Bailey Nez, a Lawrence University sophomore, has made her presence known on campus through her leadership with Lawrence University Native Alliance (LUNA) and environmental research.
Lawrence University senior Tomi Oladunjoye crafted a self-directed music major focused on electronic music and entrepreneurship. He’s in the early stages of launching a music-focused wellness enterprise that creates, among other things, sound bath symphonies.
Giacomo Bocanegra, a sophomore economics major from Trujillo, Peru, has pursued hands-on entrepreneurship experiences through internships and participation in an investment academy.
Jasper Kashou, a fourth-year student from Cedarburg, Wisconsin, has found success in both his composition and performance work at Lawrence. Both recently took center stage.
Sarah Matthews, a senior art history major, has curated an art exhibition on display at the Wriston Art Galleries. It shines a light on textiles made by women in Milwaukee during the Great Depression.
Judith Humphries, associate professor of biology at Lawrence University, spends much of her research studying the freshwater snail, Biomphalaria glabrata. Outside of class, you might find her in a drumming ensemble.
Catherine Kautsky, the George and Marjorie Olsen Chandler Professor of Music and chair of the Keyboard Department in the Lawrence Conservatory of Music, has lived a musical life, performing in great halls all over the world.
Graham Sazama, affectionately known as Dr. Saz, brings enthusiasm and curiosity to his teaching in chemistry. He leads research at Lawrence that bridges the fields of organic materials and inorganic chemistry.
An Associated Colleges of the Midwest-Mellon Faculty Fellow, Marcy Quiason joined the Lawrence University faculty a year ago as an assistant professor of gender studies. She has quickly hit her stride in campus involvement.
Adam Galambos has been one of Lawrence’s most visible faculty members. In addition to his teaching and economics research, he has been instrumental in development of the business and entrepreneurship major and planning for Fox Commons.
Get to know Mark Phelan, an associate professor of philosophy who has spent his career studying the human mind. His research is at the intersection of philosophy, psychology, and linguistics.
Noemi Delgado joined Lawrence earlier this year as the director of Accessibility Services and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) coordinator. She's working to ease the process for a student’s accommodation needs to be effectively addressed.
Kristi Koshuta has joined Lawrence as its first first-year dean, focused on collaborations across campus that will elevate the first-year experience for Lawrentians.
Tom McKenzie ’95 is the new director of Björklunden, Lawrence’s northern retreat. He has deep roots in Wisconsin and Door County, returning after spending the past 21 years in southern California.
Composer and teacher Brooke Joyce '95 recently received two awards from the American Guild of Organists, the latest honors in an impressive career built on lessons learned in Lawrence's Conservatory of Music.
Gail Cordry M-D’58 awarded Gertrude Breithaupt Jupp M-D’18 Outstanding Service Award
Louis Cornelius ’68 awarded Gertrude Breithaupt Jupp M-D’18 Outstanding Service Award
John Wiesman ’83 awarded George B. Walter ’36 Service to Society Award
Regina Cornish Morales ’17 awarded Nathan M. Pusey Young Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award
Nebal Maysaud ’17 awarded Nathan M. Pusey Young Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award