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St. Lawrence University has received a $40,000 grant from Freeman Foundation to support student internships in China.
In 2017, St. Lawrence University developed a public health curriculum designed to help students build unexpected connections between more than 60 courses from across more than 20 academic departments and the public health needs around the world.
St. Lawrence University has been awarded a five-year National Science Foundation grant worth nearly $1 million for the continuation of its Liberal Arts Science (LAS) Scholars program, the largest NSF grant in the University’s history.
Being tucked away in Northern New York, St. Lawrence’s isolation has led to the University spawning outreach programs—like SLU Connect—in several urban areas and advanced-degree program agreements...
What began as the Modern Outdoor Recreation Ethics course winter field trip to explore Joshua Tree National Park in San Bernardino County, California, turned into an unexpected and complicated lesson in the real-world consequences of the country’s longest-ever government shutdown.
St. Lawrence University has received the full funding on a $10 million outright gift and a $5 million planned gift from an anonymous alumnus. The gift provides significant resources and momentum for the institution’s bold and ambitious vision for the future and will make an immediate high impact at the University.
St. Lawrence University has been awarded a five-year National Science Foundation grant worth $618,524 for the creation of a new liberal arts science scholars program that will assist underrepresented groups pursue STEM-related majors and careers.