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September 11, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University's Financial Aid & Educational Funding Office will be offering free financial aid information nights at high schools around the region this fall. Prospective college students and parents can attend to learn more about the process of applying for financial aid and get their questions answered. Below is the schedule of Lakeland's presentations. Contact the school for the specific room location. All events will start at 6 p.m. unless noted: Sept. 12 - Sheboygan South High School Sept. 16…
September 10, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
Retired attorney and Constitutional expert Michael H. Gillick will explore the foundations of the U.S. Constitution during Lakeland University's annual Constitution Day Lecture on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m. in the Bradley Theatre. This free lecture is open to the public. In 2004, a federal law designated Sept. 17, the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day in the U.S. Gillick will explore the foundation of our Constitution and discuss how the document…
September 5, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
A history-making alumna shared some sage advice as Lakeland formally celebrated the start of the academic year with its annual Opening Convocation on Thursday. A packed Bradley Theatre heard from Judge Kashoua Kristy Yang, a circuit court judge in Milwaukee County who received her bachelor's degree in computer science from Lakeland in 2003. She was elected to a six-year term on bench on April 4, 2017, becoming the first Asian American judge to be elected in Wisconsin without appointment, and…
September 3, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University will formally celebrate the start of the academic year with its annual Opening Convocation on Thursday, Sept. 5, at 11 a.m. in the Bradley Theatre. The keynote message will be given by Judge Kashoua Kristy Yang, a circuit court judge in Milwaukee County who received her bachelor's degree in computer science from Lakeland in 2003. She was elected to the bench on April 4, 2017, becoming the first Asian American judge to be elected in Wisconsin without appointment,…
August 15, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
Karl Elder's "Phobophobia," published in 1987 in collaboration with Prickly Pear Press as a special issue of his magazine, "Seems," has been re-released by the global publishing house Cyberwit of India. "For years I have bemoaned the fact that 'Phobophobia,' considered by some readers the most inventive of my 10 collections of poems, has been out of print," Elder said. "Then, early this summer, from halfway around the world—as if in words too good to be true—arrived an invitation to…

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