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February 3, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
This was one trip Callie Olson won’t soon forget. The Lakeland College junior recently returned from Washington, D.C., where for five days, she represented two Division III conferences at the NCAA Convention. Olson, a Muskies basketball player, earned this prestigious appointment through her hard work as Lakeland’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative. Women’s coach Lindsey Vande Hoef nominated Olson for the national SAAC rep position, and Olson went through the application process last fall. Weeks later, she received an email…
February 2, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
Over the course of 13 fast-paced school days in May, Lakeland College students will have an opportunity to interactively delve into the fascinating life of Abraham Lincoln. “Focusing on Lincoln: A Visual Revival” is a 2015 May Term class that will study our 16th President through literature, poetry, paintings, photos, film and travel. The three-credit intensive class includes two days and two nights in Springfield, Ill., where Lincoln lived for more than a decade as an adult and where he…
January 29, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
Kayla Stevens isn’t sure where her career path will take her, but she knows what the finish line should represent. “This might sound hokey, but I want to make a difference in people’s lives,” says the 2013 Lakeland College grad. “I don’t know exactly what the future looks like, and the more I try to figure it out, the less clear it becomes. But I’m willing to take chances and keep looking for opportunities to help people. That’s what lasts…
January 27, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
By the time Emmaculate Dika graduates from Lakeland College in May, she will have built a resume so strong, it will catch the eye of employers everywhere. Dika, a senior from Kenya, is double majoring in international business and business management, with a minor in economics. But what stands out about Emma is that she will graduate with four internships on her resume. “They have all truly helped me develop professionally,” Emma says. “Developing my communication skills and working with…
January 26, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
Lakeland College’s Exercise Science and Sport Studies bachelor’s degree provides interested students with comprehensive preparation for graduate study in physical therapy. College students who plan to become physical therapists must earn a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT), which has become the required degree to enter this increasingly popular – and competitive – field. The DPT track is “four-plus-three,” which means students earn a bachelor’s degree, generally natural-sciences based, then apply for and complete three years of DPT school. The…
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