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International Education Week is celebrated nationwide, but a robust emphasis on promoting global citizenship and a passionate international student community makes it an especially meaningful event at St. Lawrence University.
Though Assistant Professor of Economics Thea How Choon is currently teaching from her home in Mauritius, the nine-hour time difference isn't stopping her from making the close, supportive connections St. Lawrence faculty members are known for.
Throughout the fall semester, faculty, staff, and students across campus have collaborated to facilitate mental health programming that helps students build a support network at St. Lawrence during this time of uncertainty.
St. Lawrence University faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Most often their research is published in peer-reviewed journals and articles and through lectures, as well as through conference papers and presentations. Take a look at what faculty members recently shared.
While passionate St. Lawrence students plan to their voices in the voting booth on November 3, faculty prompt them to engage with the issues they care about in the classroom. They're fostering productive discourse that promotes understanding across the political divide.
Two St. Lawrence University students swept the awards for best presentations at the 2020 Geological Society of America (GSA) Conference—its first remote meeting in its 125-year history.
Inspired by St. Lawrence University’s high priority investment to make career programming a cornerstone of the student experience, Hilary Ayn Valentine '89 has designated her recent $3 million gift to the University endowment as the means to launch the new Center for Career Excellence.
As part of the closing ceremonies of the UNITY Project at St. Lawrence University on Wednesday, Oct. 14, it was announced that Room 336 in the Sullivan Student Center would be named in memory of The Reverend Kathleen Buckley, St. Lawrence’s University Chaplain for 19 years.
When Sarah Campbell ’19 was deciding which of her two majors would be best for an independent research project her senior year at St. Lawrence, one of her professors showed her that she didn’t have to choose.