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March 31, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
Sophomore Mikayla Schnell has a request for the entire Lakeland College community. “I would like everyone to wear blue on Wednesday, April 1, in honor of Trooper Trevor,” said the early childhood education major. Wisconsin State Trooper Trevor Casper, like Schnell a native of Kiel, Wis., was killed in the line of duty last week. Schnell asked professors for permission to address her fellow students, then made the request for the wear-blue tribute. She also posted the request on her…
March 31, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
With summer right around the corner, Lakeland College is offering students who would like to earn money between semesters a great opportunity on Wednesday to meet with prospective employers. Lakeland’s Student Success and Engagement Office will host the inaugural Lakeland College Summer Employment Fair – in the Younger Family Campus Center – from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The following Sheboygan-area employers are expected to attend: The Osthoff, Blue Harbor, Kwik Trip, Levy Restaurants (which will cater for this year’s PGA Championship…
March 27, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
As valedictorian of his high school class in Manitowoc, Wis., Brad Kopetsky was coveted by numerous colleges and universities. But he felt most at home with the caring people, strong community feel and tranquil setting he discovered at Lakeland College. Kopetsky earned the full-tuition J. Garland Schilcutt Scholarship for business students and blossomed academically and socially at Lakeland. After graduating in December 2001 with a triple major in business administration, economics and marketing, Kopetsky conquered law school at the University…
March 11, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
While convicted felon Rita Crundwell was spending one of her more than 7,000 scheduled days in a Minnesota federal prison, her sensational embezzlement case was the center of attention 300-plus miles away at Lakeland College. More than 80 students representing 16 high schools from around the state took part Monday in Lakeland’s exceedingly popular annual event, the Wisconsin High School Forensic Accounting Competition. Monroe, which had been runner-up the two previous years, won, followed by Big Foot, Plymouth and Lake…
March 5, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
About 80 Sheboygan Falls High School seniors spent Wednesday morning at Lakeland College, where they watched a complimentary seminar titled, “How to survive and thrive after high school.” A Lakeland student, a faculty member and two staff members offered 15-minute presentations designed to help the high school students better prepare for life after graduation – regardless of whether they plan to attend a college or university. The presentations were: “Online security best practices” by Lakeland student Danny Wimmer, a computer…

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