Learning Outside the Bubble

 

Lawrence is justifiably proud of what our students achieve in the classroom, studio, and lab, and through participation in formal off-campus study programs.  We also recognize that Appleton, the Fox Cities, and other communities beyond our region are sites for learning and research.  The Office of Community-Based Learning and Research administers a variety of programs to support learning outside "the Lawrence Bubble." On these pages you can learn about

  • how other students have benefitted from community-based learning and research experiences
  • options for funding your community-based academic or artistic project or idea
  • the mentored, year-long Servant Leader Fellow program
  • a list of community-based learning courses offered during the current school year
  • an annual two-day, science focused study trip to the Nobel Conference with an intergenerational group of students, faculty, and life-long learners from Appleton and surrounding communities.

Other resources for community-based academic work include: the Innovation and Entrepreneurship program, Conservatory2, and the internships office.

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