It's not just students who are in learning mode during a First-Year Studies class. Faculty are stretching themselves well beyond their comfort zones, learning alongside their students.
Art history professor Danielle Joyner, a scholar of medieval studies, is an active proponent of interdisciplinary teaching. The International Medieval Congress in Leeds, England, reinforced that.
With two new entries in the First-Year Studies syllabus, Martyn Smith takes us on a journey through the works the Class of 2026 will be exploring.
Lawrence students are pursuing their passions and preparing for next steps at internships this summer. We caught up with 10 students to talk about their experiences.
Physics professor Matthew Stoneking received a three-year, $431,200 grant from the National Science Foundation. He will expand his research on thermal equilibrium in non-neutral plasmas.
A summer research project at Trout Lake in northern Wisconsin on migration patterns of the microscopic zooplankton species Daphnia brought together Lawrence students, faculty, and alumni.
Three new tenure-track faculty are joining Lawrence University, all beginning at the start of the 2022-23 academic year.
Study abroad programs have come roaring back at Lawrence after pandemic interruptions, with signature programs in London and Senegal and opportunities to craft an array of adventures around the world.
Lawrence University psychology professor Peter Glick is being honored for a 2002 paper he co-authored that has influenced the field of social psychology for 20 years.
Geopedia: A Brief Compendium of Geologic Curiosities, a new book from geology professor Marcia Bjornerud, is a celebration of the fascinating vocabulary – and backstories – in the study of the natural world.
Sixteen students and two biology professors spent two weeks on the Caribbean island of Bonaire doing field research. It continued a four-decade effort through the Lawrence University Marine Program (LUMP).
Two Lawrence seniors spent much of Winter Term 2022 on a voyage in the Pacific. The six weeks on a ship involved designing and carrying out oceanic research.
With Marvel actor Anthony Mackie joining the celebration as commencement speaker, the Lawrence community applauded 332 graduates in a beautiful Commencement ceremony on Main Hall Green.
Four faculty members—Brigetta Miller ’89, Peter Peregrine, Nancy Lin, and Jesús Smith—were honored during Sunday’s Commencement ceremony with annual teaching awards, among the highest honors given at Lawrence.
Five Lawerence faculty members are retiring at the close of the academic year. They will be honored during the June 12 Commencement ceremony.
Biofest is an annual end-of-the-year tradition at Lawrence, giving biology students a chance to show their work to others and hone their communication skills.
The Rabbit Gallery, a pop-up gallery organized and curated by Lawrence students, is part of an entrepreneurship practicum at Lawrence. It is in City Center Plaza through Monday.
Two high school teachers in Wisconsin, nominated by graduating Lawrence seniors, are being honored by Lawrence University with the annual Outstanding Teaching in Wisconsin Award.
The 25th Annual Richard A. Harrison Symposium was held on Saturday, featuring research presentations by 28 Lawrence University students in the humanities and social sciences.
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.