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May 9, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
We all know graduating can be exciting, terrifying, and everything in between. As the Class of 2019 gets ready to graduate on May 11, what better way to   end the year than with some of the best advice the seniors had to offer. Get your notepads out folks, this is some good stuff…   “Be yourself, be confident, and know that it’s okay to make mistakes.” - Tali Coleman “Don’t let college engulf you. Obviously get your work done…
May 7, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland Associate Professor of Biology Paul Pickhardt will travel to the tundra of Alaska in May and June as an invited scientist of the Smithsonian Institution's Migratory Bird Center. The group will study the Alaska bluethroat (Luscinia svecica), a small ground nesting thrush that breeds in Alaska and the Yukon but overwinters in Asia, which is unusual for migratory birds. Pickhardt will be part of a research team headed by ornithologists and conservation biologists from the Smithsonian, Cornell University and…
May 6, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
Four Lakeland students from the LU Psychology Laboratory – Mai Lor, Kayla Potter, Emilie Schartner and Molly Schwibinger – traveled to the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago in March. Lor and Schartner were first authors and presented separate posters describing their research in the Psychology Laboratory. Lor's poster documented a study on the relationship between creativity and age of active use of a second language, secondary language fluency and sex. Earlier age of acquisition of, and…
May 1, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
Maia Reed (second from right) with her team
Maia Reed (second from right) with her team

Linda Xiong (second from right) with her team
Linda Xiong (second from right) with her team
Lakeland University students continue to shine in their involvement with The Commons, a unique initiative that pairs creative students with companies and entrepreneurs. On April 23 in downtown Milwaukee, two Lakeland students, Linda Xiong and Maia Reed, presented with…
May 1, 2019 In Lakeland University Blog
The graduate level managerial accounting class at Lakeland’s Milwaukee Center made cookies for their class project. You might not think of baking cookies as part of an accounting class, but instructor Dion Borkowicz says that the project is quite useful. The curriculum of the course includes studying direct material, direct labor, allocating overhead, calculating contribution margins, doing a break-even analysis and evaluating potential profit. “The project is a fun way for students to use and apply terms and concepts taught…

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