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St. Lawrence in the News

2014

October

Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead, associate professor and chair of performance and communication arts
Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead, associate professor and chair of the Department of Performance and Communication Arts, tells parents in Huffington Post why they need a vacation without their kids.
Wairimu Ndirangu
Vermont Public Radio interviewed Wairimu Ndirangu, a director with St. Lawrence University's Kenya Semester Program, regarding student uses of technology while spending time overseas.
Cappex, a college decision service, has named St. Lawrence University 12th safest college in the nation, based on a survey of its users.
Trustee Sarah E. Johnson '82 was part of a team of executive producers on a documentary titled "The Invisible War," which won two Emmy awards.
The "Watertown Daily Times" and North Country Public Radio both featured stories on the the first Atlatl Battle the Department of Anthropology held during St. Lawrence's Family Weekend.

September

William Bradley, visiting assistant professor of English
William Bradley, visiting assistant professor of English, and Christian Exoo, library building supervisor, co-authored an article that was featured in Truthout.org.
Robin Lock, Burry professor of statistics
The Watertown Daily Times highlighted the American Statistical Association's Waller Distinguished Teaching Career Award given to Robin Lock, Burry professor of statistics.
Imman Merdanovic '17, a theater major from Bosnia-Herzegovina, is the lead in a play that will be performed at the Russell Opera House on Sept. 27 and 28 and at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center Oct. 4 and 5.
Howard Eissenstat, assistant professor of history
Howard Eissenstat, assistant professor of history, was quoted in a "Los Angeles Times" article regarding the exchange of hostages between Turkey and the Islamic State.
"The Saratogian" newspaper profiled Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead, associate professor of theater, and her play based on the anti-bullying book "Have You Filled Your Bucket Today?"
Michael Schuckers, associate professor of mathematics
Michael Schuckers, associate professor of mathematics, delivered the keynote address during the one-day Alberta Analytics Conference held on Sept. 13 in Calgary, Canada.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor and chair of economics
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor and chair of economics, has written an opinion piece on how libertarians can help bridge the political divide over race relations.
College Choice has listed St. Lawrence University among the best liberal arts college in the nation.
St. Lawrence University is considered to be among the Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges in the nation, according to "The New York Times."
Caeleigh Warburton ’15 during the Adirondack Semester in Fall 2013. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Caeleigh Warburton ’15 has written an essay on St. Lawrence University's Sustainability Semester, which was recently featured in the "Huffington Post."

August

Howard Eissenstat, assistant professor of history
Howard Eissenstat, assistant professor of history, was quoted by Reuters news in an article on Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.
Steven Horwitz, Dana professor and chair of economics
Steven Horwitz, Dana professor and chair of economics, was recently interviewed on Seattle's NPR station KUOW.
Alan Draper, professor of government
"USA Today" published an opinion piece written by Alan Draper, professor of government, on the 50th anniversary of Fannie Lou Hamer's speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Calvin (Fred) F. Exoo, professor of government,
Calvin (Fred) F. Exoo, Charles D., Sarah & John D. Munsil professor of government, was recently interviewed by WWNY-TV about the race for New York's 21st Congressional District.
Calvin (Fred) F. Exoo, professor of government
Calvin (Fred) F. Exoo, Charles D., Sarah & John D. Munsil professor of government, wrote "The Perverse Politics of Alcohol," which was featured in Trust-Out.org.
"USA Today College" published a list for how students can use social media in smarter ways written by Meg Bernier, assistant director of editorial services and social media.
Recent St. Lawrence University graduate Meg Harrington '14 is now working as a conservation biologist for the Loon Preservation Committee in New Hampshire.
Joseph (J.J.) T. Jockel, professor of Canadian Studies,
Joseph Jockel, professor of Canadian Studies, talks with WWNY-TV about proposed missile sites at Ft. Drum.
The "Watertown Daily Times" featured a recent Nature Up North workshop, which was delivered to local school teachers in preparation for new Common Core teaching requirements.
Michael Schuckers, associate professor of mathematics
Michael Schuckers, associate professor of mathematics, is part of a team of researchers studying hockey statistics and was mentioned in "The Boston Globe."