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Class of 2020 International Students

St. Lawrence University welcomed 54 new international students to the Class of 2020.

Front left to right: Sarah Knobel, Andrea Sweigart-Gallagher, Alvin Henry, Jessica Sierk. Back left to right: Sam Byrne, Cristia

St. Lawrence University appointed eight new tenure-track faculty members who began teaching in the Fall 2016 semester.

Elizabeth Girard '17 pictured on Hospice's Tranquility Trail

Elizabeth Girard ’17 interned at Hospice of St. Lawrence Valley, the same organization that supported her and her family when her father passed away from leukemia.

St. Lawrence University sign founded in 1856

St. Lawrence University has been listed as one of 36 top Middle Atlantic Colleges by About.com, a list that includes four Ivy League universities.

Class of 2020 International Students
St. Lawrence Welcomes International Students to Campus
Front left to right: Sarah Knobel, Andrea Sweigart-Gallagher, Alvin Henry, Jessica Sierk. Back left to right: Sam Byrne, Cristia
St. Lawrence Welcomes New Faculty for 2016-17
Elizabeth Girard '17 pictured on Hospice's Tranquility Trail
Student’s Internship Much More Than Just a Summer Job
St. Lawrence University sign founded in 1856
St. Lawrence Named a Top Middle Atlantic College

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Samantha Ormsby '17
Samantha Ormsby ’17 of Tupper Lake, New York, worked with Amy Hauber, associate professor of art and art history, on a project, titled “Symmetry in Mathematics and Art.” She received the Donald K. Rose University Fellows Endowment.
Samuel Foote ’18
Samuel Foote ’18 of Schroon Lake, New York, worked with Alexander Shreiber, associate professor of biology, on a project, titled “A Baseline Survey of Thymus Gland Morphology and Histology in Postmetamorphic Xenopus Laevis Froglets.” He received a Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Fellowship.
Victoria Peabody ’17
Victoria Peabody ’17 of Ogdensburg, New York, was a SLU PIC Fellow, working with Renewal House in Canton. The St. Lawrence University Public Interest Corps provides 10-week internships to intern at selected students with local service organizations.
George Salmons ’17
George Salmons ’17 of Wilmington, Delaware, was a SLU PIC Fellow, working with the North Country Children’s Museum. The St. Lawrence University Public Interest Corps provides 10-week internships to intern at selected students with local service organizations.
Halley Choy ’17
Halley Choy ’17 of Saratoga Springs, New York, received a Ronald E. McNair Fellowship and worked with Peter Pettengill, assistant professor of environmental studies, on two projects: the first, titled “The Impacts of Recreating to the Great Barrier Reef,” which followed her semester abroad in Austrailia, and the second a campus trail assessment.
José Ormazábal ’17
José Ormazábal ’17 of Chile worked with Barre Torres, director of musical ensembles, on a project, titled “Behind the Scenes: What Does It Take to Prepare a Recital.” He received the Daniel F. ’65 and Ann H. Sullivan Endowment for Student/Faculty Research.
Elizabeth Girard ’17
Elizabeth Girard ’17 of Gouverneur, New York, received the Richard Carlson Career Services Internship Fellowship, which provided her with a salary to intern at Hospice of St. Lawrence Valley, and a Tanner Fellowship, which was used in part to help spruce up a trail on the Hospice property.
Tanveer Kalo ’18
Tanveer Kalo ’18 of Queens, New York, worked with Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, on a project, titled “Readings in Political Islam.” He received a Ronald E. McNair Fellowship.

News Page Tabs

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, wrote an article that will be published in the academic journal Environmental and Resource Economics.
Calvin F. Exoo, Charles D., Sarah and John D. Munsil professor of government, had two articles published in Truthout.org, an online magazine dedicated to social justice.
An editorial in the periodical of the American Association of School Administrators highlighted the partnership between St. Lawrence's graduate education program and BOCES.
The "Watertown Daily Times" reviewed the co-authored new book by Peter D. Ladd and Kyle Elizabeth Blanchfield, which explores today's political "emotional climate."
The St. Lawrence University women's cross country team begins the 2016 season with a new coach, but the transition should be relatively easy for most of the returners, as Kate Curran, who has been an...
The St. Lawrence University women's cross country team begins the 2016 season with a new coach, but the transition should be relatively easy for most of the returners, as Kate Curran, who has been an...
With five of the top seven runners returning, including two All-America selections from 2015, the St. Lawrence University men's cross country team will look to qualify for the NCAA Championships for...