News Releases

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…

LSC to Develop Military Bridge Physical Therapist Assistant Program

Currently, America’s military-trained physical therapy personnel do not meet the education requirements to practice as physical therapist assistants in civilian hospitals and clinics in most states. Lake Superior College has received a $48,500 grant from the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities’ HealthForce Minnesota Center of Excellence to develop an online Military Bridge program to allow…

Lake Superior College to Join 360°

Lake Superior College in Duluth has been accepted into the collaborative group 360° Manufacturing and Applied Engineering Center of Excellence. 360° is a partnership between Bemidji State University and nine community and technical colleges throughout Minnesota.  The goal of 360° is to offer technical programs that prepare students for today’s technical world and global economy. …