St. Lawrence Celebrates Community, Perseverance, and a Love for Learning at Commencement 2023
In a ceremony celebrating academic excellence, determination, faculty and alumni mentorship, and the lasting impact of a liberal arts education, more than 550 St. Lawrence University graduates took part in the University’s Commencement ceremony held on Sunday, May 21 in Newell Fieldhouse.
Class of 2023 Recognizes Faculty and Staff at Last Lecture
Members of St. Lawrence’s Class of 2023 nominated and selected Jeff Frank, associate professor of education and director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Assessment, to receive the 2023 Owen D. Young Outstanding Faculty Award and Dining Services employee Penny Vallance to receive the Kathleen Buckley Outstanding Staff Member Award.
Looking Ahead, Reflecting Back: Meet St. Lawrence's Class of 2023
Members of St. Lawrence’s Class of 2023 are scholar-athletes, global citizens, campus leaders, and advocates. They're future diplomats, doctors, financial analysts, curators, and so much more.
- Laurentian Connections
- Liberal Arts Adventures
- Life at St. Lawrence
- Making a Difference
- University News and Stories
- Art and Art History
- Business in the Liberal Arts
- Careers and Outcomes
- Clubs and Organizations
- Global Studies
- Math, Computer Science and Statistics
- Peace Studies
- World Languages
- Performance and Communication Arts
- North Country Connections
- Off-Campus Study
- Public Health
- Varsity Athletics
Dr. Eissenstat on the Turkish Election
Physics Majors Present Results of Senior Research
Graduating seniors give the final talk of their undergraduate careers.
Honor Society Induction Ceremony Celebrates First-Generation Scholars
Forty-six students, 16 faculty and staff, and two alumni became members of Alpha Alpha Alpha (Tri-Alpha), the national honor society recognizing first-generation students for academic excellence, at an April 28 induction ceremony. St. Lawrence established the Eta Nu chapter of Tri-Alpha this year to strengthen its commitment to improving experiences and advancing outcomes of first-generation college students.
Nature Up North, A Microcosm of LearningCHLOÉ PUDDIFANT ’23
For nearly a decade, Nature Up North has connected people to the environment through citizen scientist projects and outdoor adventures. By engaging in hands-on activities and research, the community-based program, funded by support from Laurentians and foundations, has helped many discover the importance of protecting the wild things and places that call the North Country, "home."
World Languages Students Inducted Into Honor Societies
On Thursday, May 4, the Department of World Languages, Cultures, and Media held its annual honor society ceremony.
Big Ink Extravaganza
Five students in L.M. & G.L. Flint Professor of Fine Arts Melissa Schulenberg's Advanced Printmaking class were invited to participate in printing large woodblock prints with Big Ink at SUNY Potsdam.