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July 19, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University’s exercise science professor and students present six research studies at the National Strength and Conditioning Association 41st Annual National Conference in Indianapolis, Ind., held July 11-14. Dylan Lange presented the study titled, “The effect of weekly training volume, sport participation, and occupational labor on strength and conditioning performance” Co-investigators included Andrew Kossow, Mike Duehring and William Ebben, associate professor of exercise science. Josh Reisimer presented the study titled, “Force and power profile of plyometric box jumps.” Co-investigators included…
July 10, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University junior Emily Grzesiak is studying abroad in London this summer, the first Muskie to participate in Lakeland in London, a partnership between LU and the Foundation for International Education (FIE). Grzesiak is taking coursework and serving an internship in the accounting and finance department of a marketing firm as part of the eight-week summer program. She is an accounting major, and plans to earn her bachelor’s degree and master of business administration in four years. She’s also finding…
June 26, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Nearly two dozen motivated high school students recently created and pitched business plans as part of Lakeland University’s inaugural Academy for Aspiring Entrepreneurs. A total of 21 students, mainly high school juniors, were part of an intensive and fun four-day program that taught students how to build a successful business plan, including marketing, operations and a financial plan for a business of their choosing. The week culminated Thursday morning with five teams of students pitching their ideas to three potential…
June 19, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Enactus, a business club that’s open to students in any major, has re-launched a Lakeland chapter. Enactus invites students to think like entrepreneurs and use innovation and business principles to improve the world. There are more than 72,000 students at 1,730 campuses in 36 countries involved in Enactus. Lakeland previously had a chapter, which had once been named Students in Free Enterprise, but it went inactive. Previous groups did significant work at Lakeland – the popular Volunteer Income Tax Assistance…
June 19, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
A record crowd of more than 100 educators and students attended the fifth annual Conference on Global Higher Education on June 9, sponsored by Lakeland University Japan. There were 12 panel sessions featuring 33 presentations relating to issues of higher education. The wide range of topics included the use of technology in the classroom, global citizenship and cultural identity, study abroad and challenges to institutions in Japan and abroad. The 45 presenters came from all parts of Japan as well…

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