Academics

Center for Lifelong Learning Offers New Dantes Test

The Center for Lifelong Learning is now offering another nationally recognized program test, the Dantes Subject Specific Test (DSST). The DSST includes more than 37 test titles in the areas of Social Science, Business, Mathematics, Applied Technology, Humanities, and Physical Science. For more information about the tests, go to: www.getcollegecredit.com The test fee is $70…

Lake Superior College Supports Former RNs and LPNs Return to Workplace

Responding to increased demand for nurses by area medical communities, Lake Superior College’s Continuing Education Department is offering a timely refresher course for former registered and licensed practical nurses who want to return to their profession. People who have left the field or workplace who previously worked at least six months are encouraged to participate…

Free Eco-Health Workshop Offered

Have you ever wondered if global warming will affect you and your health? Do you think about how the decisions you make today will affect your health in the future or the health of your grandchildren? Explore the relationship between ecosystem health and human health, as LSC hosts its second Eco-Health Workshop on Saturday, October…

Tess Dandrea Joins Hermantown Chamber Board

Lake Superior College’s Tess Dandrea (right) has been named to the Hermantown Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Dandrea is an LSC Customized Training Representative, specializing in the health care industry. Originally from Duluth, Dandrea has resided in Hermantown for the past 10 years. In addition to serving on the Hermantown Area Chamber Board…

Italian Language Classes This Fall

New Italian language courses will be taught by Tommaso Foroseti, a native Italian who makes his home in Florence. Foroseti is the Italian Department Coordinator and an instructor for CAPA (Center for Academic Programs Abroad) in Florence. He will teach two non-credit, continuing education evening language courses and a for-credit, beginning Italian language day course.

Lake Superior College Receives Minnesota Job Skills Partnership Grant

Funds will go toward “Lean Health”? training at SMDC Health System A major state grant promises to increase efficiency, enhance quality and improve employee satisfaction at the region’s largest health care system. The Minnesota Job Skills Partnership (MJSP) has awarded nearly $400,000 to Lake Superior College to develop “Lean Health”? training for SMDC Health System.…

Motorcycle Training for Beginners

Want to learn to ride a motorcycle? Lake Superior College offers a Basic Rider Course starting this spring. The fourteen and one-half hour weekend course, held Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday, will be offered every weekend, except holidays, through mid-September. The beginner course is designed for people who have never operated a motorcycle. Bikes are…