Lawrence University senior Brock Daumler won first prize in the Wisconsin Alliance for Composers (WAC) contest for his composition, Via Negativa.
Geosciences professor Jeff Clark continues to push his students to do hands-on research. That includes using new technologies to study renewable energy, solar power, and changes in the Earth's surface.
Marifé Entenza-Sierra, a global studies and studio art double major, is mixing entrepreneurship and art skills in building a capstone project focused on Sierra Leone.
Senior Lucy Croasdale created a jazz composition under the direction of Patty Darling in advance of Fred Sturm Jazz Celebration Weekend. It was performed by visiting student bands.
Nora Lewis ’99, an accomplished musician, has been teaching oboe in the Lawrence Conservatory of Music since 2018. She's also providing key leadership among the Lawrence faculty, now serving as the associate dean of faculty.
Kristi Koshuta has joined Lawrence as its first first-year dean, focused on collaborations across campus that will elevate the first-year experience for Lawrentians.
Spencer Brown, a sophomore Government major with a love of theater, is among the students donning the suit of Lawrence’s newest Viking, Blu, the antelope mascot introduced last month.
Meet Gustavo Fares, a member of the Spanish faculty whose background includes training in law, painting, and printmaking, as well as a Ph.D. in Latin American literature.
Junior Bella “Bee” Goland, a biology major, has played a leading role in improvements in the Sustainable Lawrence University Garden, including development of the apiary.
Constance Kassor, associate professor of religious studies, focuses much of her teaching on Buddhist thought and Asian religious traditions and has been a frequent collaborator across departments since arriving at Lawrence in 2016.
Eliza Peetz, a sophomore from Fall River, Wisconsin, is working through the CCE to help her fellow Lawrence students feel prepared for the Nov. 8 general election. She is Lawrence’s first Civics & Society coordinator.
Tom McKenzie ’95 is the new director of Björklunden, Lawrence’s northern retreat. He has deep roots in Wisconsin and Door County, returning after spending the past 21 years in southern California.
Meet Arnold Shober, professor of government. He's been teaching about government and public policy at Lawrence since 2006 and frequently helps the media and community groups make sense of it all.
Ann Ellsworth, a horns professor in the Lawrence Conservatory, is a renowned soloist, recording artist, and chamber musician with a passion for social change.
Malcolm Davis, a senior from South Carolina, enjoys his work as president for the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC). He was elected to the leadership post in March.
Zachary Scot Johnson '06, a singer-songwriter in the Twin Cities, began posting a song a day on YouTube in September 2012. He's now done it for 10 years, with some well-known musicians joining him along the way.
Eric Simonson ’82 has carved out an impressive career in film, television, and theater, including winning an Academy Award. He points to Lawrence for preparing him for a life of exploration.
Tarrel Nedderman '22 is among Lawrence's newest grads finding exciting next steps. He's working for TitletownTech, a venture capital company in Green Bay.
Connections through Lawrence led two alumni, Bob Countryman ‘88 and Ilan Klages-Mundt ‘09, to open a craft brewery and taproom in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Josie Boyle ‘04 became intrigued with wine-making two decades ago while studying abroad in Paris. She's now running her own winery, Mousse Sparkling Wine Co., in Minnesota.
As president of the Lawrence University Alumni Association (LUAA) Board of Directors, Matt Murphy ’06 understands the importance of staying connected with your alma mater.
Luke Le '22 won the Capsim Challenge, a business simulation game in which players compete against teams from across the country to see who can generate the most profit.
Violinist Wen-Lei Gu brings brilliance to the classroom and the performance stage. The music professor has performed on some of the world's most iconic stages while maintaining a deep love of teaching.
Inspired by a class with history professor Brigid Vance, junior Jin Han set out to explore the history of some of the Wriston Art Galleries' East Asian artifacts.