Aoife Currie '25 is an Anthropology major, and a Gender & Sexuality Studies Minor, specializing in the burgeoning field of Digital Anthropology. She has been involved in activism & social justice most of her adult life, and plans on bringing that experience and tenets to her work in the field of Academia.
Navya Aggarwal, class of 2026 is majoring in Economics and Business and minoring in Gender Studies. She has a strong passion for entreprenuership and social work. Her academic journey has revolved around exploring how the strategic application of marketing principles and HR practices can drive positive change. Navya envisions pursuing a career at the crossroads of corporate social responsibility and brand strategy, leveraging her skills to create meaningful connections between organizations and social causes.
Nach Insaurralde is an Argentinian student at St. Lawrence University currently majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Valeria Obregon ’24, is an international student from Tijuana, México. She is majoring in environmental studies and sociology and minoring in gender studies. With that being said, she is highly interested in the role she can play to solve current problems. During her time in St. Lawrence University she has been part of the Sustainability Program and the Digital Scholars Fellowship. On campus she has worked as an Admissions Ambassador, a Spanish Tutor, and in the Art Gallery. Finally, she started SLU Close the Loop an initiative to reduce waste on campus.
I am a current Senior at St. Lawrence. I have always had a strong love for learning and academia, and utilize opportunities like my most recent projects to learn as much as possible about a topic that relates to my studies and what I hope to do in the future. I work in the Language Resource Center, as a French and Arabic Language TA, and as an Admissions Ambassador, and I love what I do!
Hannah Rutkowski '22 is a writer and editor who majored in English and minored in film studies and gender studies during her time at St. Lawrence. An avid book lover, she is interested in pursuing the publishing industry, and is exploring what parts of the industry she might fit into through internships with St. Lawrence Magazine, The Adirondack Review, and soon Slag Glass City. Rutkowski will be attending Depaul University this fall for an MFA in Writing and Publishing where she'll be working with Slag Glass City and taking in all that Chicago has to offer.
Skylar recently graduated from St. Lawrence University in May of 2022. She majored in Global Studies and Spanish and minored in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and completed an Honors SYE project this past spring in order to fulfill the requirements of the Global Studies major. She studied abroad in Madrid on the Spain program in the Fall of 2021, and drew from my research and experiences there while writing my Honors thesis. Skylar feels very fortunate to have been awarded a CIIS travel grant for a rock climbing trip in Catalonia, Spain at the conclusion of her semester abroad.
I am a senior at St. Lawrence majoring in biology and minoring in gender and sexuality studies. I am in the process of applying to graduate programs with the ultimate goal of obtaining a doctorate of nursing. I want to focus my research and clinical practice on women's health and LGBTQ+ health.
Chloe McConnell, class of '17, has majored in English and minored in Gender and Sexuality Studies. This academic interest is what sparked the idea for her project, Gender and Fiction. Her project saught to combine her two focuses into one cohesive body of creative work which analyzed issues of gender and sexuality through fiction. She plans to continue her writing in an Honor's Project of the same theme. After college, her goal is to continue writing on these issues in graduate school.