1. Tyler Grochot, Saint Lawrence University President Kathryn Morris, and Florence Hines.

    St. Lawrence in the News - August 30, 2021

    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.

  2. student examining artwork in the gallery

    Brush Gallery Receives Strategic Planning Assistance Award

    The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery received a 2021 Strategic Planning Assistance award from Documentary Heritage & Preservation Services for New York (DHPSNY) to develop a three-year strategic plan regarding its exhibitions, permanent collection of art objects and cultural artifacts, educational programs and activities, staff training, and facilities.

  3. John Williams.

    St. Lawrence University to Host Virtual Event with Federal Reserve Bank of New York President Sept. 8

    As part of a series of meetings to hear about and discuss regional economic issues, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s President and CEO, John C. Williams, will give prepared remarks and take part in a moderated discussion at an event hosted by St. Lawrence University on Wednesday, September 8.

  4. Laurie Olmstead, Ronnie Olesker, Ed Harcourt, and Erin Colvin stand together after receiving University awards.

    Faculty, Staff Receive Awards, Promotions at Annual Convocation

    St. Lawrence University honored several employees with awards for their outstanding service and recognized a number of faculty who earned tenure and promotions during their annual Convocation event, which was held outside in the Herring-Cole Grove on Wednesday, August 25.

  5. President Kate Morris addresses a seated crowd at Convocation.

    St. Lawrence Faculty Earn Tenure, Receive Promotions

    St. Lawrence University announced the promotion of several faculty members at the start of the 2021-22 academic year. The promotions were celebrated during the University’s annual Convocation, which was held Wednesday, August 25. All promotions are effective September 1, 2021.

  6. Christianity and the Alt-Right, Exploring the Relationship. Damon T Berry.

    Professor Publishes Book on Religion and Politics

    Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Damon Berry has published a new book, “Christianity and the Alt-Right: Exploring the Relationship.” The book’s publisher, Routledge, describes it as “a must-read for those interested in religion in America, religion and politics, evangelicalism, and religion and race.”

  7. 20 Years After 9/11: Faculty, Staff, Alumni to Host Event Series

    The year 2021 marks 20 years since September 11, 2001, a profoundly transformative moment. Join St. Lawrence University faculty, staff, and alumni guests for a full week of activities (Sept. 3-11) as our community reflects on the many ways both our national and global communities have been impacted.

  8. Israel's Securitization Dilemma: BDS and the Battle for the Legitimacy of the Jewish State.

    Government Professor Publishes Book on Israel

    Associate Professor of Government Ronnie Olesker has published a new book that explores Israel’s standing in the international community titled, “Israel’s Securitization Dilemma: BDS and the Battle for the Legitimacy of the Jewish State.”

  9. About 70 Saint Lawrence students wearing masks cheer together on a large staircase with a "Welcome Class of 2025" banner draping down from the top floor.

    St. Lawrence Welcomes the Class of 2025

    For St. Lawrence University’s newest students, the journey to a new academic adventure in the North Country has been especially remarkable. Though a global pandemic may have disrupted their high school careers, they have already demonstrated a steadfast commitment to their academics and their communities.

  10. President Kathryn Morris

    President Morris, New York Six Presidents Pen Joint Letter in Support of Increased Pell Grant Funding

    St. Lawrence University President Kathryn A. Morris joined together with the presidents of the New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium member institutions to send a joint letter to the United States Congress members representing their districts, asking them to support doubling the Pell Grant for qualified students.