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Claire Anderson '19, Alex LaMantia '19, Sam Heikkinen '19 and Kayla Nielsen '19 Claire Anderson '19, Alex LaMantia '19, Sam Heikkinen '19 and Kayla Nielsen '19

St. Lawrence University Receives $15 Million Transformational Campaign Gift

St. Lawrence University receives the full funding on a $10 million outright gift and a $5 million planned gift from an anonymous alumnus.

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  • NSF Awards $1M Grant to Support Liberal Arts Science Scholars

    St. Lawrence University has been awarded a five-year National Science Foundation grant worth nearly $1 million for the continuation of its Liberal Arts Science (LAS) Scholars program, the largest NSF grant in the University’s history.

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  • A $1.5 Million Gift Supports Scholarships for Student Leaders

    Endowed scholarships enhance the University’s stature in a competitive marketplace. High-achieving high school graduates want to know that St. Lawrence has the financial resources to help turn their ideas into reality.

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  • New Campaign Leadership, Familiar Face

    Jay Ireland ’77, P’00 is now co-chair of The Campaign for Every Laurentian.

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  • Moving Scholarship from Isolation to Inclusive and Involving

    A St. Lawrence initiative gives professors and students the chance to work within digital environments where knowledge itself becomes interactive.

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  • Public Health and Persuasion

    An endowed professorship supports critical inquiry into the ways we talk about and understand health.

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  • Volunteering for Every Laurentian

    “The generations who made St. Lawrence what it was when we were students (those of us from the 1970s and ’80s) had an enormous impact. Now, it’s our turn to ensure St. Lawrence is well-positioned to serve the next generation.” - Earl A. “Trip” Samson III ’80, P’16

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  • CASL’s Rave for a More Inclusive St. Lawrence

    Last fall, more than 60 students piled into the Java Barn café and collected headphones for a silent rave.

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  • A Patchwork of Chilean History in ‘Arpilleras’

    With support from a Center for International and Intercultural Studies (CIIS) Fellows grant, Janis Broder ’20 and Tamara Feinstein, visiting assistant professor and coordinator of the Caribbean, Latin American, and Latino studies program, traveled to Santiago, Chile, along with a student from SUNY Potsdam to conduct research on arpilleras.

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  • Deconstructing Underlying Assumptions

    “What is women’s empowerment?” For Hannah Markey ’19, this research question cannot be answered until we challenge some underlying assumptions.

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