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Professor of Canadian Studies Joseph Jockel has co-authored a book which analyzes Canada’s involvement in the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance from 1949-2019.
When Somdeep Sen ’07 walked into the first class for his First-Year Program at St. Lawrence University in 2003, he never envisioned that his professor would become a lifelong mentor with whom he would co-author a book more than 18 years later.
Every summer, several students work alongside local organizers, advocates, artists, and educators and make an impact in the North Country thanks to the St. Lawrence University Public Interest Corps (SLUPIC).
The Princeton Review recognized St. Lawrence University as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate students in its most recent publication, “The Best 387 Colleges: 2022 Edition.”
This regular roundup features a selection of recent mentions of St. Lawrence University and its students, faculty, and staff in regional, national, and international media outlets.
St. Lawrence University upheld its strong standing among the nation's top liberal arts colleges according to the U.S. News and World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” rankings, released on Monday, Sept. 13.
St. Lawrence University Visiting Professor of History Carolyn Twomey recently collaborated with Professor Daniel Anlezark of The University of Sydney to publish an interdisciplinary book on the ritual, cultural, and environmental history of water in the environment.
St. Lawrence University has established a new partnership with the Peace Corps centered on an undergraduate certificate program that will combine targeted coursework with hands-on experiences and build the competencies needed for students to be strong Peace Corps volunteers or other intercultural fieldworkers.
St. Lawrence University President Kathryn A. Morris joined together with two local college presidents and the president of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities to pen an opinion piece calling upon the U.S. Congress to support doubling the Pell Grant for qualified students. The letter was published by the Watertown Daily Times on Saturday, August 21.