Engaged Learning is what characterizes a Lawrence education and distinguishes Lawrentians. Simply put, Lawrence students learn by doing.
It may sound small and quaint, but Appleton is no sleepy, remote burg.
Lawrentians are regular recipients of DownBeat Magazine’s coveted Student Music Award and the Fulbright U.S. Student grant.
Opportunities supported by Lawrence alumni, family and friends inspire students to follow their passions and realize their dreams.
From the laboratory to Lake Winnebago, Lawrentians learn by doing.
Lawrentians make regular trips to Sierra Leone, gaining valuable field experience and providing invaluable support to local communities.
Look inside a personalized Senior Experience, where students engage with faculty, alumni and business professionals to craft a deeply personal production.
Faculty and students join alumni professionals for an evening of musical collaboration.
Lawrence’s Sustainable China program transports students and faculty into the streets of the world’s most populous country for a liberal arts exploration.
Lawrentians have the unique opportunity to engage with influential world figures, who inspire intellectual exploration and invigorate community discussion.
All Lawrentians have the opportunity to collaborate intellectually, transcend boundaries and create something entirely new.
100+ students, 30+ countries, two incredible performances. Take a look at the 40th Cabaret rehearsals and hear from the students involved.
We’ve discovered that when students become fully engaged in the Lawrence experience, they're affected by a remarkable phenomenon.
From collaborative research to field experience, Senior Experience is both unique for each student and universal for students across the university.
Lawrence's jazz faculty introduces students to Lawrence's style of Engaged Learning.
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