As a foreign-born U.S. citizen and Latin American studies scholar, Gustavo Fares is interested in working with colleagues abroad and fostering mutually beneficial connections with institutions outside the United States.
A professor of Spanish at Lawrence University, Fares is hoping to do just that as a recently named Fulbright Specialist Roster candidate.
Selected by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Institute of International Education’s Council for International Exchange of Scholars, Fares joins a national roster of scholars who are eligible...read more
Lawrence University students may not realize it, but they have cause to celebrate. They will be the primary beneficiaries of a record-setting fundraising year by the college.
In the second year of Mark Burstein’s presidency, Lawrence set a one-year fundraising record with $34.7 million...read the rest of this story
Lawrence University’s award-winning jazz studies department will have a new — but familiar — director starting with the 2015-16 academic year in September.
Jose Encarnacion, who has taught in the Lawrence Conservatory of Music for six years (2002-04, 2011-), has been named the director of...read the rest of this story
Cited for its “outstanding liberal arts curriculum, knowledgeable and caring faculty, an administration that treats students like adults and charming setting,” Lawrence University once again has earned a spot in former New York Times education editor Edward Fiske’s annual guide of the top...read the rest of this story