misinformation About Coronavirus is More Troubling Than You Think."
Albany Times Union Prints Op-Ed by Environmental Studies Prof
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies David Murphy recently wrote an op-ed that was published by the Albany Times Union about the struggle to move towards renewable energy options in the&n
History Professor Quoted in Article on Turkish Prison Releases
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was recently quoted in an international media outlet regarding Turkey's efforts to reduce its prison population during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Biology Prof.’s Research Featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered”
Associate Professor of Biology Susan Willson's research about ways to make outdoor cats more visible to birds was recently featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered."
Government Prof. Publishes Two Op-Eds
Alan Draper, the Michael W. Ranger and Virginia R. Ranger Professor of Government, recently penned two op-eds that were published by The Hill and The Post Standard.
Environmental Studies Prof.’s Op-Ed Featured in ‘USA TODAY’
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies David Murphy recently penned an op-ed that was published by USA TODAY about Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ announcement that he’ll give $10 billion to help fight climate change.
Student's KSLU Documentary Featured in Regional Media
Many may not know that the University is home to one of the first college radio stations in the country, but thanks to a recent documentary by Charles Sirotek '20, more are finding out.