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March 10, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
For the second straight year, a team from Cedarburg High School was the big winner at Lakeland University’s Forensic Accounting Competition.This was LU’s fifth consecutive Forensic Fraud Competition, which annually welcomes nearly two dozen high schools from around the state to analyze and find solutions for well-publicized financial-based fraud cases.This year’s case study was the Wells Fargo scandal, during which corporate-level employees opened unauthorized accounts for existing clients without their knowledge in order to meet quotas.Cedarburg’s presentation was awarded first…
March 9, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Every day at work, Demonta Hall wears a shiny reminder – right near his heart – of his deep love for Lakeland.“I take such pride in wearing that Lakeland pin on my tie every day,” says Hall, a 2016 graduate. “If I have a tie on, you won’t catch me without that pin on it.“I feel like Lakeland made me, changed me into the person I am today. Without Lakeland, I wouldn’t be in the position I’m in. Lakeland taught…
March 8, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Mitchell Fucile has been a busy young man throughout his Lakeland journey.But if you ask the Muskies wrestler about his jam-packed life schedule, don’t expect him to complain or play the sympathy card. That’s just not his style.“Everyone has those busy times, but I’m a pretty strong person when it comes to getting tasks done,” he says. “When I got to Lakeland, I set my expectations high right away and hit the ground running. I wanted to make a name…
March 6, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Karin Miofsky’s Policing in America students are regularly interacting face-to-face with impressive guests this semester. In addition to learning about potential careers in law enforcement through traditional classroom instruction, these Lakeland University criminal justice students have the opportunity to meet and talk to highly successful people in their field of study. Last month, State Trooper Brian Ashenbrenner, an officer with the Wisconsin State Patrol, visited Lakeland and gave the students an in-depth presentation about the many career opportunities in his…
February 24, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University recently participated in National African-American Read-In Day, celebrating Black History Month by paying homage to great literature produced by black Americans. Lakeland is the only college or university in Wisconsin to participate in this initiative, created by the National Council of Teachers of English. The event, which took place from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the 1862 Lounge, was staffed by Ann Penke, LU director of library services; Corey Roberson, success coach, and other members of the Student Success…

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