Daniel F. Sullivan
St. Lawrence University
Since 1996, Daniel F. Sullivan has served as professor of sociology and the 17th president of St. Lawrence University. From 1986-96 he was professor of sociology and president of Allegheny College. From 1971-86 he was assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, then associate professor, then vice-president for planning and development at Carleton College. He has been involved in Project Kaleidoscope leadership since 1989.
A 1965 mathematics graduate of St. Lawrence, Dr. Sullivan received the Ph.D. in sociology from Columbia University where he was an Edward John Noble Fellow and a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow. His research and scholarship have been focused in science and mathematics education, the sociology of science and medicine, and the sociology of organizations.