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  1. A professor teaching a class outside on a sunny spring day.

    New York Six Receives $1.5 Million Mellon Foundation Grant

    The New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium, which includes St. Lawrence University, has been awarded a $1.5 million grant by the Mellon Foundation to create the NY6 Mellon Academic Leadership Fellows Program, a three-year program to provide an intensive leadership experience for faculty in the humanities who aspire to academic leadership roles.

  2. PCA Professor Dan Gallagher Lights Up Area Stages

    Professor Dan Gallagher spent the spring and summer of 2022 creating lighting designs for theatre companies across the region.

  3. Students posing around Mindo sign

    Tropical ecology and conservation students head to Ecuador June 2022

    Ten SLU students spent three weeks in Ecuador in June 2022 with Associate Professor Susan Willson learning about conservation issues facing the region.

  4. Eduardo Puerta, class of 2022, wearing a red quarter-zip sweatshirt, holds a marker while explaining a math problem to a fellow student.

    Meet Eduardo Puerta '22

    Computer science and mathematics double major Eduardo Puerta '22 wants to make sure everyone feels included, whether he's on the field with his ultimate frisbee team or tutoring his peers in the Peterson Quantitative Resource Center (PQRC).

  5. Jon Rosales and a fellow research, wearing royal blue rain jackets, stand in a field of green grass and white flowers. Large snowcapped mountains are in the distance.

    NSF Grant Supports St. Lawrence Climate Research

    St. Lawrence received three NSF grants this year. A professor and student will use a $78,872 grant to travel—twice—to the Arctic’s Bering Sea Region and study the traditional ecological knowledge of the Siberian Yupik tribe.

  6. Nick Penniman.

    Board of Trustees Elects Nicholas Penniman

    St. Lawrence University’s Board of Trustees has elected Nicholas G. Penniman V ’92 as a new term member. Penniman will serve for a period of six years beginning on July 1.

  7. Alexander Stewart, Matt Carotenuto, Bob Cowser, Howard Eissenstat, Paul Doty, and David Murphy.

    Faculty Focus–July 11, 2022

    Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty weighed in on current events as podcast guests, published journal articles with alumni, presented papers at international conferences, and shared their passion for poetry in published works.

  8. Text "Scarlet & Brown Stories: Year One in Review" on Scarlet and Brown background

    Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast-Episode 14: Year One in Review

    The podcast production team takes a look back at year one of the Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast and the many ways our guests have exemplified the five Laurentian pillars: Learn, Serve, Give, Connect, and Celebrate.

  9. A photo of students at a Peer Health Network tabling event.

    Students Increase Mental Health Resources On Campus Through Peer Health Network

    HANNAH PORTER '22

    SLU Peer Health Network helps open campus discussion around health and mental health, pushing for advocacy and change.

  10. Michael Yirenkyi '22, wearing a New York Yankees t shirt, reaches for a hammer while installing his art piece on a gallery wall.

    First Person: Unearthing My Passion for Architecture

    Michael Yirenkyi '22

    At first glance, an art and art history major and a geology minor may not seem like the most obvious combination. For Michael Yirenkyi ’22, they’re a perfect match. In his geology classes, he learned how to ask critical questions. In art and art history, he imagined creative answers. Four years of exploring, creating, and embracing new perspectives lead him to his greatest passion yet–architecture.