Horwitz, Searleman and Stoddard selected newest Dana Professors
President Sullivan announced last week that Professors Steven Horwitz, Alan Searleman and Eve Stoddard were elected by their peers to become the newest Dana Professors at St. Lawrence.
students have been selected as McNair Scholars at St. Lawrence for
the summer of 2007, enabling each to conduct research with a faculty
mentor. The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Award Program is aimed at encouraging students in underrepresented groups to pursue doctoral studies. For more
|Fifteen percent of college
students suffered from depression last year, up from 10 percent in
2000, according to The American College Health Association. Mental
health professionals on college campuses expect the percentage to
rise again this year, but St. Lawrence University is addressing the
problem by participating in a national pilot project to improve screening
and care for students with depression.For more
| St. Lawrence University
Dining Services has been honored for the second year in a row by
the National Association of College and University Food Services
(NACUFS) for being a national leader in campus dining.For more
| A team from Hugh C.
Williams High School in Canton won the 63rd Annual Pi Mu Epsilon
Interscholastic Mathematics Contest, held recently at St. Lawrence
University and sponsored by the University's mathematics, computer
science and statistics department and the local chapter of Pi Mu
Epsilon, the mathematics honorary. For more
|An exhibition of large-scale photographs
of the St. Lawrence River's Thousand Islands region, called "A
Floating World: Ian Coristine's Thousand Islands," will be in
St. Lawrence University's Richard F. Brush Art Gallery from May 14
to July 15.
Bernard Smith '01 was recently selected by Brandweek Magazine as
one of 10 "Marketers of the Next Generation," a list of "the
hottest marketers under the age of 40." Smith, head of marketing
and promotions for UA Marketing in New York, is the only individual
on the list in his 20's. For
|St. Lawrence in the
Director of the Higher Education Opportunity Program William Short was quoted
in a May 3 story in the Columbia Daily Spectator, an independent newspaper
affiliated with Columbia University, about HEOP. Short is president of the New
York State HEOP Professional Organization.
For more Laurentians in the News
lacrosse beat RPI and Skidmore to capture the Liberty League
Championship and earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament.
The Saints, who will be playing int he tournament for the second
straight year, earned a first-round bye and will host defending national
champion Cortland on Saturday, May 12. Men's track finished second at the
state meet with a school record for points. The women's
was fourth behind a school and meet record by Laura Clarke in the
3000 meter steeplechase. Dorothy Douglas '09 placed second at the IHSA
Nationals for the riding team and baseball closed
out the regular season by beating rival Clarkson four times in two
our Podcasts page to download two new episodes: Heard Up North: Students Build a Canoe" from North Country Public Radio, and "How to Prepare for College Visit" by Michaela Stewart '08. You can
subscribe to our automatic RSS feed, or download each podcast
episode at your convenience.
NEW! Student Counsel: Michaela Stewart's audio essay on our Podcasts page is from our new Student Counsel page, which features over 20 essays by students, faculty and staff on the college search and making the most of college life. If you have a high school student in your family, check out Student Counsel!
Seniors: Visit the Commencement site
to plan for graduation.
Student Blogs: I am so excited because I received a Travel Enrichment Grant to go to Barcelona. I want to go and check out the architecture of Gaudi that is unique to Barcelona. Mary Jane Sweetland '10. Visit
our Blogs to read more from Mary Jane and our student bloggers.