Nature Up North

Nature Up North

Mission Nature Up North is a community-based organization whose mission is to foster a deeper sense of appreciation for, and connection to, the North Country environment and in doing so to create a bioregionally literate community that is committed to protecting the wild things and wild places that define this place we call home. Long-term…

Kenya Semester Archive

Kenya Semester Archive

Efforts are underway to gather key documents and a range of program ephemera and digitize them for preservation purposes. These include mission statements and annual reports, program brochures and promotional material and other documents that chart the institutional history of the program. Useful to researchers examining the history of study abroad programs more generally, these…

Weave

Weave

Mission and History The Weave seeks to contribute to positive social change and the cultivation of an informed citizenry by providing critical perspectives on important stories, voices, and processes that are not receiving sufficient public attention.  Students and faculty affiliated with Prof. John Collins’ seminar on global news analysis in the Global Studies Department created the project in 2006. …

VR & Spatial Cognition

VR & Spatial Cognition

Led by Elyssa Twedt, Director of the Spatial Cognition and Perception Lab, the project aims to better understand individual differences in spatial cognition, which helps people perceive, remember, and navigate through environments. We investigate spatial cognition using virtual reality technology. Virtual reality provides a means to create novel environments for which people have no prior experience…

StoryMapping

StoryMapping

The GIS staff, in collaboration with the Crossing Boundaries: Re-envisioning the Humanities for the 21st grant, has been laying the foundation to better connect digital mapping approaches with the humanities and continue the expansion of geospatial learning opportunities at St. Lawrence University. The University’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) staff has been working with a variety…

Canadian Inuit Prints & Drawings

Canadian Inuit Prints & Drawings

The Canadian Inuit art collection at St. Lawrence University includes more than 100 original prints, drawings, photographs, and carvings from Cape Dorset, Pangnirtung, and Baker Lake. Highly distinguished artists in the collection include Kenojuak Ashevak, Kananginak Pootoogook, Pudlo Pudlat, Kavavaow Mannomee, and Ningeokuluk Teevee. A series of editorial cartoons by the late Alootook Ipellie is…

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