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Following a competitive review process, Haydee Matos ’25 and Zenani Mabuza ’24 connected with economics industry experts and explored potential career paths during the Expanding Diversity in Economics Summer Institute at the University of Chicago, an opportunity they credit to guidance from their St. Lawrence faculty mentors.
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.
Both Evan Holm '23 and Stew Hutchinson '23 spent their summers immersed in the workplace culture of eBay, putting their liberal arts experiences to work while learning first-hand how a finance organization works at a major global company.
As an aspiring architect, Rosie Gotsch ’22 is tuned into global issues affecting the housing market. Inspired by her faculty mentor, she set out to investigate the role zoning regulations play in society and the climate crisis.
While conducting research aimed at combating the opioid crisis, Emma Rothe ’24 discovered a newfound confidence in the lab.
A St. Lawrence graduate, now an assistant professor at the University, is part of a team of researchers that was awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $1.2 million to research high-performance computer components, their software, and how to make both perform better and last longer.
Lifelong artist Mikayla Quinn '24 was drawn to an internship at the St. Lawrence County Arts Council, where she could use her talents to build community bonds while highlighting and celebrating North Country culture.
St. Lawrence University celebrated the inauguration of Kathryn A. Morris as its 19th president at an installation ceremony held on campus Saturday, October 22. In her inaugural address, she outlined her vision for new initiatives to ensure the 166-year-old University continues to thrive while preparing students for lives of global impact far into the future.
Leveraging her passion for the environment and curiosity for computer science, Laura Bolduc ’24 dug into a research project that helped her capture a new perspective on wildlife in the North Country.