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  1. Michael Shuckers stands at the front of a classroom and points to a lesson on a marker board.

    NSF Grant Supports a Sporting Approach to Teaching Data Science

    Using part of a $1.2 million grant, St. Lawrence will use sports analytics as an educational tool to develop a series of materials that will prepare the next generation of statisticians and data scientists.

  2. Rosie Gotsch.

    Research Fellow Zones in on Affordable Housing and the Climate Crisis

    As an aspiring architect, Rosie Gotsch ’22 is tuned into global issues affecting the housing market. Inspired by her faculty mentor, she set out to investigate the role zoning regulations play in society and the climate crisis.

  3. EJ Curtis.

    Young Alumni at Work: Searching for Answers

    For all of our alumni, the quest for evidence and answers doesn’t stop after Commencement. Some choose to make this activity a profession. You can find them in the field or the lab, using their talents to communicate the importance of their research and engage others in their work.

  4. Kevin Angstadt in front of computers

    NSF Grant Funds St. Lawrence Computer Science Research

    Jonathan Brown

    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.

  5. Laura Bolduc and Lisa Torrey.

    How a Student Used Machine Learning to Shed Light on North Country Wildlife

    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.

  6. A Saint Lawrence student, wearing blue rubber gloves, holds a syringe and conducts research in a lab.

    Neuroscience Research Fellow Discovers the Power of Perseverance

    Nadiana Acevedo ’24 isn’t afraid of a challenge. When she set out to investigate the effects of an anti-cancer drug this summer, she discovered that sometimes the best learning experiences can come from trial and error.

  7. Sam Cohen and Anne Marie Hubert look at a word document displayed on a large television screen.

    What Shakespeare Can Teach Us About Power and Politics

    When Sam Cohen ’23 took a class on Shakespeare’s Roman plays, she couldn’t help but notice patterns between power and politics. Following her curiosity, she set out to determine if the past could be a key to the present.

  8. Ruiqi Yang collaborates with his professor as he looks at data on a computer.

    Analyzing China’s Housing Market as an Economics Research Fellow

    When Ruiqi Yang ’23 returned to China in 2021, he couldn’t help but notice the effect the COVID-19 pandemic had on daily life. Inspired by his academic interests, he explored the pandemic’s connection to a much-discussed topic in his home country–the housing market.

  9. Hope Donoghue draws connections between yellow dots on a white board with a black marker. Her faculty mentor, Ivan Ramler, looks on.

    Discovering a Winning Combination as a Data Science Researcher

    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.