- University News and Stories
In a year where COVID-19 has limited in-person gatherings and activities on and off campus, St. Lawrence University students haven’t let the pandemic stop them from serving others and their communities.
St. Lawrence University faculty members have voted in favor of creating bachelor’s degree programs in data science and finance, two cutting-edge fields where graduates are in high demand.
St. Lawrence University will benefit from a $1 million grant made by the Eisner Foundation to the endowed fund that supports the Fox Center for Academic Opportunity. The recently renamed center honors President William L. Fox ’75 and his commitment to every student’s ambition and life preparedness.
For Assistant Professor of Government Precious Hall, community service is a civic responsibility. She aims to not just leave every place better than how she found it, but to empower others to continue her work and create lasting change.
St. Lawrence University Associate Professor of Caribbean, Latin American, and Latino Studies Martha Chew Sánchez and Associate Professor of Music David Henderson recently harnessed the power of their collective expertise to co-edit and publish a book titled Scattered Music.
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 rise in acts of violence against Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders.
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.
Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty presented at virtual workshops, collaborated with other experts in their field, and led a lecture series.
St. Lawrence University has been recognized as a First-gen Forward institution by the Center for First-generation Student Success, an initiative of NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, and The Suder Foundation.