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February 20, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University students who attended Thursday’s Lunch & Learn session received an in-depth tutorial about professional networking giant LinkedIn. Presenting were social media experts Lindsay Harrison-Eirich, founder and owner of Eng@ged Social Networking, and 2016 Lakeland graduate Gaby Cappaert, a social media specialist at Eng@ged. Harrison-Eirich and Cappaert provided the students with helpful tips on how to set up their LinkedIn pages, offered best-practice strategies for how to market themselves on the site and showed them how to best filter…
February 10, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University, in its ongoing effort to promote religious understanding and respect, last week launched its new “LU for REAL” initiative with a presentation titled, “Introducing Orthodox Judaism.”Explaining the essential tenets of Orthodox Judaism in an interactive format were Jessica Kalmar, LU assistant professor of psychology, and her husband, the Rabbi Wesley Kalmar.LU for REAL (Religious Education, Awareness and Literacy) is co-sponsored by Lakeland University and LU’s Mission House Center. Its purpose is to provide educational resources and opportunities for…
February 8, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
There are hundreds of scholarships out there, available to college students. During Tuesday afternoon’s Lunch & Learn, Laura Lange, Lakeland University’s assistant director of financial aid, gave LU students great tips on how to best look for and land these funds. Lange also cautioned against scams, advising students about red flags. Lakeland’s financial aid office has many helpful tools on my.Lakeland to help students negotiate the sometimes murky scholarship waters. After logging on to my.Lakeland, students should click “Trad Undergrad…
February 7, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University was well represented at Monday night’s heavily attended Pathways to Success event at Sheboygan South High School.The event was for Sheboygan Area School District eighth-graders and their parents, and current South High students.Cindy Lindstrom, LU’s assistant professor of computer science, was joined by Lakeland students Alex Kerr and Daniel Koerber, along with two of LU’s popular robots. The robots, under the direction of Koerber and Kerr, bowed, threw a pencil and even “dabbed” (a celebratory gesture made famous…
February 3, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
For decades, proud Lakeland graduates have returned to campus, met current students and naturally become mentors to them. But now, there’s an exciting new formal program, LU ONE, that matches alumni with current students – students who are eager to learn about the real world and soak up advice offered by successful professionals. On Tuesday, LU ONE (Opportunity, Network & Experience) officially debuted with an introductory luncheon, during which many of the 32 graduates met the students they’ve been paired…

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