St. Lawrence University honored employees with awards for their service and recognized faculty promotions during Convocation on Wednesday, Sept. 23.
St. Lawrence University Athletics Adds Esports as a Varsity Team
St. Lawrence University’s Department of Athletics and Recreation has announced the immediate addition of esports as a competitive varsity program.
UWC Students Lead Peace Celebration
Each year as the United Nations observes the International Day of Peace, a group of St.
The Trouble with Niceness: Dialogues On Race Equip Faculty to Challenge Bias in the Classroom
As waves of civil unrest continue, faculty and staff are prepared to address issues of institutional racism, unconscious bias, and police brutality, in and out of the classroom with tools and resource
St. Lawrence Jumps Four Spots in ‘U.S. News’ Rankings
St. Lawrence University upheld its strong standing among the nation's top liberal arts colleges according to the U.S.
Recent Alumna Awarded Fulbright to Study Environmental Degradation in Paraguay
Lucy Hochschartner '20 says her professors at St. Lawrence fostered her interest in environmental justice through social science research.
St. Lawrence Welcomes New Faculty for 2020-21
Meet St. Lawrence's newly appointed tenure-track faculty, as well as the visiting faculty and scholars who have joined the Laurentian community for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Writers Series to Host Author Leila Philip Sept. 10
St. Lawrence University’s annual Writers Series will kick off its 2020-21 season with author Leila Philip on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. The series, which will be presented virtually for this academic year, is being offered via a Zoom webinar and is free and open to the public.
St. Lawrence, Associated Colleges Issue Statement on Recent Shootings
President William L. Fox and Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Kimberly Flint-Hamilton joined the presidents and chief diversity officers from the Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley consortium in issuing a statement regarding the recent shootings of Black men in cities throughout the country.
Meet St. Lawrence’s Class of 2024
A strong academic record and an inspiring list of extracurricular and community activities are among the many highlights worth noting about St. Lawrence’s newest incoming class.
Adventurous Learning with Real-World Impact
After months of planning and preparing for a semester at St. Lawrence unlike any other in recent memory, Associate Dean of the First Year Sarah Barber feels inspired.
NSF Grant Funds Equipment Used Across Sciences
A grant from the National Science Foundation will allow St. Lawrence to purchase a new, 400 MHZ nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer (NMR instrument) to be used by students and faculty in chemistry, biology, physics, and environmental studies.
St. Lawrence’s Academics, Community Earn Praise from The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review applauded St.
No Matter the Modality, Humanity is in the Pedagogy
In history professor Liz Regosin's community-based learning course, students of differing backgrounds weave a rich tapestry of first-hand experiences to contextualize course material and tell a s
President Fox, Area Presidents Issue Statement Supporting Local Black Lives Matter Resolutions
St. Lawrence University President William L. Fox joined the presidents from the Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley consortium in issuing a statement in support of the Black Lives Matter Resolutions recently adopted by the Town and Village Boards of Canton and Potsdam.
With Abiding Hope: President Fox Announces His Retirement
St. Lawrence University President William L. Fox ’75 announced his plan to retire on June 30, 2021, after 12 years at the helm of his undergraduate alma mater.
The Nematode Dilemma: Experimenting with Virtual Labs
What do science labs look like in a COVID-19 world?
Trustees, University Leaders Respond to the Black Laurentian Initiative
In June 2020, a group of students known as the Black Laurentian Initiative sent a letter to St.
Recent Graduate Wins Prestigious Asian Studies Paper Prize
Taylor Armijo ’20 is the recipient of the New York Conference on Asian Studies’ 2020 Marleigh Grayer Ryan Undergraduate Paper Prize for her paper, “In An Era of Reform: Reimagining Government Control
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Donates to CPH Foundation's COVID-19 Fund
The Beta Zeta chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity at St. Lawrence University wanted to make a difference in the North Country during the pandemic and found a way to do so through the Canton-Potsdam Hospital Foundation.
Religious Studies Prof’s Research Published
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Damon Berry recently had his research published in a well-known religious studies academic journal.
Reimagining Creative Expression at the Virtual Conference Table
During the transition to remote learning and in the time since, Professor of English and Department Chair Paul Graham '99 has emphasized the importance of creative expression and community suppor
St. Lawrence to Host USDA Food Box Distribution July 30 in Canton
A USDA Food Box Distribution Program will be held at St. Lawrence University on Thursday, July 30, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event is free and open to the public with no registration necessary. Visitors to campus are required to wear face coverings while attending the event.