Associate Professor of Biology Susan Willson's study into the use of colorful collars to prevent cats from sneaking up on songbirds received renewed attention in a several Florida news articles.
St. Lawrence in the News
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.
'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.
Prof. Emeritus of Gov't Writes Op-Ed for 'Truthout'
Calvin (Fred) Exoo, professor emeritus of government, wrote an opinion article for "Truthout".
Remington Letter in Library Archives on Loan in Texas
Letter from St. Lawrence University's Frederic Remington collection featured in Sid Richardson Museum exhibit in Fort Worth, Texas.
Biology Professor Featured on 'The Academic Minute'
Joe Erlichman, professor of biology and R. Sheldon '68 and Virginia H. Johnson Chair of Science, discusses research into cerium oxide nanoparticles on "The Academic Minute."
United Way Recognizes St. Lawrence Employee Contributions
The United Way of Northern New York presented St. Lawrence University with the Community Impact Award.
Education Prof. Op-Ed Published in 'Education Week'
Jeffery Frank, associate professor of education, wrote an opinion piece for Education Week, titled "We Shouldn't Teach Young Men to Fear #MeToo."
History Prof. Interviewed on CTV over Missing Journalist; Quoted
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was interviewed on Canadian national TV; quoted by Vox.
Edu. Prof. Op-Ed Calls on Young Men to be 'Upstanders'
Jeffery Frank, associate professor of education, wrote an opinion article that was featured online at Syracuse.com
Statistics Prof. Interviewed on Hockey Analytic Models
Michael E. Schuckers, Rutherford Professor of Mathematics, was interviewed for a question-answer article in "The Athletic," a subscription based online sports magazine.
Gov't Prof. Syracuse Op-Ed Questions Liberal Double Standard
Alan Draper, professor of government, wrote an opinion article for Syracuse "Post-Standard," which asks liberals to reflect upon why white, working-class voters prefer Trump's message over theirs.
'USA Today' Quotes History Prof. on U.S.-Turkey Crisis
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted in USA Today over the mounting U.S.-Turkey political crisis surrounding a jailed American pastor.
Gov't Prof. Interviewed by Local News on Local House Race
James Sieja, assistant professor of government, was interviewed by Spectrum News regarding a controversy in the race for New York's 21st Congressional District.
Sociology Prof. Calls on Journalists to Help Fix Twitter
Stephen Barnard, assistant professor of sociology, calls upon journalists to help fix Twitter in "The Hill."