News

  1. The Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics Department Holds Annual Dinner

    The Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics (MCSS) Department held their Annual Dinner. This year the event brought together over 70 students, faculty and staff who gathered to socialize. Faculty shared information about a wide range of topics including internships, summer fellowships, departmental resources, the MCSS LinkedIn group, graduate schools, senior projects, honor societies and local conferences for undergraduates.

  2. Dr. Robin Rhodes published a chapter

    Rhodes et al. have a forthcoming chapter in the book titled EFL Writing Teacher Education and Professional Development: Voices from Under-represented Contexts edited by Ene et al. The book is slated...

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    St. Lawrence in the News-February 27, 2024

    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.

  4. Religious Studies Professor Mark MacWilliams authors review article

    Kristen Whittier

    Religious Studies Professor Mark MacWilliams authors a review article on Mark R. Mullin's Yasukuni Fundamentalism: Japanese Religions and the Politics of Restoration. This is part of a serialization...

  5. Remington Museum 2024 Student Juried Art Exhibit Opening Reception

    Robert K. Foster

    The Remington Museum 2024 Student Juried Art Exhibit will be holding an online Opening Reception on March 1, 2024. The reception will take place via Zoom on Friday, March 1 from 6:00 to 7:00pm. Eleven students from St. Lawrence University submitted works that are included in the exhibit.

  6. Dr. Eissenstat Featured in News Outlets

    Associate Professor of History Howard Eissenstat wrote a couple of short articles for The Middle East Institute’s (MEI) Weekly Briefing. His first piece titled “ A Year After Devastating Earthquakes...

  7. Dr. Haugh's Research in Uganda

    Associate Professor of Anthropology Wendi A Haugh was recently interviewed and featured in a radio story published through "National Public Radio" (NPR) and published by The World . The story titled “...

  8. Dr. Pitre's Research Published

    Associate Professor and Chair of Anthropology Dr. Mindy Pitre is part of team that discovered one of the world’s earliest cases of rheumatoid arthritis in ancient Egypt. Her paper “A case of...

  9. Gabe and Eliza at JMM 2024

    Eliza Brown '24 and Assistant Professor of Math, Computer Science, and the Statistics Department Gabriel Dorfsman-Hopkins Present Art at the Joint Mathematics Meetings.

    Eliza Brown '24 and Assistant Professor of Math, Computer Science, and the Statistics Department Gabriel Dorfsman-Hopkins recently returned from San Francisco, where they presented two art pieces at the JMM Art Exhibition. The pieces, Bohemian Algebraic Starscapes No. 4 and No. 7, stem from Eliza’s summer research fellowship, which involved computing and visualizing the eigenvalues of families of integer matrices, and were made using linear algebra, number theory, and high-performance computing.