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News and Events
News and Events
President Stephen Schutt spoke on Chicago’s WBBM-Radio about the value of small colleges and how Lake Forest College is moving forward amid the pandemic.
Dr. William Hartman ’94, an anesthesiologist at the University of Wisconsin, is part of a small coalition of doctors leading the charge on an experimental treatment that helps fight COVID-19.
Members of the Class of 2020 are the first in Lake Forest College history to complete their degrees in a remote-learning environment. However, this year’s graduating class holds another distinction: At 17-years-old, Niam Abeysiriwardena ’20 is believed to be the youngest graduate in the College’s history.
With the 2020 Commencement ceremony postponed until fall, the College will come together virtually for a Senior Celebration on Saturday, May 9, to recognize the graduation and accomplishments of the Class of 2020.
The Foresters CAREer 2020 Initiative connects seniors with select members of the Forester network for video calls to provide them with support and career advice, tips for success, and referrals wherever possible during these unprecedented times.
Associate Professor of Economics, Business, and Finance Amanda J. Felkey published a paper, “Flex your empathy muscles while you wash your hands,” in Profiles in Diversity Journal.
Associate Professor of Music Scott Edgar discusses and explores the different ways in which students can connect with learning music, an emotional and social art form, while studying remotely.
An email to students from the Health and Wellness Center offered a variety of strategies for coping with the stress of finals, especially during the current remote-learning environment.
Physics and math double-major John LaPonte ’20 landed a job weeks before graduation with a Chicago-area company that is developing automation machinery for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Associate Professor and Chair of Theater Richard Pettengill has been inviting well-known theater artists from around the country to visit his courses via Zoom during remote learning.