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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Austin Segrest, assistant professor of English and recipient of the 2022 Faculty Convocation Award, is seeing his poetry find new audiences this year following the release of his debut book, Door to Remain.
Stephanie Burdick-Shepherd has been preparing Lawrence students for the world of teaching since joining the Education Studies faculty in 2015.
Peter Peregrine, professor of anthropology, puts an academic focus on the evolution of complex societies. He also curates Lawrence’s archaeological and ethnographic artifacts and ID's hidden cemeteries.
Karen Carr has taught courses on 19th- and 20th-century religious thought and philosophy of religion for 35 years.
Meet Beth De Stasio, the Raymond H. Herzog Professor of Science and professor of biology. She has been a leading faculty voice in the sciences at Lawrence for three decades.
Get to know Dylan Fitz, associate professor of economics. He specializes in development economics, with research that evaluates the effectiveness of social programs and the causes of poverty.
Megan Pickett, associate professor of physics, is an educator of and an advocate for the night sky, inspiring students to pursue the wonders of astronomy.
Andrew Mast stepped up to organize the January recital that helped launch the year-long 175th celebration. He did so in part because he has been fascinated by the school’s rich history ever since he arrived on the Conservatory faculty in 2004.
Two of Joanne Metcalf’s compositions are on Singer Pur’s 2021 release, Among Whirlwinds, an album that landed on the Best Albums of the Year list at BR-Klassik, a Munich-based public radio station.
Asha Srinivasan, an associate professor of music who has composed 21 musical pieces while at Lawrence, continues to make her mark as a talented composer.
Jason Brozek, an associate professor of government and chair of environmental studies, is making an impact on campus and off.
Melissa Range, an associate professor of English at Lawrence, is an acclaimed poet with a love of both creative writing and literature.
Kathy Privatt and the stage have gone hand in hand for more than two decades of teaching at Lawrence University.
Assistant Professor of Biology Israel Del Toro studies bees, researches bee habitats, teaches about bees, caters to bees on the Lawrence University campus, and advocates for bees across the Fox Valley.
Gary Vaughan, coordinator of Lawrence’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program and lecturer of economics, lives the words “innovation” and “entrepreneurship.”
Professor Dane Richeson has crafted a career that has allowed him to explore music around the world and share performance space with a diverse array of talented artists.
Alyssa Hakes, associate professor of biology, involves her students in her research to understand how the spatial location of plants and plant traits might influence interactions with other organisms.