- Faculty and Staff
Starting in the fall of 2023, St. Lawrence students will have a unique opportunity to explore and impact real-world foreign policy issues while working alongside career diplomats.
Over the past two years, St. Lawrence has added six new bachelor's degree programs across disciplines. These programs represent cutting-edge fields in which graduates are in high demand and future Laurentians will excel thanks to their liberal arts education.
Lights, camera, action, instant replay! Grant Van Buren ’22 wants every hockey game in Appleton Arena to be unforgettable, and not just because of what happens on the ice. From his post in the control room, he conducts a team of students to produce the best possible game experience for fans—whether they’re in the arena or cheering from home.
To mark the beginning of a new academic year and celebrate the contributions of all members of the St. Lawrence community, the 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. The ceremony was held outside in the Herring-Cole Grove on Wednesday, August 25.
St. Lawrence University recognized faculty and staff retirements and celebrated employee anniversaries at a ceremony held on Wednesday, April 27, in Eben Holden.
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.
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.