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Name Change Discussions During May Term

Posted: May 1, 3:45 p.m.

As you are likely aware, the Name Change Task Force has been meeting to discuss changing Lakeland’s name from college to university and potentially restructuring our academic units. A series of lunch bag sessions have been schedule during May Term to give people an opportunity to talk about these issues. Everybody is welcome to attend. Please see the schedule for these sessions in the attachments section.

Service for Nepal Wednesday Night

Posted: April 28, 4:20 p.m.

Wednesday night at 7:30 in the Campus Center lobby we will spend a few moments reflecting on the suffering occurring in Nepal. Avinash Limbu, a Lakeland student from Nepal, will give us an update on the suffering and relief efforts occurring in his country. There will be a moment of reflection while we listen to their National Anthem and we’ll close with a brief prayer. There will also be information on how people can help.

Baccalaureate Moved to Laun Center

Posted: April 28, 4 p.m.

Saturday’s Baccalaureate Service has been moved to Laun 209, The David and Valerie Black Room. Start time is still 4:30 p.m.

Fitness Center Hours for May Term

Posted: April 28, 4 p.m.

Friday May 1 – Normal Hours

Saturday-Monday, May 2-4 – Closed for Graduation

Tuesday-Friday, May 2-22

Mon.-Fri. 6 a.m. – 8 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., Sun. 2 – 6 p.m.

Weight Room Hours for May Term

Friday May 1 – Normal Hours

Saturday-Monday, May 2-4 – Closed for Graduation

Tuesday-Friday, May 2-22

Mon.-Fri. 1 p.m. – 6 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Sun. Closed

Lakeland Grad Joining Registrar’s Office

Posted: April 27, 4:30 p.m.

Darin Christians, a 2010 Lakeland graduate, will be joining the registrar’s office team on May 6. He will work extensively with the implementation of the advising module. Other duties will include enrollment and degree verifications, deferment processing, academic recalculations and managing the warning process for at-risk students. He will serve as the registrar’s office report writer and will also serve as the lead for National Student Clearinghouse reporting.  

Since 2012, Darin has worked as a programmer analyst for PrimaData Inc., creating new programs and applications and modifying current programs to be more efficient in processing client’s data, as well as creating and maintaining database programs.

In addition to his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Lakeland, Darin has a bachelor’s in business administration from Buena Vista University in Storm Lakeland, Iowa, and a computer applications certificate from the University of Northern Iowa.

Please join us in welcoming Darin to the Lakeland community!

First Sheboygan County Scholars Announced

Posted: April 24, 1 p.m.

The college is pleased to announce the first class of Lakeland’s Sheboygan County Scholars program. This new program is an effort to retain the area’s most promising young people and prepare them to assume future leadership positions within the region.

This month, signing ceremonies are being held at three local schools introducing the first class of scholars. These three accomplished high school seniors are:

·         Zachery Mock from Howards Grove High School

·         Emma Schad from Sheboygan Falls High School

·         Matthew Seider from Sheboygan Christian High School

The Sheboygan County Scholars program will annually award up to four full-tuition scholarships for four years to deserving high school graduates from the county that carry a minimum grade point average of 3.5 or score at least a 27 on the ACT.

Initial funding for the program comes from a significant, multi-year lead gift from the Frank G. and Frieda K. Brotz Family Foundation with addition support from Aldag-Honold, Master’s Gallery Foods and proceeds from many other supporters through the 2014 Movers & Shakers Gala.

Over the course of their four years, students will learn how to lead by becoming peer mentors and program evaluators. They will have a variety of interactions with the college’s senior leaders and be encouraged to aspire to larger leadership roles on and off campus. They will also participate in various Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce programs, including identification of a Chamber member to serve as a mentor.

Learn more about the program online at http://Lakeland.edu/leadership . If you have questions about the program, contact Jason Duff, Lakeland’s K-12 relations manager, at duffjl@lakeland.edu or 565-1021, ext. 2118.

New Employee Paid Time Off Report

Posted: April 24, 4 p.m.

A new “Employee PTO Report” is now available on My.Lakeland, located under Payroll Reports in the employee home section. Click on the report, enter the appropriate date manually (mm/dd/yyyy), then generate the report. A pdf of your paid time off will generate for you to review.

Please check it out! If you have questions/comments/concerns, contact Tracy Moenning ( moenningtl@lakeland.edu ). Thank you!

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!

Finals Countdown Thank You!

Posted: April 23, 11:30 a.m.

Thank you to everyone that helped make Tuesday night’s Finals Countdown a big success. More than 100 students participated. Thank you to faculty and staff that encouraged students to attend.

The success of the event is also due to the support of the following individuals:

Dining Services, Facilities-Housekeeping, exceptional student tutors, Matt Troyer, Brandon Farmer, Charlie Krebs, Cary Knier, April Arvan, Rob Sizemore, Paul White, Eric Blacknall, Jim Bajczyk, Lucretia Crawford, Jodie Liedke, Kari Bitters

The following community businesses contributed door prizes for the evening. Please thank them when you visit their establishments.

Applebee’s –Sheboygan, Buffalo Wild Wings-Sheboygan, Culver’s – Plymouth, Dairy Queen – Sheboygan Falls, Follett Campus Shop, Harry’s Diner, Harry’s Prohibition Bistro, Lakeland Athletics, Marcus Cinemas, McDonald’s – Kiel, Mind & Muscle Mending – Deanne Larson, Olivu 426, Piggly Wiggly-Howard’s Grove, Pizza Ranch-Sheboygan, Seroogy’s Chocolates, Subway-Howard’s Grove, Texas Roadhouse-Sheboygan, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers

The Finals Countdown Committee

Whitney Diedrich

Teresa Grimm

Cary Knier

Trisha Konovalov

Ryan Opahle

Ann Penke

Grace Vos

Travis Richards to Leave Lakeland

Posted: April 17, 11 a.m.

Travis Richards, network administrator and member of the IT team since July of 2007, has resigned from Lakeland College. His last day will be April 30. During his tenure at Lakeland, Travis has been instrumental in upgrading the college’s entire network, including the implementation of a new wireless infrastructure. Through Travis’ hard work and determination, students, faculty, and staff have enjoyed a significant increase in internet connectivity and system reliability.

This position will be posted and a search will begin shortly.

Please join the college in thanking Travis for his service and wish him well in his new role as a network administrator with Sheboygan County.

2015 Student Employment Awards

Posted: April 16, 2 p.m.

Every year, the Student Employment Department, with the help of a committee comprised of staff and faculty, names the Student Employee of the Year based on reliability, quality of work, initiative, professionalism and uniqueness of contribution to the position.

Lakeland College’s 2015 Student Employee of the Year is Lucas Runge, who is a Bradley Building Assistant and was nominated by Charlie Krebs. Congratulations Lucas!

The Student Employment Department would like to recognize and congratulate all students who were nominated for this award:

  • Hollie Blum – Student Success and Engagement Office Assistant nominated by Kay Voss
  • Danielle Livingston – Tutor & Academic Resource Clerical Assistant nominated by Trisha Konovalov, Paul White, & Signe Jorgenson
  • Naoki Murakami – Dining Services Assistant nominated by Mark Wagner
  • Jacob Simonson – Human Resources Assistant nominated by Holly Gahagan

New this year is the Student Employment Supervisor of the Year award. Lakeland College’s 2015 Student Employment Supervisor of the Year is Vicky Milbrath from the Financial Aid Department nominated by Patty Taylor. Vicky also won the 2015 Student Employment Supervisor of the Year award for the state of WI—sponsored by the Midwest Association of Student Employment Administrators. Congratulations Vicky!

Thank you to all who participated in these awards and helped celebrate National Student Employment Week!

Admissions Personnel Changes

Posted: April 7, 4:30 p.m.

Megan Buhrandt will be joining the Lakeland community as a new admissions advisor at the Milwaukee Center. Her first day of employment will be Monday, April 13.  

She will replace Nicole Horvath, former admissions advisor who resigned from her position in February. Megan comes to us from UW-Milwaukee where she currently serves as the out-of-state admissions coordinator. Prior to her current role, Megan served in other admissions roles at UW-Milwaukee, Viterbo University and UW-La Crosse, earning numerous accolades through her progression due to notable accomplishments.  

Megan earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies, with an emphasis in public relations and organizational communication, as well as a master of science degree in education, from UW-La Crosse. She brings to Lakeland significant experience in recruitment, admissions and higher education support services.

On the main campus, resignations were received in March from both Kelly Holm and Rebecca Holm. While neither of these positions will be formally replaced, we are very happy to welcome John Knapp to the Nash Center in a full-time role as an admissions advisor for traditional programming. He had been splitting his time previously — half in recruitment for EWO at the Milwaukee Center and half in recruitment for traditional programming on the main campus. John’s success thus far in traditional recruitment makes this an easy and positive move for Lakeland.

Additionally, Jake Heinemeyer, a graduate assistant and assistant football coach, will be dividing his responsibilities between recruitment for football and recruitment for non-athletes with the Nash admissions team. He will continue his graduate assistantship through the summer and fall terms, continuing to support the recruitment of football players and non-athletes for Lakeland.

Please join the college in welcoming Megan to Lakeland and providing a warm welcome and thank you to John and Jake for their significant contributions to the changing face of our Lakeland admissions team. Without question, we can be proud of the dynamite admissions team currently in place. 

Heather Mollé Resigns

Posted: April 14, 10 a.m.

Heather Mollé, assistant professor of mathematics, has announced that she will resign effective at the end of the academic year to move to Florida with her husband. Heather joined Lakeland’s faculty in 2011 and has taught a range of courses throughout the mathematics curriculum. She has also served as the Math Club advisor since arrival, taking students to conferences and workshops throughout the state, and she has assisted with Lakeland’s math meets for area high schools and middle schools. 

Please join the college in thanking Heather for her service and wishing her well in her future endeavors.

Linda Schmitt Resigns

Posted: April 14, 10 a.m.

Linda Schmitt has resigned as financial analyst to put more time into her family business. Her last day will be April 30. The finance department appreciates her work since joining the college in 2001, and wishes her well in her decision.

Please join the college in thanking Linda for her service to Lakeland and wishing her well in the future.

Reminder: New Payroll Process

Posted: April 9, 11:50 a.m.

As we have transitioned to the semi-monthly payroll there are still some employees and supervisors who are not finalizing and submitting timecards by the required deadlines.

Please keep in mind the following:

1.     If you have a timecard, it must be finalized no later than Monday at noon.

a.     If you have no hours to report as worked or time off taken, you still must finalize a zero hour timecard.

b.    If you have a timecard for a position you are no longer working, please contact Human Resources or Student Employment. 

2.     If you are a supervisor, you must submit your area timecards no later than 3 p.m. the following Tuesday.

a.     If you see timecards for employees who are no longer working for you, please contact Human Resources or Student Employment.

b.    Please keep in mind a finalized timecard with zero hours is informational only and does not need to be submitted; in fact, the system won’t even let you submit it.

c.     The “past due” reminder is more common now, since the system wants to make sure all the finalized timecards are submitted.  Unfortunately, the finalized zero hour timecards are keeping this reminder from going away, at least until I process payroll.  Please do not ignore the “past due” reminder, as it only takes a little extra time to verify that you have done all that’s necessary for each week still available.

3.     During the first month of transition notifications may be sent to encourage compliance.  

If anybody has any questions regarding the timecard process or semi-monthly payroll, please don’t hesitate to contact any of the following:

•           For Payroll questions:

                Tracy Moenning, Accountant/Payroll Administrator

                920-565-1027, ext. 2224

                William A. Krueger, 1st Floor, Office 102

                moenningtl@Lakeland.edu

•           For Benefit/Human Resources questions:

               Shikara Beaudoin, Manager of Human Resources

                920-565-1035, ext. 2392

                William A. Krueger, lower level, office 18

                beaudoinsj@Lakeland.edu

•           For students questions:

                Rose Provencher, Manager of Student Employment

                920-565-1035, ext. 2394

                William A. Krueger, lower level, office 14

                provencherrm@Lakeland.edu

For those of your who have been timely in finalizing and submitting your timecards, thank you!  It is very much appreciated!

We hope to make this transition to semi-monthly payroll as smooth as possible, we need everyone’s help in making it a success.

Sharon Roob, M.B.A.

Controller

roobsl@lakeland.edu

920-565-1027 ext. 2221

Movers & Shakers Gala Returns with a Twist

Posted: April 8, 3:45 p.m.

Please join Lakeland alumni, friends and community members at the most spectacular black-tie social event of the year on Saturday, May 16.

This year, the Movers & Shakers Gala returns with a twist. Rather than wow our guests with spectacular dance moves, this year’s show features nine unique talent acts—everything from shadow dancing to speed art! 

Faculty, staff and students can be a part of the action by attending or volunteering at the event (please note all volunteers will have the opportunity to view the show, as a guest of the college, before and after their scheduled shift). 

This event comes together with the assistance of more than 100 volunteers and the attendance of more than 500 guests. Over the past seven years, the event has raised more than $1.6 million, and this year’s proceeds will directly support student scholarships. You don’t want to miss this! Register online to attend or volunteer at www.moversandshakersgala.org .  

Two Musical Opportunities

Posted: April 6, 4 p.m.

1. The Lakeland College music department is looking for singers and instrumentalists from among the faculty and staff to form the “lab ensemble” for the Advanced Conducting class this fall. Starting in September, the ensemble will gather every Friday, 12:20-1:15 p.m., to play through relatively easy music while a student rehearses and conducts the group. All voice types and instruments are welcome. Daniel David Black will also provide the student conductors with instruction while they are on the podium and the ensemble will perform on the October and December concerts with the students conducting.

2. Faculty and staff looking for another singing opportunity are invited to join Chorale, Lakeland’s new non-auditioned mixed choir. The experience in Chorale will include instruction in basic vocal technique and sight-singing, and the music will be accessible and fun for everyone. Chorale meets on Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:05-5 p.m.

Please email Daniel if you are interested or for more information: blackd@lakeland.edu .

Safe Space Posters Available

Posted: April 2, 3 p.m.

There is an updated Safe Space (judgment-free zone) poster that everyone is welcome and encouraged to put up in their office or on their office door. You can obtain one by emailing KohlsA@Lakeland.edu) to request copies of the poster and or learn more about them.

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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

Nate Lowe, associate professor of writing, has had a micro essay titled “Will This Be Our Road?” accepted for publication at The Chattahoochee Reviewfor its forthcoming Fall/Winter 2015 double issue with a special focus on Migration. Just 650 words in length, the essay is set in the car that Lowe drives one night from his parent’s Illinois farm ten miles to the local hospital with his father having a heart attack beside him.  

Business faculty member Scott Niederjohn published two articles in this month’s edition of the education journal Social Education. Social Education is the flagship journal of the National Council on the Social Studies.  His articles were:

“Too Low? For Too Long? Ghost Story IV” is the fourth installment in a series of imaginary conversations between the chair of the Federal Reserve System and renowned economists. Janet Yellen discusses interest rates and the direction of U.S. monetary policy with John Kenneth Galbraith and Friedrich A. Hayek. Scott co-authored this piece with Mark C. Schug and William C. Wood

“Is Bitcoin the Money of the Future?” Co-authored by Scott, J.R. Clark and Ashley S. Harrison, the article looks at the virtual currency, Bitcoin, which has many attractive features and drawbacks that may prevent it from becoming a global currency.

 
The March/April 2015 issue of Social Education is available in the John Esch Library.  

Nancy Brown-Koeller, Fox Cities Center adjunct faculty, has been selected to present at the 2015 national conference of the American Society on Aging (Chicago, March 23-27). Her workshop highlights one of the ways to support employees when they also have family caregiving responsibilities, e.g. assisting elderly parents. It is titled Supporting Family Caregivers at Work Through a Volunteer Network.

On Feb. 20, Michael Sitte, Lakeland’s senior director of instructional design, completed the requirements for his Ph.D. in leadership for the advancement of learning and service in higher education from Cardinal Stritch University. He successfully defended his doctoral dissertation, “Instructional Design for Adjunct Faculty: A Study of the Relationship between Learning Management System Acceptance and Satisfaction with Online Teaching.” Congratulations to Mike on this terrific accomplishment!

One of the Chippewa Valley Center’s Evening, Weekend & Online adjunct faculty, Heather Rothbauer-Wanish, has been chosen as a breakout speaker for the 2015 National Resume Writers’ Association Conference in Charlotte, N.C. (2/18)

Charlie Krebs wrote a one-act play in 12 hours, called “Heart,” for the 24-hour New Play festival held on Jan. 10 and 11 at the Paradigm Theatre Annex in Sheboygan. When he finished writing it at 7 a.m., he handed it over to a director and actors who had 12 hours to stage it and learn their lines before performing it to an audience.

 

Adjunct faculty member Rod Stearns, an Eau Claire County Sheriff’s Lieutenant, recently received the National SWAT Team Leader of the Year award. You can read more about it here . Congratulations to Rod for this honor!

Christopher Moore, associate professor of sociology, has authored a manuscript entitled "Impression Formation" which will be published in 2015 in Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd Edition.

Denise Presnell-Weidner, a ssociate professor of art, will have three new works in TwoFish Galleries' Holiday exhibition "Adornment." The exhibit is until Dec. 31. The Elkhart Lake gallery is open daily – click here for hours and location: http://www.twofishgallery.net/​. Attached are her three pieces in the exhibit: "Meandering Reflection," "River Reflection with Leaves" and "Water Ripple #2.”

Associate professor of writing Nate Lowe has a creative essay, “Archipelago,” forthcoming in Beecher’s , a literary journal out of the University of Kansas. The essay deals with owls, sound, his grandmother’s pet finches and his son’s birth at home. Issue 5 of Beecher’s will be published in the spring of 2015. (10-21)

Martin Ulrich, associate professor of German and music, co-directed a concert of three combined choirs—Westend Singers of Eberswalde, Germany; the Wisconsin Gospellers; and the Glenview Chancel Choir—at First Congregational Church in Glenview, Ill. He also helped organize the guest appearance of those choirs with the 150-voice choir at Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago for a service on Sept. 28.

 

On Oct. 17, associate professors of biology Greg Smith and Paul Pickhardt co-led a faculty development workshop with their colleague Laura Salem (chair of the Biology Department at Rockhurst University) titled, “Promotion and Tenure” at the 58th annual meeting of the Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) in Portland, OR. Both of Lakeland’s presenters are active in the governance of ACUBE with Greg currently serving as the executive secretary of finance and Paul serving as the organization’s secretary and recorder.

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 .

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.

 

Eric Blacknall, Lakeland’s senior director of student success and engagement, will present a talk entitled "The Impact of Demonstrating A Positive Attitude on College Success" at the eighth annual Black Male Summit, scheduled for April 10-11 at the University of Akron. It was a very competitive selection process – there were two proposals for every potential spot on the schedule. (2/18)

Lakeland Chaplain Rob Sizemore and Bome Kwon, a senior marketing student, recently spoke for an hour at the Sheboygan chapter of People to People. Bome gave information on international travel and food, while Rob spoke on the importance of understanding how and why respect is communicated in Asian culture and how important it is for us to understand it and not violate it. (2/17)

Paul Pickhardt, associate professor of biology, recently presented to more than 55 chemistry students at Plymouth High School. He discussed the impacts of producing most of our electricity from fossil fuels (primarily coal) and how cleaner, sustainable alternatives could change the environmental impacts of electrical production. The students are taught at Plymouth by Jay Grossheusch, a 1983 Lakeland graduate. (2/17)

Four Lakeland faculty members have been facilitators as part of the 10th annual John Michael Kohler Arts Center Community Cinema series.

Don Francis, professor of sociology and nonprofit organization management, will facilitate the discussion on Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. for the documentary, “American Denial.” The film is about the unconscious biases and concepts of equality and justice in race and class in today’s world. The screening, held at the JMK Arts Center, is free and open to the public.

Earlier presenters included:

·         Jodie Liedke, assistant professor of composition, facilitated the discussion for the film “Women in Comedy” in October, which dealt with the advancement of women in the world of comedy.

·         Richard Lemke, assistant professor of criminal justice, served as the facilitator at “Evolution of a Criminal” in October, which told a personal story of a man and his life as a teenage bank robber.

·         Krista Feinberg, associate professor of history, participated in the showing of the documentary, “A Path Appears: From the Creators of Half the Sky,” early this January. The film was an investigation of domestic crimes and adversity faced by women and children around the world.

The Community Cinema is an inspiring, educational series of documentaries that deal with a wide variety of social issues. The films are hand selected by the makers of Independent Lens, an Emmy Award-winning series. After each film has been viewed, community members are encouraged to participate in a facilitated discussion about the issues addressed in the film, in order to find solutions to problems raised. (2/5)

Scott Niederjohn of the business faculty presented at the 2015 State Education Convention for Wisconsin school board members, school district administrator and school business officers. His presentation as entitled “Economics for School Board Members,” a talk about the health of the economy and indicators school leaders can use as part of their decision making. (1/27)

On Jan. 8, Associate Professor of Biology Paul Pickhardt gave an evening presentation to the Sheboygan area chapter of People to People. The presentation was titled “A Brief Tour of the Biological and Cultural Diversity of Belize” and focused on the biodiversity that Lakeland students and faculty have been exposed to while studying in the lowland tropical rainforests of Belize in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014. One of People to People’s primary goals is to foster better understanding between ourselves and people of other nations and cultures, so the presentation also highlighted the Mayan and Creole cultures of southern Belize that Lakeland students have come into contact with during the tropical biology program. The 35-40 attendants were exceptionally knowledgeable about Central American cultures and history, so a great question and answer period followed the presentation. (1-9)

 

On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (RPCV) Paul Pickhardt and the Peace Corps’ regional recruiter out of Chicago, Brett Heimann (also an RPCV), participated in a Peace Corps informational session at Plymouth High School. The evening included a Skype session with a current volunteer named Jordan who is serving in Panama and who is from the Sheboygan area. Students attending the session were able to ask questions about the Peace Corps experiences in the countries of service for Paul (Republic of Kiribati), Brett, (Togo) and Jordan. On a related note: the Peace Corps informational session that was offered at Lakeland College on Nov. 20 has resulted in four applications from current Lakeland students considering serving as volunteers after graduation. Brett was thrilled by the exceptional interest and applicant activity from Lakeland’s students.

On Oct. 18, Lakeland’s Master of Arts in Counseling program, in partnership with the Wisconsin Counseling Association (WCA), held its first intensive workshop, “Trauma and Addictions:  Issues & Interventions” at Lakeland’s Fox Cities Center in Neenah. The two presenters, Dr. Matt Felgus, a board licensed psychiatrist and addictions specialist, and Jeff Ryan, a licensed professional counselor and licensed addictions specialist, received evaluations from participants who responded by requesting both presenters do a follow up workshop in the spring. (10-22)

On Oct 17, Linda Tolman, professor of English, gave a presentation entitled “Romeo and Juliet’s First Meeting: Text and Context.” to Aegis of Issaquah, Issaquah, Wash. (10-21)

Scott Niederjohn, Charlotte and Walter Kohler Associate Professor of Economics and Business, presented an invited lecture at the university of Tennessee-Chattanooga on technology-based tool for teaching high school and college level economics.

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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