SLC students provoke change in their communities

March 10, 2016

Students from St Lawrence College have been applying their studies to improve the lives of people with communication disorders, mental health issues, and more, says a new article from Maclean's. Following the experiences of one student in particular, the article explores how the Centre for Education, Behavioural Research and Intervention in the Community benefits both the community and the college's faculty and students. Robin Hicks, one of CEBRIC’s founders, explains that the centre creates a bridge into nearby communities and allows “faculty to stay engaged with their clinical practice, … [and] students to apply what they’re learning, and … to benefit our local community.” Maclean's