Lawrence University senior Tomi Oladunjoye crafted a self-directed music major focused on electronic music and entrepreneurship. He’s in the early stages of launching a music-focused wellness enterprise that creates, among other things, sound bath symphonies.
Get to know Mark Phelan, an associate professor of philosophy who has spent his career studying the human mind. His research is at the intersection of philosophy, psychology, and linguistics.
Anders Hanhan, a junior from St. Paul, Minnesota, has taken his passion for environmental issues into his work as Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) president.
Giacomo Bocanegra, a sophomore economics major from Trujillo, Peru, has pursued hands-on entrepreneurship experiences through internships and participation in an investment academy.
Noemi Delgado joined Lawrence earlier this year as the director of Accessibility Services and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) coordinator. She's working to ease the process for a student’s accommodation needs to be effectively addressed.
Gail Cordry M-D’58 awarded Gertrude Breithaupt Jupp M-D’18 Outstanding Service Award
Louis Cornelius ’68 awarded Gertrude Breithaupt Jupp M-D’18 Outstanding Service Award
John Wiesman ’83 awarded George B. Walter ’36 Service to Society Award
Regina Cornish Morales ’17 awarded Nathan M. Pusey Young Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award
Nebal Maysaud ’17 awarded Nathan M. Pusey Young Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award
Louis Butler ’73 awarded Lucia Russell Briggs Distinguished Achievement Award
Rebecca (Becky) Perry, a member of the Lawrence faculty since 2017, plays a lead role in the study of music theory in the Conservatory of Music. She explores a range of musical styles and genres along the way.
Jasper Kashou, a fourth-year student from Cedarburg, Wisconsin, has found success in both his composition and performance work at Lawrence. Both recently took center stage.
Sarah Matthews, a senior art history major, has curated an art exhibition on display at the Wriston Art Galleries. It shines a light on textiles made by women in Milwaukee during the Great Depression.
In addition to his teaching in religious studies and global studies, Martyn Smith has led the First-Year Studies program the past two years. He embraces learning through big conversations and interdisciplinary thinking.
Emily Dorr ’23, a music education major, has been committed to building community among others at Lawrence who are aspiring to teach music. She is leading the planning for an annual symposium.
Junior Sela Dombrower used her growing Arabic skills to get the most out of her study abroad experience in Jordan. She studied in Amman for five months, writing blog posts of her experience.
Jacob Dalton '17 came to Lawrence to study theatre arts. Along the way, he fell in love with filmmaking and has now launched a film business in Los Angeles.
Hannah Jeané Jones ’22, now a first-year classical voice master’s student at Manhattan School of Music in New York City, is a cohort member in Denyce Graves’ Shared Voices program.
Sigma Colón’s teaching and writing have ranged from cultural geography and environmental humanities to histories of race and colonialism since coming to Lawrence six years ago.
Natalie Fordwor ’12 has taken the interdisciplinary lessons learned at Lawrence and applied them to her business plan in Ghana, which includes a children's TV show.
Brian Piasecki, associate professor of biology, believes in learning by doing. He takes that approach into the biology lab as he collaborates on research with Lawrence students.
Monica Rico, a member of the history faculty at Lawrence, specializes in the history of early and 19th-century America. We talked with her about interests in and out of the classroom.
Lawrence University senior Brock Daumler won first prize in the Wisconsin Alliance for Composers (WAC) contest for his composition, Via Negativa.