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  1. An aerial view of the Saint Lawrence University campus.

    Announcing Our New Center for the Environment

    St. Lawrence announces the creation of a new Center for the Environment that will empower the next generation of leaders to develop the skills necessary—through education, advocacy, and action—to be agents of change in their communities and around the world.

  2. Harvey Meer, wearing a fall jacket and hat, proudly stands in front of an electric vehicle charging station on a crisp fall day. Two electric vehicles are charging behind him.

    St. Lawrence Alum Powers Campus Climate Efforts with an Electric Gift

    Olivia White '17

    A generous gift from Class of 1964 alum Harvey Meer has tripled the number of electric vehicle charging stations on campus, supports St. Lawrence’s sustainability goals, and furthers the University’s commitment to environmental stewardship.

  3. Elise Pierson '24, wearing a name badge and a blue Wild Center t shirt, stands in front of an exhibit featuring a glowing globe.

    Inspiring Tomorrow's Climate Leaders as a Wild Center Fellow

    Elise Pierson '24 discovered her passion for climate justice right in her hometown over six years ago. In the time since, she's attended multiple climate summits across New York State and served as a youth ambassador to the United Nations global climate conference.

  4. Two salmon boat fishers, wearing bright orange rubber jumpsuits, pull silver salmon our of a yellow net on the deck of a boat.

    Laurentians Inspire: Alaska Boat Captain Casts a Net on Sustainability

    This summer Jessica Normandeau ’15 set sail on her newest business venture: captain of a 32-foot vessel in Bristol Bay, Alaska. With grueling 18-hour workdays and a lot of creative problem solving, she’s part of a small percentage of women sustainably harvesting fish from the world’s largest, completely wild, sockeye salmon run.

  5. Justin Dalba, wearing a head lamp while sitting on a small boat, meatures the length of a crocodile while conducting conservation research under the cover of nightfall.

    Laurentians Inspire: A Unique Lens on Environmental Conservation

    As a science communicator, Justin Dalaba ’16 is combining his training as a biologist with his passion for photography to raise awareness of environmental conservation issues.