Senior Gaston Kaisin did summer research on climate change through an REU with Oregon State University. His work became part of the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Black Student Union Co-President Imani Williams is active in empowering BIPOC students and promoting community on campus.
Lawrence senior Luther Abel has been awarded the National Review’s William F. Buckley Fellowship in Political Journalism.
Claire Chamberlin, a double major in global studies and French, used a research opportunity to pursue the translation of four Molière-inspired plays from French to English. Two were later performed on stage.
Cindy Kaiser has melded her interests in flute performance, music education, and psychology during her time at Lawrence.
Peter Peregrine, professor of anthropology, puts an academic focus on the evolution of complex societies. He also curates Lawrence’s archaeological and ethnographic artifacts and ID's hidden cemeteries.
Karen Carr has taught courses on 19th- and 20th-century religious thought and philosophy of religion for 35 years.
Get to know Dylan Fitz, associate professor of economics. He specializes in development economics, with research that evaluates the effectiveness of social programs and the causes of poverty.
Megan Pickett, associate professor of physics, is an educator of and an advocate for the night sky, inspiring students to pursue the wonders of astronomy.
Andrew Mast stepped up to organize the January recital that helped launch the year-long 175th celebration. He did so in part because he has been fascinated by the school’s rich history ever since he arrived on the Conservatory faculty in 2004.
As director of the Diversity & Intercultural Center, Brittany Bell leads her staff in providing a welcoming, inclusive, and creative gathering space for students of diverse backgrounds.
As the first dean of acadamic success, Monita Mohammadian Gray has built a program to enhance academic support for students.
Tom Zoellner ’91 carved out a career as a journalist by seeing stories others didn’t, drilling down to the why, and always being present, all skills he developed as a Lawrence student three decades ago.
Zach Ben-Amots ’16, a TV journalist in Chicago, produced a documentary on a 1940s lynching in rural Georgia, now featured on Hulu.
Lawrence alumnus Andrew Graff talks about his journey as a novelist and the process of writing his debut novel, "Raft of Stars."
Nearly a decade after leaving Lawrence University with a growing portfolio of 3D graphics and other visual effects, Tom Coben ’12 has gone viral.