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Student Designed Robots Battle at Miller Hill Mall

They have names like “The Big Cheese,” “Blade” and “Team Ramrod.” They’re combat robots designed to fight each other in competition, and they’ll be doing battle at the Miller Hill Mall in Duluth on May 4. Lake Superior College is hosting the fourth annual Northeast Robotics “Battle of the Bots” competition on Tuesday, May 4,…

Patrick Johns recommended for presidency of Lake Superior College

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Chancellor James H. McCormick said today he will recommend that the Board of Trustees appoint Patrick Johns as president of Lake Superior College in Duluth. Johns has been president of Anoka-Ramsey Community College in Coon Rapids since 1991. Previously, he served as interim president, executive dean and acting financial aid…

President-elect of Lake Superior College to Greet Campus and Community

The President-elect of Lake Superior College will be named by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees at their April meeting on Wednesday, April 21.  Following the announcement, the new college leader will be introduced to the campus and community at an evening reception.  The event will be held in the Commons on…

Lake Superior College Hosts Professional Pilot Open House

(Duluth, Minn.) — Lake Superior College’s Center for Advanced Aviation will host an open house for its professional pilot program Saturday, April 17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will take place at LSC’s Flight School located near the Duluth International Airport.  Tours, refreshments and demonstrations will be offered. LSC’s professional pilot program…

Three semifinalists named for presidency of Lake Superior College

The names of three semifinalists for president of Lake Superior College in Duluth have been submitted to James H. McCormick, chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. The semifinalists are Patrick Johns, George Karling and Anne Temte. The semifinalists were recommended by a search committee chaired by Donald Supalla, president of Rochester Community…

Lorrie Fox Receives Leadership Award from Chair Academy

Lorrie Fox, Director of Nursing programs at Lake Superior College, is a recipient of the 2010 International Exemplary Leader Award.  Fox received the recognition from the Chair Academy at the 19th Annual International Leadership Conference, which was held in Minneapolis, March 15 – 18. Fox was chosen to receive the honor for her leadership in…

“It’s Crazy” TV Ad Wins Silver Addy Award

The “It’s Crazy!” Lake Superior College television commercial, produced to promote Lake Superior College’s spring semester, won a Silver Addy at the American Advertising Federation – Duluth/Superior Addy Awards.   The campaign was written, produced, designed and co-directed by freelance artist Dave Kirwan and co-directed by Bill Ward of Northland’s NewsCenter Creative Services. “Lake Superior…

LSC Continues Industry Pathways Job Training, Thanks to the Ordean Foundation

Targeted training for low-income, low skill residents of Duluth is now available through Lake Superior College’s Industry Pathways, thanks to a $40,000 Ordean Foundation grant. The funding will provide 16 residents of Duluth with the soft and hard skills training needed to prepare them for livable wage manufacturing jobs In the next ten years, northeastern…