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October 21, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Sheboygan North High School’s No. 1 team edged Plymouth’s top squad by just one point to win the 25th annual Michael J. Devaney High School Math Meet Monday night at Lakeland College. Sheboygan North also had the individual winner, as Morgan Ross scored a perfect 40 points in testing. Eight area high schools and 269 outstanding mathematics students competed in the event, then gathered in Lakeland’s dining area for a spirited awards ceremony. In addition to North and Plymouth, schools…
October 14, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland College offers students interested in nursing careers a clear pathway toward automatic entry into highly regarded Columbia College of Nursing. Here’s how this “two-and-two” partnership works: pre-nursing students successfully complete two years of liberal arts core classes on Lakeland’s main campus, then seamlessly transfer to Columbia – located in the Milwaukee suburb of Glendale – as direct admits. There, they complete the final two years of clinically intensive nursing curriculum. For Lakeland students who excel, there are no waiting…
October 10, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Charlie Krebs, Lakeland’s enthusiastic associate professor of theatre and speech, recently shared some of his acting expertise with students at Plymouth High School. Krebs spent a couple of hours at the high school, demonstrating the art of theatrical sword fighting to students who are preparing for their fall play, “Robin Hood: The Courtship of Allan A’Dale.” “It’s really a lot of fun to visit a high school and work with all of these great kids,” said Krebs, who has attended…
October 8, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Jenny Kjin was heartbroken. When you’re in second grade, there’s something particularly devastating about watching your mom sob. Especially when it’s over you. “She was bawling,” Jenny recalls. “They had tested everything – my hearing, my reading, my writing – and when we came in for the results, they said I had severe dyslexia.” Jenny and her mother, Elaine Schenk, were told Jenny might never read at above an elementary school level. Dyslexia is a lifelong learning disorder that can…
October 7, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
As a Lakeland College student, 2014 graduate Tyler Holman exceled in multiple disciplines of art. His amazing work included sculpting, painting with oils and acrylics, drawing with graphite and charcoal, photography, graphic design and much, much more. Tyler’s capstone senior exhibit was a spectacular display of artistic diversity, and his website, atylerholmanproject.com, showcases this vast talent. “I’m always looking for opportunities to explore new experiences,” Tyler says. Indeed, since he graduated in May, Tyler has branched out in many different,…

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