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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Sam Glazer, professor of chemistry, works along side a Saint Lawrence student in the research lab. They are wearing protective goggles.

    St. Lawrence Adds New Pre-health Chemistry Major

    St. Lawrence University has added a new bachelor’s degree program in pre-health chemistry, providing a dynamic curriculum that allows students to meet the requirements of health-specific post-baccalaureate programs and gain practical research experience to begin a career in the field right after graduation.

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

    St. Lawrence Announces New Public Health Major

    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.

  5. Jon Rosales and a fellow research, wearing royal blue rain jackets, stand in a field of green grass and white flowers. Large snowcapped mountains are in the distance.

    NSF Grant Supports St. Lawrence Climate Research

    St. Lawrence received three NSF grants this year. A professor and student will use a $78,872 grant to travel—twice—to the Arctic’s Bering Sea Region and study the traditional ecological knowledge of the Siberian Yupik tribe.

  6. Scarlet and Brown graduation cap tassels with Class of twenty-twenty-two charms dangling from them.

    Meet St. Lawrence's Class of 2022

    After St. Lawrence’s Class of 2022 flip their tassels, they’ll enter the world prepared to leave it better than they found it. After four years of taking inspiring classes, encountering new perspectives around the globe, volunteering in their communities, conducting purposeful research, following creative pursuits, and working with passionate Laurentian mentors, they have the tools they need to make an impact wherever they go next.

  7. Anuva Anannya stands next to a microscope in a geology lab.

    McNair Scholar Selected for National Science Foundation Fellowship

    Following a competitive nationwide search, Anuva Anannya ’22 has been selected for the 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, an award that will fund her research-based master's and doctoral degrees at an accredited U.S. institution of her choice.

  8. A student stands next to a large research poster and explains their project to a Festival Day attendee.

    Celebrating Student Scholarship and Creativity

    After spending a year or more investigating topics that spark their curiosity and motivate them to dig deeper, St. Lawrence students presented their research findings and showcased their talents during the Festival of Science, Scholarship, and Creativity on Friday, April 29.

  9. Aaron Burns '22 Presents at Midwest Sport Analytics Conference

    Aaron Burns '22 presented National Hockey League event rate data research conducted during the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE), courses that were special to St. Lawrence's 2021 summer term, at the Midwest Sports Analytics Conference.

  10. A student peers into a microscope while working in a science lab.

    St. Lawrence Adds New Biomedical Sciences Major

    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.