The Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics reported several faculty news items for the fall 2019 semester. Professors Publish Chapter in New Data Analytics Book
Geology Professor Runs Workshops for Petroleum Industry
Antun Husinec, professor of geology, ran multiple sessions for 80 petroleum geology professionals from the U.S. and Canada at the 2019 Williston Basin Core Workshop.
Modern Languages Prof. Delivers Talk on Italian Artist
Alessandro Giardino, assistant professor of Francophone studies and Italian and coordinator of European Studies, gave a talk at a Montreal art gallery on Italian contemporary art.
Philosophy Prof. Co-Edits Lever Press Book Series
Lever Press published its Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 catalog of scholarly journals, which included the ASIANetwork books series co-edited by Professor of Philosophy and Asian Studies Erin McCarthy.
Student Wins National Poster Award at Geology Conference
Riley E. Whitney ’20, a member of the earth sciences honor society Sigma Gamma Epsilon, won the annual “National Council Best Poster Award” at the national Geological Society of America conference.
Geology Prof. Presents at Conference in Rome
Antun Husinec, professor of geology, presented his co-authored paper at the 34th International Meeting of Sedimentology on Sept. 11. in Rome
Modern Languages Prof. Article Published
Rafael Castillo Bejarano, visiting assistant professor of Spanish, has recently been published in the refereed electronic journal eHumanista: Journal of Iberian Studies.
Student-Faculty Research Published
The student-faculty research team of Alexander Stewart, associate professor geology, and recent graduate Sandra Walser ’19 published a paper in The Compass: Earth Science Journal of Sigma Gamma Epsilon.
Recent Grad, Psych Prof. Published Academic Article
Serge Onyper, James R. Wallace Associate Professor of Psychology, published an article in Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics with a St. Lawrence alumna Yichi (Raven) Zhang '17.
English Prof. Flash Fiction Featured in Anthology
Pedro Ponce, associate professor of English, wrote a piece of flash fiction, titled “Eating the Inquisition,” which has been selected for inclusion in The Best Small Fictions 2019.
Government Prof. Published in 'Israel Studies Review'
An article written by Ronnie Olesker, associate professor of government, was published in the September edition of the peer-reviewed journal Israel Studies Review.
Adjunct Prof. Extends Master Naturalist Volunteer Training
Paul Siskind, adjunct assistant professor, became a Master Naturalist in 2017 and has completed 66 additional hours of volunteering and 18 hours of training to reach Levels 2 and 3.
Student Commentary Published
Christopher Denham '21 recently had his commentary, titled "Integrating Civil Discourse in the High School English Classroom," published in Teachers College Record.
Econ Prof. Published, Presented at Conference
Sahar Milani, assistant professor of economics, had a paper published in the journal Economics of Innovation and New Technology and delivered a talk at the University of Ottawa.
Student Photos on Display at Long Island Gallery
Photographs by Nicholas Menghini '20 will be on display Aug. 1 to 28 in “Landscapes,” an exhibition curated by Clayton Calvert at the East End Culture Club in Southampton, New York.
Biology Prof. Co-Writes Opinion Article for PNAS
Piskor Professor of Biology and Nature Up North Project Director Erika Barthelmess co-wrote an opinion article for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
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Michael Schuckers, Charles A. Dana Professor of Statistics, delivered an invited talk at the annual meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada at the University of Calgary.
Student Wins Asian Studies Writing Prize
Jordan Flanagan ’20, an economics major from Rehoboth, Massachusetts, has received the 2019 Marleigh Grayer Ryan College Student Writing Prize for the New York Conference for Asian Studies.
Review of Instructor's Poetry Volume Published
A review of The Bones of My Grandfather, a bilingual volume of the selected poems of Esthela Calderón, adjunct instructor of modern languages, was published in the Summer 2019 issue of World Literature Today.
Astronomer Attends Workshop at Green Bank Observatory
Astronomer Jeffrey Miller attended the 12th-annual 2019 Undergraduate ALFALFA Team Workshop, from June 18 - 22 at the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia.
Government Prof. Delivers Paper on Israeli Security
Ronnie Olesker, associate professor of government, presented her paper, titled “Delegitimization as a National Security Threat,” at the Association of Israel Studies in Israel.
Geology Prof. Emeritus Study Published
Chapin Professor of Geology Emeritus J. Mark Erickson published monograph on fossil fish that swam the Western Interior Seaway of North America 65 million years ago.
Faculty, Student Co-Author Paper; Present at Conference in London
Ronnie Olesker, associate professor of government, and Zach Lang '19, a recent graduate from Parkton, Maryland, presented their co-authored paper at the British International Studies Association Conference in London.
St. Lawrence Hosts Security Officer Academy, IPMBA School
St. Lawrence University’s Safety and Security hosted its New York State certified security guard training academy from June 10 to 14 and International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) school from June 17 to 21.