- Public Health
With more than 60 percent of students studying off campus for a semester, St. Lawrence University has risen in the ranks among baccalaureate institutions for the number of students studying abroad.
It was just after my freshman year when my response to the question ‘What do you want to do after college?’ became ‘I am planning on going to graduate school.’ As someone who has enjoyed school most...
Members of St. Lawrence University’s Class of 2021 nominated and selected Ernesto Moralez, assistant professor of public health, to receive the 2021 Owen D. Young Outstanding Faculty Award.
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...
In September 2019, long before COVID-19 dominated global media, I decided to contact my local public health office and apply for an internship. Months later, there was a new lens for an internship...
Michael Petroni '12, a Ph.D. candidate at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), lead a team of researchers on a study that links levels of Hazardous Air Pollutants to COVID-19 mortality rates. It has the potential to inform pollution standards and protect vulnerable populations across the country.
Five St. Lawrence University students have been awarded the University’s new Public Health Internship Fellowships.
In 2017, St. Lawrence University developed a public health curriculum designed to help students build unexpected connections between more than 60 courses from across more than 20 academic departments and the public health needs around the world.
St. Lawrence University just received the full funding on a $10 million outright gift and a $5 million planned gift from an anonymous alumnus. The gift provides significant resources and momentum for the institution’s bold and ambitious vision for the future and will make an immediate high impact at the University.
St. Lawrence University has received the full funding on a $10 million outright gift and a $5 million planned gift from an anonymous alumnus. The gift provides significant resources and momentum for the institution’s bold and ambitious vision for the future and will make an immediate high impact at the University.