- Always Forward
While St. Lawrence University faculty members spent their summers adapting their curriculum to a new classroom dynamic, investments in cutting-edge education technology allowed them to explore solutions to remote and hybrid learning for the upcoming semester.
In history professor Liz Regosin's community-based learning course, students of differing backgrounds share their first-hand experiences to contextualize course material and tell a story. Today, the humanizing nature of storytelling at the heart of her pedagogy is more vital than ever.
When the pandemic disrupted math professor Dan Look's usual approach to teaching, he saw an opportunity to reimagine his curriculum with creative solutions to remote learning.
What do science labs look like in a COVID-19 world? Faculty members like Associate Professor of Biology and Psychology Ana Estevez are finding creative solutions to prepare for the upcoming academic year.
Throughout the transition to remote learning, Professor of English and Department Chair Paul Graham '99 has emphasized the importance of creative expression and community support in moments of great uncertainty.
When Cece Rooney ‘20 left campus before Spring Break, she was prepared for at least one of the unknowns thanks to a 25-pound contingency plan—a fresh block of clay.