The Pieper Family Foundation is based in Wisconsin and focuses its philanthropy on the promotion of servant leadership and on character education in K-12 schools.
This collection contains annual reports, which are documents prepared by Lawrence’s Pieper Family Chairs in Servant Leadership in response to annual requests from the Pieper Family Foundation. The Foundation asks that every institution endowed with a Chair in Servant Leadership report on progress towards seven goals stipulated by the Foundation. The reports are submitted at the end of each calendar year.
Lawrence’s Pieper Chairs have been Professor Alan Parks (Mathematics; 2007-2010) and Professor Monica Rico (History; 2010-2013). The President, in consultation with the Provost of the Faculty and the current chair holder, appoints the Chair for terms of three years. The mission of the Chair is to develop and support leadership opportunities for Lawrence students that link the curriculum to community service.
While these reports represent a survey of all the work done under the auspices of the Office of Engaged Learning, they are not a complete record of Lawrence’s community engagement. Interested readers should also consult the website of the Volunteer and Community Service Center. Individual faculty members and students also initiate community-based research and service that may not be recorded by institutional offices.
Reports from 2014
2013 Annual Report to the Pieper Foundation, Mark Jenike
Reports from 2013
2012 Annual Report to the Pieper Foundation, Monica Rico
Reports from 2012
2011 Annual Report to the Pieper Foundation, Monica Rico
Reports from 2011
2010 Annual Report to the Pieper Foundation, Monica Rico
Reports from 2010
2009 Annual Report to the Pieper Foundation, Alan Parks
Reports from 2009
2008 Annual Report to the Pieper Foundation, Alan Parks
Reports from 2008
2007 Annual Report to the Pieper Foundation, Alan Parks