This regular roundup features a selection of recent mentions of St. Lawrence University and its students, faculty, and staff in regional, national, and international media outlets.
St. Lawrence’s new biomedical sciences major is hands-on, experiential, versatile, and designed for students who are curious to explore big questions regarding health and disease. Associate Professor of Biology Karin Heckman and Sarah Johnson ’82 Professor of Biology and Psychology Ana Estevez illuminated the benefits of majoring in biomedical sciences at a liberal arts institution, shared what makes St. Lawrence’s program unique, and illustrated how faculty and staff will support their students’ wide range of possible career aspirations.
Margaret “Maggie” Jensen ’20 and Assoc. Professor Susan Willson recently published the article “How Effective Is the Birdsbesafe® Cat Collar at Reducing Bird Kills by Domestic Cats?” in the Journal of...
St. Lawrence University announced its 2021-22 Moving-Up Day academic award winners, as well as Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa’s newest inductees on Saturday, April 30.
St. Lawrence University recognized faculty and staff retirements and celebrated employee anniversaries at a ceremony held on Wednesday, April 27, in Eben Holden.
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.
Several students were inducted into the biological sciences honor society Beta Beta Beta, which recognizes students majoring in biology who have an exceptional academic standing.
St. Lawrence University has created a new bachelor’s degree program in biomedical sciences, preparing graduates for careers in health, medicine, or research through interdisciplinary learning and individualized career preparation.
Funding for off-campus study in Natural History and Ecology Funding is available for off-campus study in field biology to Biology and Conservation Biology major(s) showing promise in Natural History...
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.”