Mark Oakes, assistant professor of psychology, and Serge Onyper, associate professor of psychology, published an article in the journal Cognitive Processing.
Noted ornithologist David Sibley visited students in taking BIO 218 Ornithology class, taught by Susan Willson, associate professor of biology.
Rutendo Chabikwa ’17 and Madeleine Wong, associate professor and chair of global studies, presented a paper at the Annual Conference of the American Association of Geographers.
Erin McCarthy, professor and chair of philosophy, was awarded the Van J. Symons award for service the ASIANetwork.
Peter Pettengill, assistant professor of environmental studies, has co-authored a new book, titled "Managing Outdoor Recreation: Case Studies in the National Parks."
Students currently enrolled in Arabic 104, intermediate Arabic, took part in a video conference with documentary film director Julia Meltzer.
Damon Berry, visiting professor of religious studies, delivered a talk at Bates College.
Antun Husinec, associate professor and chair of geology, gave a plenary lecture at the 2017 International Conference on Sedimentology and Petroleum Geology in China.
Paul Siskind, instructor for the First-Year Program and First-Year Seminar, wrote an article that was published in the quarterly bulletin of the North American Lily Society.
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history, spoke on March 10 at a symposium held at Cornell University on the topic of Turkey.
Zhenjun Zhang, associate professor of modern languages and literature, co-authored the new book, "Song Dynasty Tales: A Guided Reader."
Robert Thacker, Charles A. Dana professor of Canadian studies, is mentioned by editors of new book on Alice Munro, who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2013.
Jeff Frank, assistant professor of education, has published an article on John Dewey’s philosophy of teacher education.
The new Sustainability Program will hold an open house at the farmstead site on Route 68 from 1 to 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24.
Judith Nagel-Myers, assistant professor of geology, gave presentation in February at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York.
Zhenjun Zhang, associate professor of modern languages and literatures, explores the two modes of goddess depictions in early Medieval China.
Peter Bailey, Piskor professor emeritus of English, edited the book Critical Insights: Stanley Kubrick, published by Salem Press.
Roy Caldwell, professor and co-chair of the Department of Modern Languages, wrote a chapter for the book, titled "Critical Insights: Stanley Kubrick."
William Collins, program coordinator of the Educational Leadership program and assistant professor of education, has co-written for a new book a section on textbook writing.
St. Lawrence University's Department of Education held its third-annual “Tap-A-Leader” event on Friday, Dec. 2, at Appleton Arena.
Robert Thacker, Charles A. Dana professor of Canadian studies, was interviewed by a British blog for his most recent book on Alice Munro.
An Inuit print that is part of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery's collection was featured in the Spring 2016 edition of Inuit Art Quarterly.
Allison Lockwood Rowland, assistant professor of rhetoric in the Department of Performance and Communication Arts, was recently published in "Rhetoric Society Quarterly."
Ryan Orvis '17 and Megan Keniston '07, M'09, associate director of marketing, co-presented at the American Marketing Association's Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education.
Alexander M. Schreiber, associate professor of biology and R. Sheldon and Virginia H. Johnson Chair in the Sciences, was included as a contributing author in an article published by "Nature Genetics."