Click for home. Lakeland University

Lakeland University Blog

The place to find out about the great things
we do at Lakeland University.

December 3, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Junior Amanda Majewski has a goal of becoming an elementary school teacher, and to help reach that, she's taking advantage of every opportunity she can to be around children. This summer, the Peshtigo, Wis., native stayed in Sheboygan and split her time serving internships with the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan and the Boys and Girls Club in Sheboygan Falls. The internships gave her a wide range of experiences that allowed her to put into practice what she's…
December 2, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Recently I've been finding myself in sort of a rut ... struggling to figure out what I want to do with my life, and why I haven't been feeling as happy as I want to be. It can be hard trying to act like you have it all together. I'm one of those people who hates acting like I need help, or that life isn't all sunshine and rainbows. I like being there for other people and coming across as…
November 28, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Baking cookies around Christmas time is a tradition in many kitchens. It’s also a tradition in Dion Borkowicz’s Lakeland University managerial accounting class. Students enrolled in managerial accounting offered this fall in the evening and online through Lakeland’s Sheboygan Center made cookies for a class project that covers many of the concepts taught as part of the course. “You might not think baking cookies would be useful in an accounting class, but this project is quite useful,” said Borkowicz, who…
November 25, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Karley Campbell took a chance on a unique opportunity and landed an experience most students dream about. Campbell, a junior from Sheboygan studying Business Administration and Spanish, was recently selected to be a part of Innovation Destination 2018, a 40 hour, four-state excursion that took her and nine peers to Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. She heard about Innovation Destination through her involvement in the The Commons’ nine-week Skills Accelerated program this fall. Innovation Destination is an all-expenses paid business…
November 19, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland seniors Daniel and Nicholas Koerber, both double majors in computer science and mathematics, presented at the 2018 NAO Robotic Congress in Boston on Nov. 1. Dan and Nick presented research on the possibilities of using humanoid robots to help dementia and autism patients. Their work generated much interest from not only the conference attendees and other presenters, but the developers of the NAO robots. They received Best of Conference 2018 awards. The only other university to present at the…

Take a virtual tour of Lakeland's campus anytime, anywhere

virtual tour

In the headlines

Education major making most of LU experience Education major making most of LU experience

Junior Amanda Majewski has a goal of becoming an elementary school teacher, and to help reach that, she's taking... More detail

News Archive

Blog Archive

What's on the calendar

8 Dec
Christmas Break: EWO
Dec 8 - Jan 21
10 Dec
Finals Week
Dec 10 - Dec 14
13 Dec
Black Minds Matter- Session 10
Dec 13 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
15 Dec
Christmas Break: Trad
Dec 15 - Jan 21

All Events