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August 8, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Brandon Lee had something to prove.“I wanted to redeem myself,” he said. “I did not succeed the first time, so I wanted to prove I could do it.”And he did. At the age of 29, Lee graduated from Lakeland in December, 2015, with a degree in exercise science.He’s currently enrolled in chiropractic school at the National University of Health Sciences in Seminole, Fla., and in fewer than three years, he’ll be a doctor of chiropractic.“I wanted a school with a…
July 19, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Earlier this week, everyone who ate lunch at Lakeland University had access to a large bowl of colorful greens from which to make a fresh salad.The various greens came directly from LU’s brand new garden, which will continue to produce fresh food from now until the first frost in late fall.Currently growing and thriving in the garden are 10 types of tomatoes, four types of peppers, six types of lettuce, onions, cucumbers, zucchini, peas, green beans, rutabaga and various herbs.Joe…
June 27, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland University kicked off its new Great Grads series when it welcomed double graduate Joey O’Brien back to campus for a couple of hours of fellowship at the President’s House.O’Brien, a counselor at Sheboygan North High School who was recently promoted to head football coach at the school, earned both his bachelor’s and his master’s degrees at Lakeland.The Great Grads series is a casual way to celebrate Lakeland grads who are doing great things.O’Brien was welcomed by Lakeland President David…
June 21, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Four Lakeland University students, two LU professors and a Lakeland graduate are busy preparing for an incredible collaborative effort, one that will culminate in Africa nearly two months from now.When completed, this unique student-faculty research and performance project will be responsible for feeding people in the nation of Malawi for years to come through the fascinating technology of aquaponics.The official title of this two-month initiative is, “The Business of Science: Empowering Entrepreneurship through the Design and Installation of a Start-Up…
June 7, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland graduate Donna Wendlandt was a high school sophomore in 1966 when the Sheboygan YMCA hired her as a swim instructor.She never left. Wendlandt, now the Sheboygan County YMCA’s CEO, has been a pillar of leadership for the nonprofit organization for more than five decades.“I enjoy Sheboygan,” she said. “And the YMCA has always been very open to my ideas and leadership style, has welcomed new programming and embraced new ideas. I’ve been very blessed.”Wendlandt’s dedication and accomplishments were recently…

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