- Public Health
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.
Lifelong artist Mikayla Quinn '24 was drawn to an internship at the St. Lawrence County Arts Council, where she could use her talents to build community bonds while highlighting and celebrating North Country culture.
This summer, Alexandria Hansson '22 and Emilia Vardai-Davidson '23 got their hands a little dirty in the name of sustainable agriculture.
St. Lawrence University has appointed 11 new tenure-track faculty and welcomes 15 visiting faculty and scholars for the 2022-2023 academic year.
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.
Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty published scholarly journal articles, presented their research at conferences around the globe, and used their expertise to give Congressional testimonies.
Can an undergraduate education from a liberal arts school prepare students for a career in healthcare? For Grace Smith ’22, the answer is an emphatic “yes.”
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 first 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 of...