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September 18, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Five Lakeland students spent a portion of their summer in Belize, Central America, where they traveled for the bi-annual BIO 421 Tropical Ecology course. The students who took the 15-day excursion were: Lauren Bruggink (Oostburg, Wis., biochemistry), Amber Knutson (Waldo, Wis., biology), Mario Rafe (Bourbonnais, Ill., communication), Grace Schumacher (Plymouth, Wis., biology) and Chacone (Ben) Vue (Sheboygan, Wis., biology). This was the sixth time since 2008 that Associate Professor of Biology Paul Pickhardt has led a May trip to Belize. Jered McGivern, assistant…
September 17, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
KJ Odom is all about things that are old school. The Lakeland University senior finds fascination in the past. And by past, we are talking Mayan ruins and ancient Greece. A history major from Milwaukee, Odom served as an exhibitions and collections intern this past summer at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, the latest experience in a series of hands-on roles preparing him for a future working in history. The internship is continuing this fall. JMKAC presented…
September 13, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Jess Luecke works in paradise. Since June, Luecke, a 2016 Lakeland graduate, has been serving as chief financial officer for the Peace Lodge Hotel in Vara Blanca, Costa Rica, and The Springs Resort & Spa in Arenal, Costa Rica. Peace Lodge is a boutique luxury mountain lodge located on the grounds of La Paz Waterfall Gardens, a local nature park, and is 20 minutes from the Poás Volcano. The Springs, located about two hours away, is a luxury resort perched…
September 7, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
When Rikki Vela arrived at Lakeland as a freshmen, she was set on a career in law enforcement and a retirement job as a mortician. This summer, an internship experience near home introduced her to a career that’s the best of both worlds – the coroner’s office. Vela, a senior criminal justice major from Waukegan, Ill., interned in the Lake County Coroner’s office from early May through early August. She assumed the experience would include lots of paperwork and office-related…
August 29, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
Two local artists will be spotlighted as Lakeland University opens its Bradley Gallery season shortly after Labor Day. The work of photographer Kyane Howland and painter Kay Jelinek will be featured in an exhibit entitled “Mermaid Fascinations,” a show about fascination with nature, humans and the planet. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Sept. 7, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Bradley Fine Arts Building on the Lakeland campus. The exhibit will run through Oct. 5. Attendance at…

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