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September 5, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
While Lakeland’s students were away for summer, the college underwent some significant, positive improvements. Following is a brief recap of those upgrades: Bandwidth capacity on campus increased tenfold, and 233 wireless access points were installed across campus for improved coverage. The Suites received new carpeting, paint, bathroom fixtures and furniture. All residence halls were outfitted for HD cable TV. The Esch Library was re-carpeted. The dining hall received a new coat of paint and new chairs and blinds. In addition,…
September 3, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
  Musko is on display at the Milwaukee Public Museum! Yes, our popular 4-inch foam rubber Musko Muskie doll has landed a co-starring role in a display titled “Animal Icons.” In the encased exhibit, Musko stands proudly next to a stuffed Badger, which, of course, represents the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The exhibit will be up until April 2015, said Dawn Scher Thomae, curator of collections at the museum. Read more about it here: http://www.mpm.edu/student-exhibit-animals-re-envisioned. The Milwaukee Public Museum, which opened…
September 2, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Joshua Kutney, Lakeland College assistant professor of composition, recently learned that his paper, “Rhetoric, Transfer, and the Students We Actually Teach,” has been chosen for presentation at the 2015 Conference on College Composition and Communication. The CCCC annually attracts about 3,000 attendees. Past speakers at the conference have included Olympic medal winner and social activist John Carlos, Huffington Post blogger Todd Farley and “The Meaning of Freedom” author Dr. Angela Davis. Kutney’s paper, which is based on a portion of…
August 28, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland College graduate Olena Mykhaylova ’02 was the featured speaker at Thursday’s well-attended Opening Convocation, which annually serves as the official start to the college’s academic year. Olena, who left Lakeland with a triple major (economics, chemistry and math), is an assistant professor of economics in the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond in Virginia. She holds a master of arts and a doctorate in economics from Georgetown University. During her 25-minute talk, Olena urged Lakeland’s students…
August 25, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland's incoming class of freshmen and transfer students spent this past Friday learning firsthand about the college's strong commitment to community service through our annual "Building Bridges" initiative. The students, sporting bright orange T-shirts, were divided into eight groups and bused to various non-profit organizations around the area. Then they went to work. For two hours, the students performed various tasks at the following locations: Camp Anokijig Camp Evelyn The Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County (Sheboygan and Sheboygan Falls)…

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