- Math, Computer Science and Statistics
Alexandra Hill '23 presented her research project entitled “The Interaction Between Mental Health and Positionality in Literature: A Data Science Analysis” at the NY6 Undergraduate Research Conference at Colgate University on November 5th.
Following a competitive review process, Haydee Matos ’25 and Zenani Mabuza ’24 connected with economics industry experts and explored potential career paths during the Expanding Diversity in Economics Summer Institute at the University of Chicago, an opportunity they credit to guidance from their St. Lawrence faculty mentors.
A St. Lawrence graduate, now an assistant professor at the University, is part of a team of researchers that was awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $1.2 million to research high-performance computer components, their software, and how to make both perform better and last longer.
Pi Mu Epsilon, the mathematical honor society, inducted 14 new members on October 24, 2022. Pi Mu Epsilon is a non-secret organization whose purpose is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathematics among students in academic institutions and among the staffs of qualified non-academic institutions.
Leveraging her passion for the environment and curiosity for computer science, Laura Bolduc ’24 dug into a research project that helped her capture a new perspective on wildlife in the North Country.
Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty published journal articles and presented at domestic and international conferences.
Professor Michael Schuckers presented a paper at a recent workshop on bias in biometric authentication systems. The workshop entitled “Understanding and Mitigating Demographic Bias in Biometric...
Saints student-athlete Hope Donoghue ’24 has always been intrigued by sports data. This summer, she combined her academic and athletic passions as a data science researcher.