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March 24, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Carrye Jo Cony stood amongst six Lakeland University Beta Sigma Omega fraternity members, smiled and expressed her gratitude.“Thank you so much for thinking of others and helping members of our community,” said Cony, the volunteer coordinator for the Sheboygan Area Salvation Army. “God bless you.”For the fourth straight year, the Betas collected clothing, toiletries and cash during a campus-wide drive, then donated it all to the Salvation Army.This year, in addition to many gently-used clothing and toiletry items that filled…
March 23, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Zach Mock and Dante Williams, two of Lakeland University’s seven Sheboygan County Scholars, recently presented at Leadership Sheboygan County – the Chamber’s longest-running program. Mock, a sophomore, and Williams, a freshman, spoke at one of nine sessions of Leadership Sheboygan County. The two LU students told 30 representatives of local companies and organizations about Lakeland University, the institutional name change from college to university, some of LU’s top academic programs and the Sheboygan County Scholars program. Lakeland’s Sheboygan County Scholars…
March 22, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Four Lakeland University hospitality management students recently placed third in the “In the Works” management category at the Midwest Food Expo in Milwaukee. The quartet of Hailey Diney, A.J. Jacobchik, Tiffany Fischer and Patrick Webster presented their fictional restaurant, Grillz, which they marketed as a “BBQ experience.” Britannie Meinnert, LU’s instructor of hospitality management, explained that her students created the concept for the restaurant and presented all facets of their plan, including marketing, financials and a menu, to the judges.…
March 17, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Jessica Kalmar, Lakeland’s assistant professor of psychology, presented at the latest Lunch & Learn session, giving students great advice on applying for graduate school. Her advice ranged from how to ask people for letters of recommendation to how to negotiate the sometimes arduous graduate school application process. Kalmar holds a Ph.D. in psychology with a neuropsychology specialization from The Graduate Center of the City University of New York and a master’s in psychology from Queens College, City University of New…
March 15, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University’s inaugural Scholarship Day recently yielded $112,000 in grants, money that was dispersed among many of the 50 students who visited. The big prize was a renewable $5,000 leadership scholarship, won by Ryan Kautzer of Sheboygan Falls High School. Two $3,000 leadership scholarships and many more in increments of $500-$1,500, totaling $38,500, were awarded based on personal interviews. If you’re a current high school student, check out Lakeland’s numerous scholarship options and apply today.

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