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June 6, 2016 In Lakeland University Blog
Camille Solberg is pumped up about serving as president of the Lakeland College Council of Ambassadors. “It’s very exciting for me, and I feel honored to have been elected by my peers,” says Solberg, who earned a master’s degree in K-12 guidance counseling from Lakeland in 2007. “What I will bring to the equation is a strong desire to expand our population and motivate our alumni. I think we need to engage them and present to them leadership roles. If…
May 16, 2016 In Lakeland University Blog
Nine Lakeland College students are in the midst of a nearly two-week adventure in England, where they will study Great Britain’s sports history and culture up close.The students – Afton Barrows, Sarah Dahm, Crystal Dickman, Gage Hackl, Nathan Miller, Eric Nygaard, Tyler Schaut, Amber Sitte and Brooke Wilder-Corrigan – are enrolled in “The Class History of British Sports May 2016,” a May Term class being taught by Rick Dodgson, associate professor of history and native of Great Britain.Prior to flying…
May 12, 2016 In Lakeland University Blog
Three members of Lakeland’s faculty shared their expertise with more than two dozen Neenah-area senior citizens earlier this week at the college’s Fox Cities Center.The free, two-hour event, titled “School for Seniors,” was a collaborative initiative between Lakeland and Neenah’s Committee on Aging.Following introductory remarks by organizer Joshua Kutney, Lakeland’s assistant professor of composition, Neenah Mayor Dean Kaufert welcomed the audience. Herb Allen, a retired psychiatrist, then discussed the value of engaging new ideas throughout the lifespan. He shared with the…
May 9, 2016 In Lakeland University Blog
More than 40 Sheboygan Falls High School students recently spent half-a-day at Lakeland College, working with top Lakeland students and learning how to cut, splice and manipulate DNA.The high school students, enrolled in Lakeland’s Concurrent Academic Progress Program (CAPP) life sciences class, conducted agarose gel electrophoresis.Learning from and working with standout Lakeland students Addison Mertler, C.J. Mueller, Emily Thomas and Brooke Wilder-Corrigan, the Falls students isolated DNA from bacterial cells, cut that DNA using enzymes, and visualized the resulting DNA…
May 4, 2016 In Lakeland University Blog
IM4.Technically, the acronym stands for Illinois (where two of the young men were born), Michigan (where the other two were born) and four (because, well, there are four).But there’s a deeper meaning to IM4, a meaning that strengthens with time.“There are four of us, but in reality, we’re one person,” says Joshua Guy.Sunday afternoon, Guy, Romain Johnson II, Vincent Stepney-Willis and Marvin Warfield graduated from Lakeland College, completing a journey that started in the summer of 2012 and ended with…
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