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SLU President Daniel Sullivan
SLU President Daniel Sullivan

Sullivan leaving SLU, but not the North Country

Dr. Daniel Sullivan retires from St. Lawrence University at the end of this month. He's served as the president of St. Lawrence University since 1996. He's also a graduate of the school -- a 1965 math major. Between leaving St. Lawrence in 1965 and returning as president, he taught at Barnard, Cornell, Carleton College, and served as president of Allegheny College for 10 years. His research and scholarship have been focused in science and mathematics education, the sociology of science and medicine, and the sociology of organizations. He's also been active in various professional and community organizations. Though he's leaving the president's office, Sullivan and his wife, Ann, plan to stay in St. Lawrence County. And from a recent conversation with News Director Martha Foley, it's pretty clear Sullivan will continue to be an active player in both worlds after retirement.  Go to full article
Kevin Sullivan's greener pastures.
Kevin Sullivan's greener pastures.

Seasonal Dairying: A Viable Alternative

Most dairy farmers in the North Country milk their cows all year long. It brings in a steady paycheck and ensures a steady flow of milk to manufacturing plants. But a small but growing number give their cows a break during the coldest months. It's a technique called seasonal dairying. Its supporters say it's gentler on the cows, easier on the environment, and gives small dairy farms a future in an industry that's growing ever bigger. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

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