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.
Anmol Gupta ’18, Ada Stelzer ’21, and Sarabeth Brandt ’21 have been selected for prestigious fellowships in the NSF’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP), providing funding to support their research.
Rosa Tapia, a professor of Spanish at Lawrence University since 2002, has begun a four-year term as the national leader for the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Spanish exam.
Lawrence University is mourning the passing of Ronald Mason, an accomplished archaeologist whose influence on the university’s anthropology program continues to be felt nearly three decades after his retirement from the faculty.
Lawrence University is welcoming nine new tenure-track faculty for the 2023-24 academic year. Another three have joined the faculty on long-term contracts. Two of the new tenure-track faculty have been hired into endowed positions.
Lawrence University is mourning the loss of Sumner “Sub” Richman, a professor of biology for 38 years before retiring in 1995. He taught aquatic biology during a brilliant career at Lawrence.
Lawrence professor Constance Kassor has debuted an online lecture series on Tibet with Wondrium. The 24-part series, which teaches about the history, culture, religion, and political contention of the Tibetan plateau, was two years in the making for the religious studies scholar.
Lawrence University’s Sydney Closson is rocking her undergraduate studies with help from a NASA Wisconsin Space Grant Scholarship. It ties in with her interest in studying other planets.
Betsy Schlabach, associate professor of history at Lawrence University, has followed the publication of her book, Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women’s Work in Chicago’s Policy Game, with news that she's received a travel grant to extend her research.
Five Lawrence University faculty members have been named to endowed teaching positions beginning in the 2023-24 academic year.
Three Lawrence University faculty members—Lori Hilt ’97, Megan Pickett, and Elizabeth Sattler—were honored during the June 11 Commencement ceremony with annual faculty awards.
Alex Freeman, a senior international relations major, is the recipient of a $30,000 Rotary Global Grant for graduate study in London. She will study global media and communications.
Lawrence University professors Madera Allan and Constance Kassor, giving the Honors Convocation address, shared their journeys in Spain and Kathmandu as they talked about the draw of Catholic and Buddhist pilgrimages.
Elizabeth Becker ‘04, associate professor of psychology at Lawrence University, has published research that explores using virtual reality (VR) games and exercise to help adults on the autism spectrum reduce stress.
Charles Brailovsky, a psychology major with a longtime fascination with space, has found exciting ways to combine his passions in an internship at NASA's George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.
Two teams of Lawrence University students advanced from Launch LU, Lawrence’s entrepreneurial pitch contest, to compete against other college students in The Pitch, a regional competition to be held April 19.
Márton Galambos, editor-in-chief of Forbes Hungary, will be the featured speaker April 11 as part of Lawrence University’s 2022-23 Povolny Lecture Series in International Studies.
Greg Milano developed a history course built through the lens of coffee. A blend of history, economics, and coffee culture, the course drew 39 students Winter Term, a huge jump from last year's debut.
Mauriah Donegan Kraker, a lecturer of dance at Lawrence University, has been selected for a prestigious month-long MacDowell Fellowship. It runs mid-March through mid-April.
Six Lawrence University faculty members have been granted 2023 tenure appointments. All six will be promoted to associate professor at the start of the 2023-24 academic year.
Lawrence seniors Amber Newman and Madeline Taylor took the research they did last summer with geosciences professor Relena Ribbons and presented at the recent American Geophysical Union (AGU) conference in Chicago.
Six Lawrence University students and three recent Lawrence graduates have advanced to the semifinalist round for a prestigious U.S. Fulbright Student Award.
The Lawrence University Research Fellows (LURF) program provides funding for summer research projects. The deadline for students to apply is drawing near.
In delivering the Winter Term Convocation address, Dr. Anthony Jack said greater access to higher education will lose effectiveness if not combined with greater inclusion.