Experts and Speakers Directory
Lakeland College is pleased to present its Speakers Directory. This guide lists faculty and staff members who are happy to share their expertise with the greater community. Lakeland is proud to connect with and serve as a vital resource to the communities it serves.
The directory is an educational service available to:
- Civic organizations
- Business and professional societies
- Schools and clubs
- Government organizations
- Religions organizations
- Other community gatherings
All members of Lakeland's Speakers Directory have a professional interest in the fields they represent, and welcome the opportunity to bring new ideas to your next meeting or event.
To request a speaker, contact Lakeland's community relations manager at (920) 565-1050. If you cannot find a topic that fits your needs, please don't hesitate to ask and we will work to find a speaker who can meet your specific needs.
Please contact us at least four weeks in advance of your event when requesting a speaker. However, if you need a speaker on shorter notice, we will attempt to work with you to meet your needs.
Lakeland operates its Speakers Directory as a public service; however, some of our speakers may request an honorarium to cover presentation supplies/materials and travel. Honorariums will be negotiated on a case-by-case basis prior to the engagement of a speaker.
Congratulations on earning a place on Lakeland College's Dean's Honor List! Now it's time to share your good news!
Lakeland will be sending a news release listing Dean's List honorees to the following newspapers:
- The Sheboygan Press
- Appleton Post Crescent
- Green Bay Press Gazette
- Milw. suburban papers (CNI papers)
- Wisconsin State Journal
- The Capital Times
- Chippewa Falls Herald
- Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
If your community is served by a newspaper not included on this list, we've designed an easy way for you to write your own news release to send to your community newspaper. Just fill in the blanks on the news release below with your personal information and submit it to your local newspaper for publication.
An interactive version of this form and a completed sample release are available online at http://lakeland.edu/deanslist.
How can you determine where to send your release? The easiest way is by visiting your local newspaper's website, or by calling and asking them for an email address where news of your (or your family member's) recognition on the Dean's List can be sent. Most newspapers will prefer to receive this release electronically.
58th Lakeland College Music Camp
Registration opens Wednesday, March 19
The Lakeland College Music Camp will return July 27-Aug. 2, 2014. Our comprehensive Music Camp will feature bands, choirs, orchestra, and piano ensembles as well as elective classes in music, dance, and much more. Campers with at least a year of music experience who are going into the sixth grade through high school graduates are eligible to attend.
More information will be available soon. Fill out the form below and be among the first to receive information on this year's camp.
Download the Lakeland College 2014 music camp brochure here!
If you are paying by check or you are a Lakeland College Employee signing up your son/daughter download the PDF version of this form here!
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Town Hall Chats
Lakeland College President Dan Eck discusses issues facing Lakeland College at town hall chat. These meetings are broadcast over the phone. Joined by Vice President for Advancement, Ken Strmiska, Eck takes questions from alumni all around the country about how the college is moving forward as he outlines plans for the future.
An archive of previous Town Hall Chats are below.