Lawrence University is launching two new summer music programs in 2024, both delivering immersive training to promising young musicians: The Lawrence Summer Music Institute and the Lawrence Chamber Music Festival.
Lawrence University honored staff members for significant service milestones and exemplary work during a staff awards reception held Nov. 30 in Warch Campus Center.
A series of receptions in early 2024 featuring Lawrence University President Laurie A. Carter will build connections with alumni, families, and friends while providing opportunities to discuss the university’s strategic planning.
Lawrence University alumni in regional communities across the country are hosting festive gatherings of Lawrentians now through January. Dubbed “HoLUdays” celebrations, the regional gatherings are meant to connect Lawrence alumni.
Lawrence University senior Reese Pike and sophomore Vivian Shanley are leading the newly formed Jazz and Gender Equity Initiative (JGEI). The student group aims to put the spotlight on gender inclusivity in jazz.
Conservatory of Music faculty Estelí Gomez and Catherine Walby developed a new one-unit course focused on the art of practicing, and they've brought colleagues from across the College and Athletics into the conversation.
The annual Fred Sturm Jazz Celebration Weekend will bring more than 400 high school and middle school students to campus Nov. 3-4 for immersive jazz instruction while showcasing the talents of Conservatory students and guest artists.
A new dance minor has been introduced at Lawrence University, the culmination of years of effort to build a comprehensive dance program. The emphasis is on collaboration.
Lawrence University is mourning the death of Robert K. Dodson, a former dean of the Conservatory of Music. He oversaw the Conservatory from 1989 to 1999, a time of significant growth.
In its annual assessment, intelligent.com, a resource for higher education program rankings and planning, has named Lawrence University one of the Best Colleges in Wisconsin for 2024.
The annual Latin American and Spanish Film Festival returns to Lawrence University Oct. 26-29. It features a movie premiere and a visit from an award-winning filmmaker.
Jonathan Bass, a fifth-year senior at Lawrence, won the Young Artist Performance Piano division in a statewide competition of the Music Teachers National Association. Four other Lawrence students earned honors.
A photo gallery and video capture the fun of Blue & White Homecoming Weekend as alumni and families join students, faculty, and staff to celebrate all things Lawrentian.
Mapping Climate Change, an exhibit at the Wriston Art Center, explores climate change via the contributions of more than 2,500 hand-knitters. Multimedia artist Jools Gilson is on campus to talk about the project.
Lawrence University welcomed alumni and families to campus Oct. 13-15 for Blue & White Homecoming. They joined students, faculty, and staff for a celebration of Lawrence's past, present, and future.
Lawrence University celebrated its 10th annual Giving Day, raising $1.62 million from 2,505 donors in support of the Lawrence Fund. The support will bolster the student experience in everything from scholarships to internships to study abroad opportunities.
Ten alumni have joined the Lawrence University Alumni Association Board of Directors, including the first two from classes in the 2020s. They will serve four-year terms.
A pow-wow demonstration with singers, drummers, and dancers from Oneida Nation was part of Lawrence University’s 8th annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration on Oct. 9.
The legacy of Joe Patterson ’69 will live on at Lawrence University through an endowed scholarship in his name, funded by classmates, teammates, family, and friends who witnessed his generosity and strength during and after his time on campus.
Jon Greenwald, a former Lawrence University Scarff Distinguished Visiting Professor of Diplomacy and Foreign Policy, will discuss Ukraine in an Oct. 10 lecture at Lawrence University. It is part of the 2023-24 Povolny Lecture Series in International Studies.
Lawrence University will hold its 8th annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration on Monday, Oct. 9 on Main Hall Green. The outdoor event, open to the public, is set for 5 to 7 p.m.
Lawrence University has welcomed four alumni as new members of the Board of Trustees: Joseph Y. Ahmad ’84, Rick Moser ’83, Abir Sen ’97, and David R. Shepard ’85.
The Center for Teaching Excellence’s new interactive classroom in Briggs Hall is up and running, giving Lawrence University faculty an opportunity to hone their teaching skills.
Sydney Seeley and Emma Vasconez are the latest Lawrence University students to wrap internships into their London Centre experience. Such opportunities are plentiful across the study abroad landscape.