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Summer Fitness Summer Hours

Posted: May 20, 4:45 p.m.

Saturday-Monday, May 23-25: Closed

Starting on Tuesday, May 26

Monday – Friday

6 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 4-9 p.m.

Saturdays

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sundays – Closed

Weight Room Hours

Monday – Friday 4-7 p.m.

Krista Feinberg Accepts Position at BYU-Idaho

Posted: May 20, 10:50 a.m.

Krista Feinberg, associate professor of history, has resigned to accept a teaching position at Brigham Young University-Idaho.

Feinberg, who earned her bachelor’s degree from BYU, joined Lakeland’s faculty in 2006. She has played several leadership roles at the college, including coordinating the Honors Program, serving as chair of the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, supporting the college's History Club and serving as faculty representative to the Academic Council. She has developed and taught courses in archaeology, Latin American history and the Holocaust, in addition to her work in the Core.

The college will begin a search for her replacement this fall.

Please join the college in thanking Krista for her service and wishing her well in her new position.

Join Us for Blue & Gold Days

Posted: May 19, 4:15 p.m.

All faculty, staff and your family are invited to attend the Lakeland College Blue & Gold Days, formerly known as summer orientation. The Student Success & Engagement team has designed an experience that offers our incoming students the opportunity to learn about campus, share in good food and make lifelong memories! The two dates are Friday, June 12, and Monday, July 20, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Please join in the making of Muskie memories!

IT Team Addition, Promotions

Posted: May 14, 12:10 p.m.

The IT team is pleased to announce that Patrick Kirchner will be joining Lakeland as the new network administrator. Patrick earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and comes to us with almost 20 years of professional experience in the information technology. He also holds a wide range of technical certifications, including the Microsoft Certified Professional Systems Engineer, one of the highest levels of certification within the IT field. Patrick's first day was May 13. Please join us in welcoming him to Lakeland.

Brian Barber has been promoted to assistant network administrator and manager of desktop support services. Brian, who has been with Lakeland College since 2012, has been instrumental in overhauling the helpdesk support services. He is also responsible for implementing solutions to standardize computer imaging and software deployment. Please join us in congratulating Brian.

We are also pleased to announce that Josh Woods has been promoted to system analyst and report writer II. Josh has been a tremendous addition to the information systems team and has played a key role in supporting the college's data driven decisions. He has also been responsible for making changes within the Jenzabar system that have resulted in more efficient and streamlined processes. Please join us in congratulating Josh.  

Lakeland Names Manager of Student Employment

 

Posted: May 14, 12 p.m.

 

Mara Jensen will be joining the Human Resources team as the manager of student employment on May 22. Mara will manage all aspects of on-campus student employment; including the Fall job fair, student and supervisor training, coordination with Financial Aid on federal work study, processing and tracking all hires and performance evaluations, and maintaining all student employment files. In addition, she will be responsible for coordinating a variety of employee development programs and facilitating the Lakelanders Excelling At Professionalism (LEAP) program for faculty, staff, and students.   

 

Mara comes to Lakeland from Boelter Brands where she was a customer service representative. There she managed customer accounts to ensure orders were shipped on time and handled customers inquiries and complaints. Prior to working at Boelter Brands, she worked four years in the advancement office at Ripon College. She has experience collaborating with students, alumni, parents and friends, organizing events and working with Jenzabar.

 

She earned her bachelor’s of arts degree from Ripon, where she majored in psychology and minored in sociology.

 

Please join us in welcoming Mara to the Lakeland community!

Fiscal Year-End Memo from Finance Dept.

Posted: May 8, 1:20 p.m.

Please be aware of the following procedures for Lakeland College’s Fiscal Year-End dated June 30, 2015:

  • Expense reports and invoices with charges incurred on or before 6/30/15 must be submitted with signatures and approvals to Accounts Payable no later than Friday, 7/10/15.  Any such items received by Accounts Payable on or after 7/13/15 may be charged to the new fiscal year.
  • Expense reports and invoices with charges incurred on or after 7/1/15 must be submitted separately to Accounts Payable no later than the fifth business day of the following month.
  • Invoices for services or products received prior to or on 6/30/15 shall be approved immediately upon receipt and forwarded to Accounts Payable.
  • All checks and credit card payments received on or before 6/30/15 shall be deposited and processed as of 6/30/15.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact any of the following:

Sharon Roob (roobsl@lakeland.edu, 920-565-1027 Ext 2221)

Amy Wirtz (wirtzam@lakeland.edu, 920-565-1027 Ext 2222)

Diane Frazier (frazierdr@lakeland.edu, 920-565-1027 Ext 2226)

 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Costco Offer for Lakeland Employees

Posted: May 5, 2015

Employees of Lakeland College are invited to a special shopping Event at the Costco in Grafton.

May 11 – May 17

Weekday Hours 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Saturday Hours 9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday Hours 10 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Shop like a member! 

Pick up a flier at the Lakeland College Human Resources Department or print one from the attachments section of the Crier.

Use the flier as your ticket to savings:

  • Bring it in to see, sample and shop with the one-day pass
  • Come to the event and receive an exclusive offer for new members
  • Join as a new Executive Member and get a $20 Costco Cash Card.
  • Join a new Gold Star Member and get a $10 Costco Cash Card.

For any questions, please contact Anna Lesperance at ext. 2395 or lesperanceal@lakeland.edu .

Join the Lakeland Relay for Life Team

Posted: April 23, 2:40 p.m.

Join Lakeland College and Community Relations Manager, Gina Covelli, in participating in the 2015 Relay For Life!

This year’s event will be held July 17 and 18 at the Sheboygan Falls High School Track.  All members of the Lakeland community are invited to join our team and help raise money as well as awareness for the American Cancer Society. Each team member must be committed to raising at least $100 to be a part of the team. Once the team is created, we will meet to discuss next steps before the event.

The theme of this year’s Relay is Lights, Camera, Cure!” Life on the Purple Carpet!  Lakeland College will have their own Lakeland-themed campsite that incorporates a movie twist, decided by the team members.

All students and faculty are encouraged to join and spread the word to others in the community. Please contact Gina Covelli at covelligm@lakeland.edu or ext. 2232 if you have any questions or to join the team!

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Upcoming Convocations
(All events are in Bradley Building unless noted.) 
 
Convocations for the 2014-15 academic year are completed. We'll list 2015-16 convocations near the end of the summer.
 

Upcoming Home Athletic Contests
 
The next home contests will be this fall. We'll post those when the school years draws closer.
 
You can check the athletic schedules for any team anytime by visiting http://lakeland.edu/athletics

Joshua Kutney, assistant professor of composition, has been invited to present his paper “The New Insiders: Successful Student Writers in an Expanding Academy” at the 2015 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Annual Convention, which will be held in November in Minneapolis. The paper argues that what it means to be a successful student writer has changed. Writers are sometimes successful because they have developed a level of expertise in an academic discipline, but sometimes merely because they appear to be serious and motivated.

 

On May 6, Gina Covelli, Lakeland’s community relations manager, was named one of 11 Next Wave award recipients by Coastal Young Professionals Network for being one of the top young professionals in Sheboygan County. Coastal is part of the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce.

Lakeland College Associate Professor of Art Bill Weidner was accepted into the 20th Annual Alive in the Arts Juried Exhibition with his piece, “Merely Mammals,” acrylic on illustration board, 101.7cm x 76.4cm, 2014. The Opening Reception will be held on Friday, June 5, at the Plymouth Arts Center. To see all of Weidner’s artwork visit billweidner.weebly.com.

Christopher Moore, a ssociate professor of sociology, is quoted in an article entitled “The President’s Speech” by Abigail Lambert in The Weekly Wonk, a digital magazine and podcast from New America “focused on the ideas and policy challenges that will shape our future.”

The article discusses how a person’s vocal pitch influences perceptions of competence and dominance – and how this will likely impact the upcoming presidential debates, especially with Hillary Clinton among the candidates. It’s a peek into current sociological (and political science) research on paraverbal cues and the use of vocal coaching and other methods of controlling messaging in politics.

You can read the article here: http://www.psmag.com/politics-and-law/could-hillary-clintons-voice-cost-her-the-white-house​.

Joshua Kutney, assistant professor of composition, was an invited speaker at the 2015 Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Kutney presented his paper "Rhetoric, Transfer, and the Students We Actually Teach," which argues that instructors apply an unstated hierarchy when they evaluate student writing. Before they consider the rhetoric of a paper, instructors assess its syntax, adherence to assignment guidelines, and content. Kutney’s work is based on instructor interviews and an analysis of over 400 student texts.

 

All Campus meeting Info Posted on the President's Page at left
 
You can now access the materials from the July All-Campus community meeting conducted by President Eck.  You can find it by clicking  the "President's Page" tab in the gray box on the upper left corner of the Crier page. If you haven't logged in to my.lakeland, you'll need to do so in order to see the tab.    
 
 
Strategic Plan
 
We've also posted the strategic plan on the President's Page for your review.  Please read it and direct questions and thoughts to any of our Vice Presidents. 

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