Sharing Your Legacy
Thank you for sharing your story on why you chose to join Legacy Circle. There is such strength in donor testimonials and we would like the opportunity to feature you on this website and possibly in Lawrence publications.
Please use the form below to submit your story and then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a high resolution picture of you or you and your family so we can feature you soon.
Thank you again for taking the time to share your legacy story!
Evan Stroud, 2020
Florence Waste Pulver Scholarship
"I don't think I could have asked for a greater four years in my entire life. My time at Lawrence University has been long yet rewarding. I have matured in ways I wouldn't have thought of and most importantly, I have found myself inside a home within a rigorous academic community. Having the opportunity to be multi-interested and being able to learn about those interests defines the unique perspective of a liberal arts college. As a biochemistry and cello performance major, Lawrence has given me the chance to study two majorly different fields. I think that Lawrence doesn't just present its students with an academic experience but really lets its students grow into adulthood. Personally, I am thankful for the wonderful generosity of the Florence Waste Pulver Scholarship because it has allowed me to put my financial worries to rest. Without having this worry, I can focus on what I am here to do. I am thankful every day for making the decision to attend this school but importantly, I am thankful for those that help others."
Maria Poimenidou, 2020
"I am currently a senior double majoring in biochemistry and economics and minoring in Innovation & Entrepreneurship. I cannot express enough how much I appreciate the Theodore Diamandopoulos Memorial Scholarship, without it, my Lawrence experience would not be possible. I have enjoyed being a mentor in the CORE freshman mentorship program, playing and working for the Women's Basketball team, competing in Model United Nations, interning as a lab assistant at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, hosting a pilot STEM program for young unaccompanied refugees in Greece, and volunteering through KidsGive during a field trip to Sierra Leone. Thank you so much for supporting me in doing the things I dream to do."