The ACE office invites the campus community to join us for our next Learning @ Lawrence session. This Friday our speakers are Katie Mueller ’20 and Linda Morgan-Clement, Julie Esch Hurvis Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life and Chaplain to the University. They will be discussing Song and Silence; an invitation to embodied uncertainty.
The ACE office started the new Learning @ Lawrence program in June, when we were unable to host other Lunch at Lawrence, Alumni College at Reunion, and Bjorklunden Summer Seminars programs. We invite the campus community to join us! This Friday our speaker is Dr. Matthew Arau ’97, assistant professor of Music, chair of the Music Education Department, and associate director of Bands.
There have been so many great efforts made by alumni to support our community in this unprecedented time. As the ACE office, we want to make sure they know we appreciate them. If you are a faculty member and an alum is adding value to your new distance learning curriculum or a staff member or student who has been helped by an alum in an impactful way, please fill out our form below! We want to send them a gift.
They may not be able to join us physically on campus, but we can send a little LU spirit to them. Please help us give them a proper thank you by letting the Alumni Office know.
Lawrence University Student Ambassador Program (SAP) is looking to receive new
membership for this upcoming year. Please help us by nominating any
student, not including departing seniors, who seeks to promote
Lawrence pride and philanthropy with the purpose of making the lasting Lawrence
experience better for past, present, and future Lawrentians. The Student
Ambassador Program seeks to inform the student body of the impact personal
donations have on their Lawrence experience, with the ultimate goal of helping
students with their eventual transition into active alumni after graduation.
Our outreach to the student body involves working on different events
throughout the year that are focused on raising awareness of philanthropy’s
impact on Lawrence and connecting current students with alumni. Our mission is
The Student Ambassador Program
(SAP) bridges the gap between students and alumni, spreading awareness of
philanthropy’s impact in order to instill gratitude and lasting Lawrence pride.
SAP strives to be the voice of
the student body by discussing opportunities of connection between alumni and
the campus. Through our programs and events, SAP pushes for a more conscious
and caring Lawrence that gives, lives, and learns as a community.
Janice Staedt, otherwise known as the rock, the glue, organized, efficient, detailed, collaborative, amazing to the core. Well, after 12 glorious years, she is about to add another one to the list – RETIRED! She will log out of Banner for the final time on Friday, January 10. While it might be difficult to imagine a Lawrence without Janice, it is not at all difficult to celebrate the impact she has made. She has touched nearly every corner of campus through her work in alumni and donor engagement. Suffice it to say, she has earned a more relaxed approach to life, enjoying bike rides with her husband, more time in Arizona and bottomless cactus juice cocktails.
To celebrate all things Janice, we will be hosting a Janice Jubilee on Thursday, January 9 from 4-6 p.m. in the Viking Room. Bon Appetit will provide some treats and a cash bar will be available. Join us for the fun!
Tomorrow, October 18, Lawrence will be hosting Microsoft President Brad Smith for a community conversation about this new book, Tools and Weapons: The Promise and Peril of the Digital Age. With nearly 450 alumni, community members, faculty, staff and students expected to fill every seat in Stansbury Theatre, we are asking for your help rolling out the blue carpet for our guests. Please refrain from parking in the following lots on Friday morning:
· Music-Drama Center
· Faculty/staff lot on the SW corner of Lawe and Washington
The forecast is calling for 57 and partly cloudy skies – a perfect fall morning for a nice walk or bike ride across campus!
Darcy Kind ’97, Conservation Biologist at the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, will be coming to Lawrence for a casual networking lunch on Friday, October 11 to talk to students about careers in Biology and Conservation.
For more information please contact the Center for Career, Life & Community Engagement.
Andrew Miller ’96, Senior Client Advisor at Kepos Capital, LP. is coming to Lawrence on Tuesday, October 15 to talk to students about careers in finance. For more information contact the Center for Career, Life and Community Engagement.
The deadline is drawing near for a December trip hosted by Lawrence University Alumni Travel to explore sites that were significant in the Civil Rights fight.
The tour of Civil Rights sites in the Deep South will take place Dec. 5-12, led by Freedom Lifted. Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity and inclusion and associate dean of the faculty at Lawrence, and Timothy Ann Burnside, a 2002 Lawrence alum who is the museum specialist in curatorial affairs at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, will be on the tour.
The deadline for registering is Sept. 12.
Freedom Lifted tours provide opportunities to meet with Civil Rights movement veterans and local experts and visit important spaces.
The fee is $2,500 per person, with departure from Memphis. For details, contact Mark Breseman at 920-832-6519 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reunion 2019 is here! Over the course of the next 4 days, over 1,000 alumni, friends and family will be back on campus for a celebration of all the people, places and programs that make us uniquely Lawrence. For a complete list of events, please check out the online schedule of events, and then join in the fun. Do you want to know who’s coming back? You can search that list online as well.
We are asking for your help in rolling out the red (or should I say blue?) carpet for our guests. With so many alumni back on campus, parking will be limited.Please make an effort to use street or off-campus parking on Thursday, June 13 and Friday, June 14. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.