74.3% students study abroad
$7 million to fully fund the Global Classroom Initiative
50 more students could participate each year
Provides $30,000 annually to fund one summer course offered by St. Lawrence faculty across the globe. During the Campaign, the goal is to fund at least eight summer travel courses annually.
Provides funding for courses with intercultural travel components, extended visits to scientific labs and field sites off-campus, and co-curricular learning opportunities such as Model Organization of American States (OAS), the Fed Challenge and other successful faculty/student collaborations.
Provides up to $5,000 annually for a student to participate in a summer international course.
Provides up to $5,000 annually for a student to complete an off-campus intercultural internship, language study or field research experience linked to the students’ academic and professional interests.
The Neuroscience of Fear, part of our Global Classroom Initiative, illustrates two priorities of The Campaign for Every Laurentian: Learning for the 21st Century and The Power of Connections.Read More
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“What is women’s empowerment?” For Hannah Markey ’19, this research question cannot be answered until we challenge some underlying assumptions.Read More
Nearly three-quarters of St. Lawrence University students study abroad during their undergraduate experience, with nearly two-thirds of students studying abroad for a semester or longer.Read More