LUDWiG hosts different events throughout the academic year, open to all. To access content and virtual events, join our Discord server or follow us on Facebook!

Spring Term 2022

Virtual Q+A with Judy Heumann | April 8th

12:30 PM CT. RSVP for the Virtual Q+A [link]:

Book Discussion | Late April 2022
Topic: Being Heumann

Dialogue Facilitation Training | April 2022
LUDWiG Meeting | May 2nd
LUDWiG Transition Group | May 3rd
LUDWiG Meeting | May 9th
LUDWiG Transition Group | March 10th
Disability Representation in Literature | May 2022
LUDWiG Meeting | May 16th
LUDWiG Transition Group | May 17th
LUDWiG Meeting | May 23rd
LUDWiG Transition Group | May 24th
LUDWiG Meeting | May 30th
Topic: Graduation Celebration and Stole Ceremony
Leadership Summit | Summer 2022

Past Events

Our past events include a Crip Camp film screening and discussion, discussions about ableism and non-disabled privilege, virtual social mixers, a Disability Policy and Advocacy event, a World Autism Day event, an I Am Greta film screening, the inaugural Summer Leadership Summit, an advance screening of the 2021 Sundance award-winning film CODA, a session organized by Career Services on the job search for students with disabilities, and a trip to Bjorklunden.

In addition to our outreach and programming, we work with Lawrence University students, administrators, faculty, and staff to create change. Our current initiatives include creating an Intro Disability Studies Course in collaboration with the Ethnic Studies department, installing 75 additional sharps containers on campus in collaboration with administrators, launching a peer advocacy program, and collaborating with other student organizations to implement initiatives in the areas of parking accessibility, meal plan and housing accommodations, and environmental justice and sustainability.