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Around Campus

2016

September

 Sebastian Trainor, adjunct PCA instructor
Sebastian Trainor, adjunct PCA instructor, published in special issue of peer reviewed journal "Theatre Symposium."
Laura Rediehs, associate professor of philosophy
Laura Rediehs, associate professor of philosophy, was published in a peer-reviewed journal academic journal of the Quaker Studies Research Association.
St. Lawrence University faculty will participate in the 2016-17 Science Cafés, hosted by Clarkson University.

August

Room burn demonstration
St. Lawrence University, in conjunction with the Canton Fire Department, will hold a residential room burn demonstration beginning at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 2.
Alpha Psi, the St. Lawrence chapter of the political science honor society Pi Sigma Alpha, won the “Best Chapter Award” for the 2015-16 academic year.
Sahar Milani, assistant professor of economics
Sahar Milani, assistant professor of economics, wrote an article that will be published in the academic journal Environmental and Resource Economics.
The following seven St. Lawrence University faculty have been appointed (or *reappointed) to endowed professorships.

July

Juraj Kittler, associate professor of performance and communication arts
Juraj Kittler, associate professor and chair of Performance and Communication Arts, recently published two articles on the history of communication technologies.

June

Karin Heckman, associate professor of biology
Karin Heckman, associate professor of biology, received the Nanotoxicology Poster Presentation Award at the eighth-annual International Nanotoxicology Congress held June 1 to 4 in Boston.
Peter J. Bailey, Piskor professor emeritus of English
The University Press of Kentucky has published the second edition of "The Reluctant Film Art of Woody Allen" by Piskor Professor of English Emeritus Peter J. Bailey.
Robert Thacker, professor of Canadian Studies and English
Robert Thacker, professor of Canadian Studies and English, delivered the keynote address at the Alice Munro Festival of the Short Story from June 2 to 5 .
Robert Thacker, professor of Canadian Studies and English
Robert Thacker, professor of Canadian Studies and English, took part in a roundtable discussion at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2016 in Calgary.

May

Alexander K. Stewart, assistant professor of geology
Research conducted by Alexander K. Stewart, assistant professor of geology, was recently published in the "Geological Society of America Special Papers."
Paul Siskind, adjunct instructor for the First-Year Program, presented two workshops about the legal and health issues involved in combating corruption and harassment in the workplace.
From left-to-right; Charlie Waters, Sean Godard, Sklyer Ng, and Madison Rusch at CCSC-NE Hamilton College April 29-30.
St. Lawrence University students and faculty presented and participated at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Northeastern Conference.
India Harvey ’18
India Harvey ’18 who is majoring in performance and communication arts, has been selected as a finalist in Vermont’s Freedom and Unity TV film competition.
Pictured: A cross-section of the resistivity survey.
Jeffrey Chiarenzelli, professor of geology and MacAllaster Professor of North Country Studies, delivered two lectures in Central New York.

April

The Weave News Team
A team of St. Lawrence University faculty and alumni representing The Weave News presented in April at the Action in Media Education Conference at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn.
orjana Nikolic ’18
Borjana Nikolic ’18 served as a NY6 Instructional Technology Apprentice Program apprentice and presented at the NorthEast Regional Computing Program annual conference.
Laura Rediehs, associate professor of philosophy and program coordinator for Peace Studies
Laura Rediehs, associate professor of philosophy and program coordinator for Peace Studies, published an essay in Soka Gakkai International, a Buddhist organization.
CSTEP students attend annual conference
St. Lawrence University's Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) students attended and presented at the 24th Annual CSTEP Conference in Bolton Landing, New York, from April 8 to 10.
Ablaze Records has released a recording by Paul Siskind, adjunct instructor for the First-Year Program.
Sunday, April 17 at 2:00 pm on the SLU campus in Gunnison Chapel
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Mindy Pitre, assistant professor of anthropology, has developed a new learning tool, titled “Origins: An Evolutionary Journey.”

March

Students and faculty attending ACS conference in San Diego
St. Lawrence University students and faculty traveled to San Diego to present their research at the 251st National Meeting of the American Chemistry Society.