Tag Archives: career

Career symposium provides opportunities

Career Services is launching their new Career Symposium on April 7-8. The symposium features multiple workshops for students to engage with alumni and campus friends to explore careers, expand their networks and envision their futures after Lawrence. Spaces for the event are limited, so every student is highly encouraged to pre-register on LUworks using the

Symposium allows students to explore career and major options

Senior Monica Paniagua Montoya talks about her research to interested students at the symposium. Photo by Luke Payne Lawrence University’s first annual Major, Intern and Research Symposium took place on Thursday, Oct. 13, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Warch Campus Center. Sponsored by Career Services, the Dean of Students Office and the

Transcend the blanket fort

Choosing a major and career path can be a concern for multi-interested and too-talented-for-your-own-good Lawrence students. The more opportunities for consideration, the more difficult it becomes to focus on fewer interests and pursuits, both during and after college. Occasionally I hear the advice from adults or peers that “You will figure it all out.” We

Staff Editorial: American Sign Language at Lawrence

While Lawrence University offers a healthy variety of languages, we currently lack any curricular opportunities to learn American Sign Language (ASL). While ASL is not technically a foreign language, it remains unfamiliar to many Americans. Our society lacks the ability to communicate with the deaf community, which studies estimate includes over one million Americans. As

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