Bertrand A. Goldgar London Fellowship
Provides up to $2500 to pursue independent research in London. The fellowship is awarded on a competitive basis to a current Lawrence University student, preferably an English major or minor.
Through the generosity of the Lawrence University Alumni Association (LUAA) Board of Directors, the Bridge Fund will support non-profit unpaid internships.
John & Barbara Knapp P’89 Fund for Career Exploration and Development
The John & Barbara Knapp P’89 Fund for Career Exploration and Development will support programs and initiatives designed to expand and enhance students’ understandings of career options. The fund will support experiential opportunities for individual students including externships, informational interviews and internships in a variety of fields.
Estelle Ray Reid Scholarship
For students attending library school.
Funding Information Network membership
Provides access to the “Foundation Grants to Individuals” database, allowing students, alumni, and community members to identify possible grant opportunities for their continued education, scholarly, or creative work.
Kaitlin Mahr Internship in English
The KAITLIN MAHR INTERNSHIP IN ENGLISH was established in 2019 in memory of Kaitlin Mahr, a member of the Lawrence University Class of 2009, whose life was tragically cut short in 2007 due to depression and an accidental overdose. As a student, Kaitlin was majoring in English, a member of Melee Dance Troupe and a LARY Buddy tutor. This fund will allow students to seek prominent internships in large and mid-sized publishing houses and other literary endeavors in New York, Minnesota, California, and elsewhere. Internships might also take place at smaller independent presses, or in new media, journalism, digital marketing, etc. Preference will be given to students who are majoring in English. The KAITLIN MAHR INTERNSHIP IN ENGLISH will provide a stipend to cover travel and living expenses.
The Brayton Fund and Chaney Fund for Excellence in History
These funds enable students to become productive historians through collaboration with departmental faculty. This fund provides support for Senior Experience projects, trips to archives, original research and other activities that immerse students in the real world of history. For more information, contact Professor Jake Frederick.