Lawrence University Free Zoom Backgrounds

No matter where you are, you can attend a Zoom meeting 'on campus' with LU's free Zoom backgrounds! Now available on the Communications webpage.

Learning @ Lawrence: Online Series

Free webinars hosted on Zoom! Each session is 35-55 minutes and includes a time for Q&A.

Learning @ Lawrence winter series

Tune in Fridays at noon Lawrence Time (Central Time) to learn from our remarkable alumni and faculty, all from the comforts of your home. Follow the Lawrence University Alumni Facebook page for updates and reminders about the series. Continue to check back for updated registration and recording links. The views and opinions expressed by presenters during webinars are their own and not representative of Lawrence University.

See past webinar recordings on our YouTube channel: CLICK HERE

January 15, noon CT | Harry Jansen Kraemer '77, P'10 '13, Clinical Professor of Leadership at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, executive partner with Madison Dearborn Partners, former CEO of Baxter, best selling author, and Lawrence University's Reunion 2021 Lucia Russell Briggs Distinguished Achievement Award recipient.
Your 168: Find Purpose and Satisfaction in a Values-Based Life
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January 29, noon CT | Robyn Cutright '00, author, associate professor of anthropology, Interim Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Centre College
The Story of Food in the Human Past: How What We Ate Made Us Who We Are
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February 12, noon CT | Peter Peregrine, professor of Anthropology, Lawrence University
Grand Kakalin, The Grignon Family, and the Making of Wisconsin
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February 26, noon CT | Andrea Lewis Hartung '05, lawyer and clinical assistant professor of law at Northwestern University and Center on Wrongful Conviction
In Defense of Women - Gender and Race in Wrongful Convictions

March 12, noon CT | Marcia Bjornerud, Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and professor of geology, Lawrence University
Timefulness: How Thinking Like a Geologist Can Help Save the World