Led by biology professor Israel Del Toro, pollinator research at Lawrence is helping the No Mow May movement gain national attention as more communities adopt the practice that started in Appleton.
Two Lawrence University students, Alex Chand and Marion Hermitanio, have been named 2022 Fulbright scholars. One is heading to England for a year, the other to Mexico.
Jerald Podair, Lawrence University emeritus professor of history, will deliver a Povolny lecture on April 26 that looks at what he calls the four “foundings” of the United States.
Door to Remain, Austin Segrest's debut book of poetry, was 12 years in the making. The writing of it was a healing tonic for the English professor.
Professor of government Claudena Skran led a group of students to Sierra Leone over spring break to continue work as part of KidsGive. They were joined by several alumni.
As Lawrence celebrates 175 years, Megan Pickett is elevating the amazing legacy of former Milwaukee-Downer physics professor Elda Anderson.
Lawrence University theatre professor Timothy X. Troy is the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Scholar award. He'll teach in Dublin in the coming academic year.
Senior Maggie McGlenn has been named a 2022 recipient of a Watson Fellowship. She is the 77th Lawrentian over the past 53 years to earn that honor.
Ten Lawrence students are expected to depart for Dakar, Senegal on March 28, part of the Francophone Seminar program. It is one of the largest groups to ever take part in the program in the West African country.
Three years after receiving a national grant, Lori Hilt is ready to share results that show the daily use of a mindfulness app can have a positive effect on adolescents struggling with persistent negative thoughts.
Four Lawrence students and two recent graduates who applied to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program have made it to the semifinalist stage; a 2013 alumna is already a finalist.
Lawrence faculty members Tim Albright (Conservatory), Mark Dupere (Conservatory), and Constance Kassor (Religious Studies) have been granted 2022 tenure appointments.
Lauren Stokes, assistant professor of history at Northwestern University, will discuss migration and race in Germany on Tuesday as part of the Povolny Lecture Series in International Studies. It's set for 4:30 p.m. in Room 201 of Main Hall.
With the release of his book, Upbeat! Mindset, Mindfulness, and Leadership in Music Education and Beyond, Matthew Arau has elevated his work with Upbeat Global, an LLC the Lawrence music professor formed three years ago.
From summer internships to summer research to study abroad, funding for experiential learning is available from the time Lawrence students come in as first-years until the time they walk across the stage at Commencement.
Travis Dillon ’21 is the recipient of 2022 AMS-MAA-SIAM Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize for Outstanding Research in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Student. It's a prestigious honor for the student who is now in graduate school at MIT.
Tropes and stereotypes in theatre, film, and media are explored as part of Lawrence's December Term (D-Term) course offerings this year.
Lawrence professors Monica Rico, Michael Mizrahi named to endowed positions.
A lecture hall has been remodeled into an interactive and technologically equipped classroom now called the Science Learning Commons. It's changing the way intro science classes are taught.
Lawrence University has launched an International Relations major that will allow students to focus their studies on global diplomacy, economics, health, and security.
Lawrence University has reframed its bachelor of arts in music (B.A.Music) major to make it more open-ended in a student’s pursuit of whatever slice of the music world that interests them, a change the dean of the Conservatory sees as liberating.
Shaun Donnelly '68 is spending two weeks on the Lawrence campus bringing insights and conversations on central issues of the day as the Distinguished Visiting Scarff Professor.
Two Lawrence University faculty members—Julie Rana in Mathematics and Israel Del Toro in Biology—are the recipients of six-figure national grants that will further their research and bring more Lawrence students into the research process.