Members of the Class of 2020 celebrated an in-person Commencement two years after the pandemic cut their last year at Lawrence short.
Lawrence University's Class of 2020 will get a long-delayed in-person Commencement ceremony in front of Main Hall on June 25. It will be an emotional return to campus.
Alumni, family, and friends returned to campus for Reunion 2022, the first such in-person gathering since 2019. It was a joyous celebration.
We caught up with some of our 2022 graduates in their final days on campus to talk about their next steps. Here’s what they had to say as they begin writing that next chapter.
Six alumni are the recipients of 2022 Alumni Awards, to be presented during Reunion weekend. They range from the Class of 2012 to the Class of 1971.
The tradition of Reunion is back on campus this weekend after a two-year hiatus. It will feature three 50-year celebrations and a nod to the Celebrate! festival courtesy of the Class of 1997.
Two Lawrence University alumni doing graduate school work in the sciences have been awarded highly competitive National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom, written and directed by Pawo Choyning Dorji ’06 and filmed in a remote region of Bhutan, was one of five films nominated for an Oscar in the International Feature Film category.
George Mavrakis '19 has turned his fascination with the saltwater aquarium hobby into a growing business enterprise. In December, he reached 1 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, CoralFish12g.
Katherine Meckel ’11 is the recipient of a six-year, $447,000 fellowship from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that will allow her to continue her neuroscience research through her final two years as a doctorate student and then four years of postdoctoral work.
Lawrence University mourns the loss of Margaret Carroll '61, a former Lawrence trustee and leader.
Ty Collins, assistant director in the Career Center, interviews alumni who share career advice, discuss avenues into particular fields, and talk about successes and missteps along the way.
Lawrence alumna, Molly Preston '10, returns to Appleton to film a coming-of-age comedy that she wrote and is directing.
Lawrence University is mourning the death of John Ellerman ’58, a Board of Trustees emeritus who has been actively engaged with the university for more than six decades.
Doan Thu Thuy Nguyen '21 realized her passion for environmental economics at Lawrence University. Now she's been accepted to the doctorate program in Engineering and Public Policy (EPP) and will join the research team as a graduate research assistant this fall.
A financial report at the close of the 2020-21 fiscal year shows the university raising $25.03 million, marking the fourth time in the school's history that it has topped the $25 million mark in a fiscal year.
Lawrence University alumni will come together June 17-20 for a Virtual Reunion that will include honoring eight 2021 Alumni Award winners.
The job-hunting process for new Lawrence graduates amid a global pandemic has caused stress and anxiety. But according to three recent grads, it also has taught them to be adaptable and to tap into campus resources.
Here are eight Lawrence alumni who caught our attention in our second Eight Alumni, Eight Stories end-of-year feature.
For 50 years, Lawrence University students have been trekking to the London Centre for a term or two of study in one of the world’s most iconic cities.
Support your fellow Lawrentians while you shop for the holidays! Here's a guide to help you find your way.
Lawrence University’s Physics Department is again celebrating close connections with the winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics.
Jim Miller ’80 caught the marathon bug while running cross-country for Lawrence University in the late 1970s. What he’s done with that passion over the 40-plus years since puts him in very select company.
Satvir Kalsi ’17 and Harsimran Kalsi ’20 have spent their summer launching a biotechnology conference and finalizing the details on their own start-up business.