1. three women and a gentleman smiling at camera

    Dr. Tracey Shors presents the annual Richard D. Church Lecture in Neuroscience

    On April 12th, 2023 students, faculty, staff and community members gathered to listen to the annual Richard D. Church Lecture in Neuroscience presented by Tracey J. Shors, Ph.D. The title of the lecture was “Everyday Trauma–And How Not to Ruminate So Much About the Past.”

  2. From Left to right: Callie Richards, Bridgett McCann, Wesley Wyatt, Lori Clark, Ryan Krugman, and Matthew Ferland

    ENVS Students Participated in 2023 NYSAR3 Organics Summit

    Ceyda Onaran Kartal

    Environmental studies students recently participated in the 2023 NYSAR3 Organics Summit in Syracuse.

  3. Laura Bolduc and Lisa Torrey.

    NSF Funding Supports Student Exploration of Postgraduate Opportunities

    Last October, a St. Lawrence junior traveled to Arizona State University to initiate an NSF-funded mentorship exchange program in Computer Science.

  4. Dr. Gillis Presents at Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting

    Assistant Professor of Sociology Alanna Gillis presented her research paper, "A Liberal Arts Approach to Career Development," at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Myrtle Beach, South...

  5. Dr. Hansen Published

    Professor of Philosophy Jennifer Hansen published the article, “A Reconsideration of the Role of Philosophy in the Reconstruction and Promotion of Leisure,” in the collection, Philosophy and Human...

  6. Ashley Fendler Saville stands in front of a fence in a dress she made.

    Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast: Ashley Fendler Saville '08

    Ashley Fendler Saville ’08 is the owner and founder of ANENOME based in Burlington, Vermont. A self-taught sewist, Ashley shares her passion for upcycling textiles, specifically quilts, which she re-purposes into beautiful yet functional handmade clothing items. While at St. Lawrence, Ashley was a psychology major, a member of the rowing team, and lived in Java.

  7. Turkish Election Watch, The Week of April 2-8

    Dr. Howard Eissenstat

    Kiliçdaroğlu and the carpet Perhaps the biggest tempest in a teapot this week was the attempt by Justice and Development Party (AKP)-affiliated media — which, as it turns out, is about 90% of the...

  8. A collage of Jenny Hansen, Matt Higham, Laura Mills-Smith, Michael Schuckers, Patti Frazer Lock, Javier Munoz Diaz, Robin Lock, Marcella Salvi, Bob Cowser, Robin Rhodes, Ronnie Olesker, and Alanna Gillsi.

    Faculty Focus–April 10, 2023

    St. Lawrence faculty put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty participated in roundtable discussions about their books, published research papers, and presented at conferences with colleagues and alumni.

  9. Students at observatory

    Physics Majors Visit New Zealand Observatory

    Students take full advantage of their semester abroad

  10. SLC Historical Association seeking Director of Operations

    BY PAUL MITCHELL North Country This Week CANTON – The St. Lawrence County Historical Association (SLCHA) will be shifting from one executive director to two directors once a new Director of Operations...