- Faculty and Staff
For Assistant Professor of Music Fritz Schenker, music is an entryway to talk about bigger issues. He welcomes students of any major to bring their perspectives to courses like “Race and Music,” “Musics of the World,” and “Global Jazz.”
For Assistant Professor of Government Precious Hall, community service is a civic responsibility. She aims to not just leave every place better than how she found it, but to empower others to continue her work and create lasting change.
When it comes to collaborating with students and supporting their academic aspirations, Assistant Professor of Psychology Brittany Hollis has one priority in mind. “I want them to feel empowered,” she...
Assistant Professor of Physics Massooma Pirbhai knows that equipping students with the practical tools they'll need to excel in their chosen career paths starts in the classroom.
Today, the term “public health” is almost synonymous with “COVID-19.” Though his title might tempt questions about the pandemic, Assistant Professor of Public Health Ernesto Moralez is a specialist in...
Though Assistant Professor of Economics Thea How Choon is currently teaching from her home in Mauritius, the nine-hour time difference isn't stopping her from making the close, supportive connections St. Lawrence faculty members are known for.
Associate Professor of Sociology Alanna Gillis brings to the St. Lawrence community a passion for improving higher education by understanding student experiences. She also brings a love of outdoor adventure to her new home in the North Country.
As waves of civil unrest across the country continue, faculty and staff are prepared to address issues of institutional racism, unconscious bias, and police brutality, in and out of the classroom with tools and resources they acquired in dialogues over the summer.
In history professor Liz Regosin's community-based learning course, students of differing backgrounds share their first-hand experiences to contextualize course material and tell a story. Today, the humanizing nature of storytelling at the heart of her pedagogy is more vital than ever.
When the pandemic disrupted math professor Dan Look's usual approach to teaching, he saw an opportunity to reimagine his curriculum with creative solutions to remote learning.