For professors Jennifer Hansen and Liz Regosin, the First-Year Program (FYP) is about fostering informed citizens through engagement. Their FYP, “Making a Difference: The Role of Active Citizenship in a Democracy,” addresses what a thriving democracy should look like through discussions, projects and volunteer work.
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One day they’d study urban theory of a London neighborhood; the next they’d walk down the very streets they had studied. That’s what life was like for Carli Baldwin ’16 during her first semester at St. Lawrence. She was one of 12 students chosen for the inaugural London First-Year Program (FYP).
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First-Year Seminars allow students to explore subjects that aren’t often found in traditional curricula. These unique courses include the FYS that Neil Devendorf took last spring: The Science of Crime and Justice, taught by a chemistry professor
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