PBS Wisconsin, Nov. 2, 2021
Mark Dupere, assistant professor of music, talks about serving as the conductor of the 2021 State Honors Orchestra and what music education has been like during the pandemic.
Spectrum News 1, Nov. 2, 2021
Stephanie Burdick-Shepherd, associate professor of education, and student Georgia Greenberg talk about the need to keep bringing talented teachers into the teaching profession.
WBAY-TV Channel 2, Nov. 1, 2021
Israel Del Toro, assistant professor of biology, and student Maggie McGlenn talk about the pollinator research being done at Lawrence courtesy of a nearly $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
Physics Magazine, Oct. 28, 2021
Allison Fleshman, associate professor of chemistry, talks with the American Physical Society (APS) about her love of textbooks and how that has helped inform her teaching.
Door County Pulse, Oct. 19, 2021
Karin Kopischke, instructor of theatre arts and costume shop supervisor, talks tips for designing Halloween costumes.
Appleton Monthly, Oct. 12, 2021
President Laurie A. Carter talks about her arrival at Lawrence and the expectation that Lawrence graduates will be "difference makers" in the world.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, Oct. 11, 2021
Coverage of the sixth annual Indigenous Peoples' Day celebration at Lawrence, including the dedication of the Otāēciah sculpture.
The Post-Crescent, Oct. 11, 2021
Jesus Smith, assistant professor of ethnic studies, shares his journey as part of a National Coming Out Day! feature shared across Gannett's Wisconsin markets.
Arts Engines, Oct. 3, 2021
President Laurie A. Carter talks with Arts Engines host Aaron Dworkin about leadership, change, and power of the arts.
Discover, Sept. 30, 2021
Jake Frederick, professor of history, talks about our resiliency through history when confronted with epic disasters.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, Sept. 27, 2021
Associate Professor of Music John Holiday appears on Channel 5's morning show to talk about his new single that is now streaming.
University Business, Sept. 9, 2021
Former Lawrence President Mark Burstein writes in an op-ed that higher education needs more efficient pathways to college for students from low-income families.
The Post-Crescent, Sept. 8, 2021
Casey Korn is introduced as the new men's basketball coach at Lawrence University.
The Post-Crescent, Sept. 7, 2021
Jason Brozek, Stephen Edward Scarff Professor of International Affairs and Associate Professor of Government, works with local leaders in an effort to improve bicycle safety along a stretch of State 96 between Appleton and Little Chute.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, August 30, 2021
Jerald Podair, emeritus history professor, talks about why some veterans are drawing comparisons between the fall of Saigon and recent events in Kabul, Afghanistan.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, August 24, 2021
Garrett Singer, director of the Center for Community Engagement and Social Change, and Molly Ruffing '22, the Equal Access to Education coordinator in the CCE, appeared on the Fox 11 morning show to talk about Lawrence students volunteering to assist students in the Appleton Area School District.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, August 12, 2021
President Laurie Carter speaks on her transition to Lawrence, the importance of a liberal arts education and working through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and The Post-Crescent, July 29, 2021
Lawrence President Laurie A. Carter and her journey in higher education leadership featured in series about difference-makers in Wisconsin.
Rolling Stone, July 23, 2021
Jesus Smith, assistant professor of ethnic studies, talks about the online discussion surrounding celebrities being called out for "queerbaiting."
WFRV-TV Channel 5, July 23, 2021
Israel Del Toro, assistant professor of biology, talks about the discovery of a rare bees in Appleton.
WHBY Radio, July 14, 2021
Leah McSorely, associate dean of students for international student services, talks with radio host Haley Tenpas about the Friendship Family Program that connects community residents with Lawrence's international students. The conversation begins shortly after the 31-minute mark.
The Post-Crescent, June 29, 2021
President Mark Burstein is featured as he ends his eight-year tenure leading Lawrence.
Forbes, June 15, 2021
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communications, joins other admissions leaders in talking about ways to harness the power of incentives, including targeted scholarships.
Cosmos, June 3, 2021
Marcia Bjornerud, the Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and professor of geology, on coming to grips with the vastness of geologic timescales.
Simplemost, June 2, 2021
Lawrence's Great Midwest Trivia Contest featured in robust list of college traditions.
WHBY Radio, June 1, 2021
President Mark Burstein joins Focus Fox Valley host Haley Tenpas for a conversation about his time at Lawrence. It begins at about the 21-minute mark of the June 1 show.
WISN-ABC Milwaukee, May 23, 2021
Christyn Abaray, assistant to the president, appearing on the weekly UPFRONT show, explains Lawrence's decision to require the COVID-19 vaccine for students.
Hechinger Report and Washington Post, May 22, 2021
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communications, speaks about the declining birthrate and its impact on college admissions.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 18, 2021
Christyn Abaray, assistant to the president, speaks about Lawrence requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for students living on campus beginning this summer.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, May 9, 2021
Christyn Abaray, assistant to the president, talks about the decision to require students living on campus to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
The Post-Crescent, May 7, 2021
Helen Boyd Kramer, lecturer in gender studies, speaks about the importance of Appleton supporting the tenets of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), including the trans community.
Spectrum News 1, May 1, 2021
Israel Del Toro, assistant professor of biology, talks about No Mow May efforts that have grown well beyond Appleton.
WBAY-TV Channel 2, April 29, 2020
Molly Ruffing '22 is featured for her work in creating the First of Many program, a collaboration with Kaukauna High School to help ease the path for first-generation college students.
Spectrum News 1, April 26, 2021
Feature on the new Lawrence University Mariachi Ensemble and the student, Jando Valdez '24, who has led the way.
WHBY, April 5, 2021
Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity and inclusion and associate dean of the faculty, joins Focus Fox Valley host Hayley Tenpas to talk about Upstander Training, including an upcoming session being hosted by Lawrence.
Insight magazine, March 30, 2021
Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity and inclusion and associate dean of the faculty, talks about her D&I work on and off campus.
Insider Higher Ed, March 29, 2021
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communications, speaks on admissions waiting lists and how they'll be affected by the pandemic.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 13, 2021
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communications, speaks to changes Lawrence has made to financial aid applications because of concerns with the CSS Profile.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, March 11, 2021
David Gerard, the John R. Kimberly Distinguished Professor of the American Economic System and associate professor of economics, talks about the latest Wisconsin jobless numbers and what it might mean for the economy going forward.
The Post-Crescent, March 8, 2021
Q&A with Laurie A. Carter following announcement that she would become Lawrence's 17th president.
Wisconsin Public Radio, March 8, 2021
Incoming President Laurie A. Carter talks about her interest in joining Lawrence and why it's a good fit.
Madison365, March 5, 2021
Interview with Laurie A. Carter following announcement that she would be Lawrence's new president.
The Post-Crescent, March 4, 2021
Coverage of the announcement of Laurie A. Carter as Lawrence's 17th president.
WHBY Radio, March 1, 2021
President Mark Burstein is the opening guest on Focus Fox Valley with host Haley Tenpas, talking about investments in the Be the Light! Campaign and how they will benefit Lawrence students for generations to come.
Insider Higher Ed, March 1, 2021
President Mark Burstein talks about the ongoing challenge to reach full-need status.
Inside Higher Ed, March 2, 2021
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communications, speaks on changing admissions deadlines due to the pandemic.
WBAY-TV Channel 2, February 26, 2021
President Mark Burstein talks about success of the Be the Light! Campaign and the many ways it benefits students today and in the future.
The Post-Crescent, February 25, 2021
Story, including interview with President Mark Burstein, following Lawrence's announcement that the Be the Light! Campaign closed at $232.6 million.
Spectrum News 1, February 23, 2021
Allison Fleshman, associate professor of chemistry, is featured in story and video about her family's Appleton microbrewery and how it incorporates science and learning for Lawrence students.
WFRV-TV, Channel 5, January 30, 2021
The annual Great Midwest Trivia Contest, run by Lawrence students, carries on for its 56th year despite obstacles posed by the pandemic.
WFRV-TV, Channel 5, January 20, 2021
David Gerard, the John R. Kimberly Distinguished Professor of the American Economic System and associate professor of economics, and Hillary Caruthers, assistant professor of economics, talk about the possibilities of raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
NBC26, January 14, 2021
Lawrence professors Beth De Stasio, Gustavo Fares, and Rosa Tapia are interviewed for their work with AP Daily, the College Board's video project to support high school Advanced Placement students during the pandemic.
Inside Higher Ed, January 14, 2021
Brian Pertl, dean of the Conservatory of Music, co-authors a column on the joys of hiring "mischief makers" in faculty and leadership positions.
The Post-Crescent, January 8, 2021
Arnold Shober, professor of government, discusses what it's going to take to repair confidence in our politics and government following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
NBC26, January 7, 2021
Arnold Shober, professor of government, talks about healing the fractured politics in the United States.
WLUK-TV Fox11, January 7, 2021
Jerald Podair, Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and professor of history, talks about class discussions in the wake of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The Post-Crescent, January 7, 2021
Voice professor John Holiday reflects on his time on NBC's The Voice, what comes next, and his enduring love for Lawrence.