Meet the Off-Campus Programs Office Staff!

 

Lezlie Weber

Director of Off-Campus Programs

Lezlie Weber, Director of Off-Campus ProgramsLezlie Weber is the Director of Off-Campus Programs at Lawrence University.  She enjoys meeting students and helping them achieve their goals.  Feel free to reach out to her regarding any questions you may have about Off-Campus Programs. During her undergraduate degree she studied studio art abroad in Australia through an exchange program.  Lezlie completed her M.A. in International Education from SIT Graduate Institute and after graduate school she lived and worked in Lima, Peru.  Last summer, she completed a Fulbright International Education Administrators Seminar to the Republic of Korea.

The best way to make an appointment with Lezlie is to submit this form with your availability to meet during business hours. 

 

 

Shannon Featherstone

Off-Campus Programs Assistant

Shannon Featherstone Off-Campus Programs AssistantAs the Off-Campus Programs Assistant, Shannon looks forward to helping students figure out which off-campus programs might be right for them. “Looking back at my study abroad opportunities, they were some of the best and yet most challenging times (in a good way!) in my life.” Shannon has a bachelor’s degree in German as well as a master’s degree in Germanic Languages. She speaks German and has dabbled in Swedish, Russian, Spanish and French. Through study abroad participation, she has lived in Germany on five different occasions for a total of two-and-a-half years, both as a student and as an English language teaching assistant.

 

 

 

 

Camille Robertson '22

Off-Campus Programs Student Assistant

Film Studies Major
English and Spanish Minors

Camille Robertson laughing sitting on a bench in Spain.Camille Robertson is a fourth-year student from Portland, Oregon, who recently spent Winter and Spring Terms of 2021 on the ISA Spanish Immersion program in Granada, Spain. "Traveling to a country I’d never been to where I barely spoke the language at the height of the pandemic was genuinely one of the scariest things I’ve ever done, but the reward was so much greater than I could have even imagined. The process of learning a second language was and is so fulfilling, and, cliché as it may be, the people I met and the experiences I had in Spain were truly life-changing — there’s just no other way to put it!"

 

 

 

 

Earl Simons, Jr. '22

London Centre Student Assistant

Government Major
Ethnic Studies Minor

Earl Simons Jr. Headshot taken outdoorsEarl is interested in exploring how communities, both domestic and international, can interact and come together to influence, encourage development, and foster creativity with one another. This, however, does not dull his passion and love for jazz. Earl has been playing the trumpet for 11 years and continued his passions at Lawrence University by joining the Lawrence University Jazz Ensemble (LUJE), small combos, and receiving private lessons from Professor John Daniel. After traveling to London during the Fall term of his senior year, Earl developed a passion for both music and the study of Black studies. Traveling through Europe while listening and playing with a diverse set of musicians gave him the understanding of what identity means not only in America but globally as well.