Students

Students at St. Lawrence University work with digital tools across the curriculum. On occasion, an opportunity arises for an exemplary student to extend his or her experience through independent study, work-study, a capstone experience (senior seminar/honors project), or a fellowship/apprenticeship program. Some of our current partnerships include the New York Six Instructional Technology Apprenticeship Program, the Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Scholars Program, the Crossing Boundaries Mellon Humanities grant, and the New York Six Humanities Think Tank Student Fellows Program.

Daniel Banta

Digital Humanities Fellow
History

Daniel's Digital Humanities Fellowship has been invested in research, and in learning how to make research public through the web. Daniel has been developing a web site with Eric Williams-Bergen and working with his advisor, Elun Gabriel.

Roman Bergner

Saints Start Challenge Grant Recipient
Anthropology

Roman Bergner ’20 spent the summer digitizing and transcribing records from the St. Lawrence County Poorhouse, specifically those logged by a supervisor of this facility between 1895 and 1907.

Holly Brown

2014
Student Fellow

Holly Brown graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2014 with a major in English (creative writing focus). She was awarded a SLU Fellowship for the summer of 2013 to support nine weeks studying poetry of the Adirondacks.

Hannah Chanatry

2015
Student Fellow
HASTAC Scholar

Hannah Chanatry, class of 2015, double-majored in English and Performance and Communication Arts at St. Lawrence University. She participated in off-campus study in Rome in the fall of 2013.

Jacqui Colt

English

Colt received a SLU Fellowship, funded by the Daniel F. ’65 and Ann H. Sullivan Endowment for Student/Faculty Research, and thus was able to spend the Junior summer of 2014 learning about Adirondack literature and building a digital geo-spatial database.

Bryea Coutu

2016
Project Assistant Paths to the Buddha

Bryea Coutu, class of 2016, a History major, Religious Studies minor at St. Lawrence University. Bryea worked on the “Pilgrimages—Chichibu to Canton Project” at St. Lawrence University.

Kira Delhagen

Digital Scholarship Fellow
Anthropology

Kira is excited to be a Digital Scholarship Fellow. She is looking forward to applying the skills she will be learning to research and the sharing of that research.

Alexandra DiOrio

Digital Scholarship Fellow
Psychology

Alexandra would like to create more digital projects during her time at St. Lawrence and after. She plans to pursue a masters degree in psychology which will require digital skills. She is very excited to expand her knowledge through digital projects.

Jay Fuhrman

2014
ITAP Apprentice

Jay Fuhrman graduated from St. Lawrence in 2014. He studied Philosophy with minors in English and Spanish and was an ITAP apprentice throughout the 2014-15 school year.

Hannah Gailey

Digital Scholarship Fellow
Business in the Liberal Arts

Hannah is applied to be a digital scholarship fellow due to her love for graphic design, social media, and photography. She is very interested in finding an internship this summer focused on communications with social media.

Connor Giltz

Digital Scholarship Fellow
Government

As a government major, Connor is used to doing research and he hopes that this program will allow him to transition research from a purely paper form to a digital form, while also adding more relevant information such as pictures (and other media) and timelines.

Laurel Hurd

2016
Student Fellow

Laurel Hurd ’16 is a St. Lawrence University student research fellow. The purpose of the fellowship was to create an interactive mapping and timeline project using an extensive archive of sticker street art from all over Spain.