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October 5, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Homecoming 2018 was my fellow seniors and mine last homecoming as students at Lakeland. I’m not going to get super sentimental, but wow! The years sure have flown by! This year homecoming was filled with fantastic events, and many many alumni on campus to join in on all of the fun! The week really kicked off on Monday as students got to dress up as nerds, followed by professional dress on Tuesday! Wednesday was “wear your org” day, which meant…
September 25, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
In the world of higher education, Erin Kohl’s impressive resume is a bit of a rare find. As she approaches 15 years in the industry, this two-time Lakeland graduate has quickly climbed the ranks thanks to a variety of roles in academics, student services and marketing. Earlier this year, Kohl became dean of Madison College’s School of Business and Applied Arts. She oversees a school that offers programming in about 50 programs, from barber cosmetology to accounting and from animation…
September 24, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Editor’s note: This school year, senior AJ Zickuhr is working in the communications office. One of her primary assignments will be writing for the Lakeland Blog. Hey y'all! It’s me, AJ, and I want to take a minute to introduce myself. I’m from small-town Bettendorf, Iowa. (Corn rocks). I’m a huge family gal; I have three younger brothers and the world’s best parents. Also, this summer, I rescued my first pup. His name is Duke and I love him like…
September 18, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Five Lakeland students spent a portion of their summer in Belize, Central America, where they traveled for the bi-annual BIO 421 Tropical Ecology course. The students who took the 15-day excursion were: Lauren Bruggink (Oostburg, Wis., biochemistry), Amber Knutson (Waldo, Wis., biology), Mario Rafe (Bourbonnais, Ill., communication), Grace Schumacher (Plymouth, Wis., biology) and Chacone (Ben) Vue (Sheboygan, Wis., biology). This was the sixth time since 2008 that Associate Professor of Biology Paul Pickhardt has led a May trip to Belize. Jered McGivern, assistant…
September 17, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
KJ Odom is all about things that are old school. The Lakeland University senior finds fascination in the past. And by past, we are talking Mayan ruins and ancient Greece. A history major from Milwaukee, Odom served as an exhibitions and collections intern this past summer at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, the latest experience in a series of hands-on roles preparing him for a future working in history. The internship is continuing this fall. JMKAC presented…

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