The place to find out about the great things
we do at Lakeland University.
Four Lakeland University students, two LU professors and a Lakeland graduate are busy preparing for an incredible collaborative effort, one that will culminate in Africa nearly two months from now.When completed, this unique student-faculty research and performance project will be responsible for feeding people in the nation of Malawi for years to come through the fascinating technology of aquaponics.The official title of this two-month initiative is, “The Business of Science: Empowering Entrepreneurship through the Design and Installation of a Start-Up…
Lakeland graduate Donna Wendlandt was a high school sophomore in 1966 when the Sheboygan YMCA hired her as a swim instructor.She never left. Wendlandt, now the Sheboygan County YMCA’s CEO, has been a pillar of leadership for the nonprofit organization for more than five decades.“I enjoy Sheboygan,” she said. “And the YMCA has always been very open to my ideas and leadership style, has welcomed new programming and embraced new ideas. I’ve been very blessed.”Wendlandt’s dedication and accomplishments were recently…
Lakeland University exercise science students Josh Reisimer, Casey Takahashi, Dan Janeshek and Samantha Williams, along with Associate Professor of Exercise Science William Ebben, presented the studies titled, "Evaluation of lower limb asymmetry during increasingly challenging jump conditions" and "Force and power profile of plyometric box jumps" at the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Wisconsin State Clinic at Carroll University on April 8, 2017.
LU ONE, Lakeland University’s new alumni-student mentorship program, recently closed out a successful first semester with a luncheon. LU ONE (Opportunity, Network & Experience), which matches successful Lakeland graduates with current students, will return for the 2017-18 academic year. Student applications are due Sept. 15, and all rising sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply. During the pilot launch this spring, 32 graduates were paired with 32 students. Some students toured their mentors’ workplaces, conducted practice interviews, regularly exchanged emails…
Opening night of Lakeland University’s annual Student Art Exhibit celebrated the outstanding work of students throughout the academic year with an awards ceremony. The exhibit features the best student art from throughout the academic year. First place, Best in Show, went to a quartet of ART 315 graphic design typography students who created a trivia board game called “Type 101.” The students, Brandon Franke, Taryn Mills, Emma Schad and Fong Thao, created the game from its inception to the design…
Check out the social feed
Connect With Us
In the headlines
What's on the calendar
Nov 22 - Nov 26
Nov 22 - Nov 26