- Community-Based Learning
St. Lawrence University has named Brenda Papineau director of Native American Affairs. Papineau, a member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, graduated from St. Lawrence with a bachelor’s degree in sociology in 2002, a master’s in counseling and human development in 2006, and a master’s in educational leadership in 2015.
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.
New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium (NY6) faculty recently collaborated with community leaders operating residential care homes in Upstate New York to develop a new research course that examines end-of-life care.
St. Lawrence University has created a new bachelor’s degree program in public health, enhancing a curriculum that reaches beyond traditional biomedicine to examine issues of health and well-being and prepare graduates for careers in the public health field.
As a science communicator, Justin Dalaba ’16 is combining his training as a biologist with his passion for photography to raise awareness of environmental conservation issues.
Halfway through her sophomore year, Joan Kiely '23 officially declared her history major confident about her passion for the discipline thanks to a Community-based Learning (CBL) course taught by Professor Liz Regosin at the Riverview Correctional Facility.
This semester, a group of first-year students became citizen folklorists, helping to document the experiences of their North Country neighbors and contributing to a project that will preserve this moment in local history for generations to come.
The Community-Based Learning (CBL) Program is a really cool way to get students engaged in and out of the classroom by combining subject interest with an applied civic engagement within the North...
St. Lawrence University announced the Spring 2017 Innovation Grant award recipients, which include teaching about fire safety, improving energy efficiency and safety in theme cottages, enhancing student music performance space, training for website accessibility strategies, and understanding new opportunities for student and regional community engagement are the concepts that the committee found to be most well designed and innovative from among the dozen proposals.
Gretchen O’Leary ’17 still remembers the day she got the call from St. Lawrence University’s Office of Volunteer Services, informing her that she had been selected to be a SLU PIC intern.