- Research and Experiential Learning
When people ask me what I did last summer, I always like to start the conversation with “Well, I was a part-time organ farmer.” While this may sound a little strange, it accurately sums up the research that I was able to do—largely because of St. Lawrence’s Internship Fellowship Program.
Imagine spending eight full weeks on campus digging into a topic you’re passionate about and getting paid to do it. This is the job of St. Lawrence’s University Fellows: days spent in the lab, library, or the field, collaborating with faculty mentors and asking questions that prompt new discoveries.
"You have been assigned the fall and summer semesters." Probably the most difficult news I received before my sophomore year started was that I had been assigned the summer semester. I was planning on...
St. Lawrence’s Class of 2021 is full of world travelers, budding authors, student-athletes, leaders, outdoor adventurers, and future doctors. They leave St. Lawrence after forming lifelong connections with Laurentian mentors, exploring endless curiosities, and pursuing new passions.
An anthropology professor, her students, and a chemistry professor have been recognized for their expertise and commitment to preserving one local village’s history with the New York State Historic Preservation Award for Excellence in Archaeological Stewardship.
Emily Green '21 recently had her second of two articles published following a summer internship where she researched and wrote articles that provided insight into the short- and long-term effects the COVID-19 pandemic might have on people's lives.
Lukas “Luke” Harvey ’18 had a promising geological career ahead of him before he tragically passed away following a ski accident in March 2018, but his memory endures as his work continues to impact the field of geology. A paper he co-authored with his advisor, Professor of Geology Antun Husinec, was recently published in Elsevier’s journal Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.
St. Lawrence University’s Fed Challenge team earned second place out of 85 colleges and universities in the 17th annual national College Fed Challenge, the Federal Reserve announced on Friday, Nov. 20.
Two St. Lawrence University students swept the awards for best presentations at the 2020 Geological Society of America (GSA) Conference—its first remote meeting in its 125-year history.
When Sarah Campbell ’19 was deciding which of her two majors would be best for an independent research project her senior year at St. Lawrence, one of her professors showed her that she didn’t have to choose.